Sara has been involved in the arts since she was ten, then started with painting oleo classes and after that, she studied interior design. There she learned a lot since it is a practical methodology that they use to teach and not only theory, Sara has also been working as a freelancer in residential projects, and last year she did a restoration seminary, there she got so inspired by the history and how can a designer transform a place without losing the history and contribute the design to that place, not only making it look beautiful but also functional, depending on the place need.
What drives you to design?
What drives me to design was de capacity to play with people's needs with space, have the power to transform a place, and being a phycologist of space, bring solutions to the client need.
Describe your ideal project:
My ideal project would be to understand client needs and have a mutual interest in the project between the client and designer to bring that dream space.
Tell us your biggest design secret:
As long as a customer have a need for design and wants to transform space is when creativity explodes to start a project, with a concept and a solution. to start and then think out of the box is what can make a space special.
Hotel Cite, lobby
Hotel Cite restaurant
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Futurist bar restaurant
Menthal care hallway
Bar dining room