My appreciation of design comes from childhood when I tended to innovate and build pieces of art with common objects in addition to building small wooden houses. Since I was a child, I knew I wanted to be a designer and I started taking art courses.
Later, I studied industrial design where I built a great variety of lamps and furniture, which has allowed me to conceive the design of interior spaces from a purely practical and functional approach.
Now I enjoy studying interior design because I’m able to put creativity and function in syntony. The aspects that I most appreciate for interior design are creating aesthetic experiences, configuring spaces, playing with materiality and integrating trends to create an idea.