Prof. Boris Serginov, PhD.

Prof. Boris Serginov, Ph.D. was Chair of the „Design“ Department 2011-2020. He studied at the School of Fine Arts in Sofia and in 1994 graduated the National Academy of Arts with a major in Painting. In 2007 he defended a PhD thesis „Traditional and Modern Means of Visualization in Industrial Design“. In 2009 he defended his habilitation on „Interior design through modern and classical methods“ and became Associate Professor. Since May 2016 he has held the academic position of professor.  

His creative projects are in the field of visualization in design, interior design, computer graphics and coloring, performances, installations, photography, painting, electronic painting, murals, music and poetry. 

He has taught at the Jules Pasquin Free Academy, the School of Applied Arts, Sofia University „St. Kliment Ohridski“, the National Academy of Arts. 

Since 2001 he has been teaching „Modern Design Tools“ and „Urban Design“ in the Department of Design and Architecture at NBU. He has been the director of the master's program „Fashion Design of Clothing“ and of the bachelor's program „Interior Design“ at the Department of Plastic Arts and Architecture of NBU since 2005. 

His works and installations appear in the collections of the Sofia National Art Gallery, the Pernik City Gallery, in the collections of M-Tel, „Dimont“ and the Bulgarian Embassy in the United States, in public and private collections in Finland, Japan , Canada, France, Russia, etc. 

Boris Serginov takes part in a large number of national and general exhibitions and festivals. He has over 20 solo exhibitions, awards and specializations, as well as numerous national and international publications. He is the author of the book „Design“, published by the National Academy of Arts, 2007. In 2015 his  monograph „Design, dialogue and monologue. Facts, methods, forecasts“ came out, published by New Bulgarian University.

Office hours:
Tuesday: 12.30-14.30
Thursday: 12.30-14.30

tel.: +359 2  8110 103
e-mail: bserginov@nbu.bg
Building 1, office: 121