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Bēhance

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Mexican architect licensed by the School of Design and Architecture at ITESM Campus Querétaro México and winner of the XXII National Prize of Architectural design "Ing. Alberto J. Pani", awarded by the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). She has studied Architecture at Politécnico di Torino (Italy), Art His… Read More
Mexican architect licensed by the School of Design and Architecture at ITESM Campus Querétaro México and winner of the XXII National Prize of Architectural design "Ing. Alberto J. Pani", awarded by the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). She has studied Architecture at Politécnico di Torino (Italy), Art History at University of Nice Valbonne (France), and Experimental Jewelry at St. Martins College of Art and Design in London (UK). Her professional career has been characterized by the exploration of different disciplines and scales.

Her experience in architecture includes a wide-range approach in the development, construction, and interior design of singular buildings, like the Santander Call Center in Querétaro, México as a member of Estudio Lamela.

From this experience she started her own jewellery brand "BURDO", succeeding to adapt materials that are traditionally associated within large scales and translating them into smaller contexts. BURDO deals with the re-interpretation and transformation of urban raw materials into appealing delicate pieces that maintain their coarse essence.

Soon after she co-founded MALVA, an alternative studio devoted to interior, furniture, and architecture design. MALVA seeks to generate small-scale, authentic, colorful and eclectic spaces by highlighting the beauty of apparent materials while emphasizing the influence and integration of an immediate context.

She uses her drawing skills as a graphic record of personal ideas and everyday events that surround her. The stories told from within these paper sheets are the starting point of her personal and professional design processes.

She is interested in continuing her creative training and seeks to actively participate in interdisciplinary projects that involve experimenting and creating versatile concepts that integrate fields such as architecture, furniture, jewelry and drawing, under a unified design style and practice. Read Less
Member Since: Aug 1, 2012