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One Of The Hottest Weeks in the Design Calendar: Salone del Mobile, Milan

This time I will make it extremely short and very sweet. Interior design is such an extraordinary discipline where so many fields work together to create something unique, individual,   innovative, telling, inspiring and extremely personal. It is possible thanks to the participation of many creative minds in the areas of […]

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Art In Interiors: Work by Marc Vaux

Artist: Marc Vaux Title: NE.1.DL1.10 Year: 2010 Dimension: 120 x 240 cm Technique: Mix: Anodized aluminium, cellulose and acrylic on MDF Price: TBC About the Artist British artist born in 1932, Swindon. Marc Vaux studied at Slade School of Art, 1957-1960. His participation in the exhibition “Situation” in 1960  confirms […]

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An Urban Kitchen: Technical-Sign Off Phase, Third Part

On my previous post about this urban kitchen I explained how the client approved the design at what I called “the concept phase” and the work involved in the process. Once this step was achieved we moved towards the cost aspect of the project which was divided in two parts: […]

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Art in Interiors: Work by Pier Paolo Calzolari

Artist: Pier Paolo Calzolari Title: Untitled Year: 1969 Dimension: 99 x 75 x 13.5 cm and tray 1.6×26 x 16 cm Technique: Assemblage: Lead and Candle Price: TBC About the Artist Pier Paolo Calzolari was one of the leading artists in the creation of what was called “Arte Povera” a […]

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Chairs: From Scandinavian to Italian

In the world of contemporary interiors a lot is going on from bringing to life the creations of old, old times up to the design of pieces that seem to challenge the mere concept of present bringing what seems to be the future to today’s realm and everything in between. […]


Jane Pettigrew
When I decided to refurbish my bathroom I discussed ideas with Diego. He knew that I love Art Deco designs and understood my desire to create a bathroom that maximized the limited space, had an Art Deco style, and enjoyed a real sense of glamour and luxury. His perception and ...

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Juan Olivares
After a detailed brief, in depth discussions about my ambitions for this property, Diego provided 3 alternative layouts for the conversion from an office unit to a residential 2 bedroom flat.  He then proposed full list of color schemes and materials.  We visited various showrooms to look at tiles, kitchens ...

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Darren Cock
When we decided to extend and refurbish our house Diego was the natural choice.  Having worked with him on several office projects we knew he could be trusted to deliver on our brief through his design and project management skills.The brief has evolved from our original idea and with Diego's ...

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Mounir Ait-khaled
Diego was really amazing, he put a lot of effort in finding alternatives furniture or item when they were not to my liking, he is a very good listener and is very professional by summarizing all conversations in an e-mail to avoid any misunderstanding.Diego used 3 contractors (builder for walls ...

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Juan Olivares. Apple & Eve
"When people choose to lead with integrity they position themselves at the top of their industry,"I met Diego Correa through an inner circle and the first thing that caught my attention about him, was his transparency, his integrity and of course his portfolio and 15+ years of professional expertise in ...

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