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Verónica Mar is an artist and designer from Granada, Spain, based in Madrid. She was graduated in Fine Arts from the University of Barcelona in 2005 and in Interior Design from the Eina School in Barcelona in 2004. Since 2007, Verónica Mar has exhibited her artwork in some of some international renown design galleries, such as Rossana Orlandi (Milan), Les Ateliers Courbet (NY and Miami). Veronica is the first Spanish artist to exhibit in these galleries among architects and artists such as Frank Gehry, Marc Newson, Tadao Ando, Jasper Morrison, Ettore Sottsass. She also exhibited at the Mint gallery (London) and at The Wolfsonian Museum in Miami.  Her ’S-Sculpture,’ bench which has been designed in 2011 and the ‘Autumn Leaf,’ swing in 2012 have won several international design awards. Verónica has also realised various designs for brands such as Porcelanosa, Tribú, LAB23, Groël and more. Recently, she has installed a 3-meter wide master piece, the ‘Ginkgo chandelier’ at the Hotel Ana Crown Plaza Kobe in Japan for the international renown strategy company.Since 2014, Verónica has showcased her sculptures at art fairs and galleries in London, Shanghai, Rome, Brussels, Barcelona, Madrid and Marbella and also realized artworks and designs for private collectors. The 'Verónica Mar, jewelry collection' will be exhibit 2019 at the ‘Sculpture to Wear gallery’ in Los Angeles. Verónica Mar’s main focus is to create unique pieces of art and designs and realizations for other brands.


Victor Carrasco  began his professional career after graduating cum laude with a degree in Design Engineering from the Polytechnic University of Valencia, with multiple collaborations with prestigious international companies as creative and strategic director, communication management and product design. The studio has wide experience in international brand building, development and positioning thanks to its interest in the synthesis, balance, differentiation, sustainable growth and pragmatic prediction regarding future trends. 


Founded in 2004 by Luis Vidal, Luis Vidal + Arquitectos is a creative platform that offers responsible, quality designs in addition to seeking original solutions to today's urban and architectural problems. Specialising in airports and hospitals, Luis Vidal + Arquitectos is also involved in urban planning, construction and industrial design projects. It advocates ethical architecture where people are provided with the best quality of life and its designs have a marked social, economic and environmental commitment. In very little time, this studio's steady trajectory has transformed it into a benchmark in innovation and commitment to the search for functional and flexible designs in the international arena. It has designed projects such as Heathrow Airport's new Terminal 2 in London.


The studio Viteri-Lapeña was co-founded by two designers from the architecture and interior design worlds, who offer a comprehensive design service for commercial spaces, hotels and private residences, nationally and internationally. Its team is made up of Aitor Viteri and Elena Lapeña who, between them, have a great deal of experience in overseeing and project-managing architecture, interior design and furniture design. They are both interior design graduates and each of their projects is unique and inimitable. ‘Every client, every project provides a challenge that allows our studio to keep growing,’ they say.


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