Alessandra Taravacci

Interior designer Brussels / Belgium

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Alessandra Taravacci
Over the years my professional experience as Interior Designer has been enriched with new skills. I worked for restructuring and restyling many houses of important personalities in the cultural, industrial and institutional life, in Italy and in Bruxelles where I currently live since 2013. I collaborated on the designing for international exhibitions organized by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affaires. I designed objects of Art Design too.
My experience starts on 1999, after having earned the degree at the Pantheon Institute of Design & Technology in Rome - Italy. Until 2005 I worked for an important architectural firm in Rome. My role was designer of residential buildings. I also contributed to designing the outfit for the following exhibitions: “L’Arte ritrovata” (Rome, Complesso del Vittoriano – March 2003), “Memoria del futuro” (Naples, Maschio Angioino – February 2004), “Da Giotto a Malevic la reciproca meraviglia” (Rome, Scuderie del Quirinale – October 2004).
Since 2006 I am working as a freelance (Interior Designer) and I take care of the complete design of the interior of residential buildings and furnished gardens.
As designer, I made my début in 2010, making objects of which the specialist press has largely written about. I have collaborated with the Artist Photographer Pino Settanni, designing a new art-design piece of furniture: the “dì-Vano di eVa”, which had its national preview during “veDrò 2011” exhibition. Currently I am developing a 100% ecological furniture design.
In collaboration with architect and designer Giovanni Di Vito, the technical manager of Vitruvio Design brand, I am developing “Kanal N. 5”, a project which aims is to open a window in Brussels on the self produced Italian design.
My strong point is that I consider each project like a dress that has to be "sewn on” the body of the customer, taking into account his needs, taste, and psychological profile, so that the “dress” is perfectly suited for him.
About my works the Artist Photographer Pino Settanni wrote: “Her projects are inspired by principles that combine poetry and pragmatism, summarizing the aesthetic research and the necessary functionality within the object itself”.
Alessandra Taravacci
Alessandra Taravacci

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Over the years my professional experience as Interior Designer has been enriched with new skills. I worked for restructuring and restyling many houses of important personalities in the cultural, industrial and institutional life, in Italy and in Bruxelles where I currently live since 2013. I collaborated on the designing for international exhibitions organized by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affaires. I designed objects of Art Design too. My experience starts on 1999, after having earned the degree at the Pantheon Institute of Design & Technology in Rome - Italy. Until 2005 I worked for an important architectural firm in Rome. My role was designer of residential buildings. I also contributed to designing the outfit for the following exhibitions: “L’Arte ritrovata” (Rome, Complesso del Vittoriano – March 2003), “Memoria del futuro” (Naples, Maschio Angioino – February 2004), “Da Giotto a Malevic la reciproca meraviglia” (Rome, Scuderie del Quirinale – October 2004). Since 2006 I am working as a freelance (Interior Designer) and I take care of the complete design of the interior of residential buildings and furnished gardens. As designer, I made my début in 2010, making objects of which the specialist press has largely written about. I have collaborated with the Artist Photographer Pino Settanni, designing a new art-design piece of furniture: the “dì-Vano di eVa”, which had its national preview during “veDrò 2011” exhibition. Currently I am developing a 100% ecological furniture design. In collaboration with architect and designer Giovanni Di Vito, the technical manager of Vitruvio Design brand, I am developing “Kanal N. 5”, a project which aims is to open a window in Brussels on the self produced Italian design. My strong point is that I consider each project like a dress that has to be "sewn on” the body of the customer, taking into account his needs, taste, and psychological profile, so that the “dress” is perfectly suited for him. About my works the Artist Photographer Pino Settanni wrote: “Her projects are inspired by principles that combine poetry and pragmatism, summarizing the aesthetic research and the necessary functionality within the object itself”.