The northern Italian city of Milan is considered the center of the furniture world. If you want to make it in the industry, you have to exist here. In a series, we present the creators and designers who hold all the strings in their hands. Part three: Patricia Urquiola.
“Spain is my homeland, but I’ve lived in Italy for many years. My studio is in Milan, this is where I once learned from the greats of Italian design, from Achille Castiglioni and Vico Magistretti, as well as from Maddalena De Padova. The furniture world was dominant back then Men, but there were also outstanding women who encouraged me to find my own niche.
What characterizes my design today: I’m not afraid to break the rules and experiment with colors and shapes. You can often see the energy I have in my designs. Nevertheless, they fit the Italian design culture. She has always been braver than those of other nations.
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