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Daniela Busarello
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Daniela Busarello is a multidisciplinary designer, architect, landscape designer, designer, painter and scenographer. “Brazilian by birth, Parisian by adoption, Italian by intermittence ”thus presents himself Daniela Busarello. This young brunette woman, as thin as seaweed, offers intense and subtle creations. We discover to explore his work the influence of his own cosmopolitan environment and a cocktail of elements where the passion, the light, the nature, the vitality of Brazil and the reflection, the quality of execution, the refinement that she has integrated into docking at the shores of Europe. In the different spheres where his creativity is exercised, the motifs return introspection and freedom. Abundance, joie de vivre, generosity permeate a multi-faceted journey. Architect by training, landscaper, teacher and painter, she is inspired by urban environments protean and modernist architecture for its houses with rigorous, with limpid volumes, one of which, in steel and glass, received the Prize National Architecture of Brazil in 2007. With her works she develops “her own language,” Cosmography “, a language where the infinitely large and the infinitely small collide and respond to each other with an outrageously feminine sensuality (…) where the human, his cells and “The intuitive aesthetics of nature” dialogue to question “the representation-investigation of intimate memory”. In 2019, Daniela was awarded the first edition of FD100 by the VIA (Association for the Promotion of Innovation in Furnishings), an initiative supported by Philippe Starck. Unveiled at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris, the French Design 100 is a list of the 100 designers of objects and spaces whose creation makes France shine internationally. Personal exhibitions (selection): OΔK Gallery Toulouse, France (2018, 2019, 2020) PAD Paris & London, Galerie Mouvements Modernes, Paris (2019, 2020), Maison Gérard, New York (2019, 2020) May Gallery, Paris (2018) Shock, London (2018) Collectible, Brussels (OΔK Gallery 2018, 2019)

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