Miguel Vieira Baptista

Designer Lisbon / Portugal

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Miguel Vieira Baptista
Miguel Vieira Baptista, Lisbon 1968 Trained in IADE Lisbon and the Glasgow School of Art, Miguel Vieira Baptista combines since 2000 his main activity as a product designer with a host of projects in exhibition and interior design commissioned by clients like, experimentadesign and the Lisbon Fashion Week. He has also curated since then several design exhibitions like “Dieter Rams Haus” presented at the Centro Cultural de Belém, CCB in 2001. He juggles his design practise with lecturing the course of Industrial Design at ESAD-CR in Caldas da Rainha since 2000, or as a guest professor in 2010 at the écal, Ecole Cantonale d’art de Lausanne in Swisserland. Attention to detail and the juxtaposition between cultured and popular references lend charisma and depth to his designs, that range from limited editions for galleries like Loja da Atalaia, Cristina Guerra, Marz and Appleton Square, to objects released by brands like Asplund, Authentics, Materia and Vista Alegre. MVB’s designs have been exhibited around the world and are featured in the permanent collection of MUDE, Lisbon’s Museum of Design and Fashion.
Miguel Vieira Baptista
Miguel Vieira Baptista
  • Address Rua das Fontainhas 76, 1300 257 Lisbon | Portugal

Miguel Vieira Baptista, Lisbon 1968 Trained in IADE Lisbon and the Glasgow School of Art, Miguel Vieira Baptista combines since 2000 his main activity as a product designer with a host of projects in exhibition and interior design commissioned by clients like, experimentadesign and the Lisbon Fashion Week. He has also curated since then several design exhibitions like “Dieter Rams Haus” presented at the Centro Cultural de Belém, CCB in 2001. He juggles his design practise with lecturing the course of Industrial Design at ESAD-CR in Caldas da Rainha since 2000, or as a guest professor in 2010 at the écal, Ecole Cantonale d’art de Lausanne in Swisserland. Attention to detail and the juxtaposition between cultured and popular references lend charisma and depth to his designs, that range from limited editions for galleries like Loja da Atalaia, Cristina Guerra, Marz and Appleton Square, to objects released by brands like Asplund, Authentics, Materia and Vista Alegre. MVB’s designs have been exhibited around the world and are featured in the permanent collection of MUDE, Lisbon’s Museum of Design and Fashion.