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Hotel At Lake Como Is One Of Those I’M Very Proud Of. I Like To Call It A Hotel Of Architecture. We Imagined Every Detail, From The Architecture To The Foulards Of The Uniforms, From Custom-Made Furniture To The Interior Design Of The Hotel’S Own Riva Boats. It Was A Complete Project.

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What Is Your Opinion About The State Of Design Education Today?

The Design Industry Follows The Society, Which Is In The State Of Constant Evolution. We Need To Offer Solutions To New Needs. It Is A Service Attitude; You Don’T Impose, You Try To Read Contemporaneity, Interpret It And Offer Tools. Design Education Should Follow The Change.

We Recently Had Konstantin Grcic Do Another Collection For Cassina And Worked With Bertjan Pot, Who Has An Interesting Sensibility And The Kind Of Narrative I Like. We Are Working With Jaime Hayon Amongst Others As Well.

What Has Been The Most Exciting Aspect Of Your Journey So Far?

Every Approach Is Part Of A Personal Journey And It’S Along This Journey That You Continuously Encounter Something New. Every Fraction Of The Present Has Got Something To Do With The Future.

You’Ve Been Named The Designer Of The Year, Designer Of The Decade Even! What Do These Accolades Mean To You?

It Means That I’M Doing My Job Well And That People Understand And Appreciate My Way Of Working And Thinking.

Born In Spain, Patricia Urquiola Studied Architecture In Madrid Before Graduating From Milan Politecnico In 1989. Mentored By Some Of The Masters Of Italian Design Such As Achille Castiglioni And Vico Magistretti, Patricia Opened Her Studio In Milan In 2001 Where She Designs For Established Italian And International Bands. Apart From Numerous International Accolades, She Has Also Been Awarded The ‘Medalla De Oro Al Merito En Las Bellas Artes’ And The ‘Order Of Isabella The Catholic’ By King Juan Carlos I Of Spain. Her Designed Pieces Are Displayed In Numerous Museums And Her Fjord Armchair Is Part Of Moma New York’S Permanent Collection.

On: The Most Satisfactory Stage Of The Designing Process

Conceptualising, Visualising And Designing A New Project Around The Client’S Requirement Gives Me The Most Creative Satisfaction As The Guiding Design Principles For All Projects Are Unique And Require Immense Creativity. The Initial Phase Is More Like A Clean Canvas To Work On With The World At My Disposal. Through My Creative Pursuits, I Can Visualise Options Which Combine Both Design And Utility, Bearing In Mind Space Constraints, Latest Trends, Colour Combinations, Design Visualising Is The Most Essential And The Best Human-Centric Approach To Innovation. It Is Not Only Unique But Bridges The Designer’S Toolkit To Integrate The Needs Of The Client.

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