Valentina Raffaelli

Architect Italy / Italy

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Valentina Raffaelli
About Hello! My name is Valentina, I'm Italian and since two years I'm living and working in Amsterdam. I studied architecture in Venice and after the graduation I did a master in Interior Design at Politecnico of Milan. This specialization gave me the possibility to reduce the scale of my projects and to focus my attention in a human point of view. Within all of the developed projects I paid major attention to the emotional feature of the sites, situations or territories involved. I always tried to achieve projects in which the relationship between the space and the people who live or use it, is more important than the esthetic value of the space itself. A bar, a room, a museum, a square become alive only due to their power to generate emotions, to trigger an emotional involvement in those who frequent them. I think the designer must be able to give these spaces a soul; he is the one who drives future visitors along a route that is physical as well as emotional. I am extremely curious and in my project I always try to translate the inspiration that I take looking around, in communicative design intervention.
Valentina Raffaelli
Valentina Raffaelli
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About Hello! My name is Valentina, I'm Italian and since two years I'm living and working in Amsterdam. I studied architecture in Venice and after the graduation I did a master in Interior Design at Politecnico of Milan. This specialization gave me the possibility to reduce the scale of my projects and to focus my attention in a human point of view. Within all of the developed projects I paid major attention to the emotional feature of the sites, situations or territories involved. I always tried to achieve projects in which the relationship between the space and the people who live or use it, is more important than the esthetic value of the space itself. A bar, a room, a museum, a square become alive only due to their power to generate emotions, to trigger an emotional involvement in those who frequent them. I think the designer must be able to give these spaces a soul; he is the one who drives future visitors along a route that is physical as well as emotional. I am extremely curious and in my project I always try to translate the inspiration that I take looking around, in communicative design intervention.