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Marisa Gallo, interior architecture with elegance and timeless classicism

10/11/2021 · 2 Min Read

In this new blog post, we want to introduce you to a Studio specialized in interior architecture with timeless elegance and classicism, led by Marisa Gallo.

With a Diploma in Interior Design and Architecture from IADE, Marisa Gallo develops her creative talent with a never-ending search for uniqueness and balance. For more than 20 years, she has managed to create a distinctive style. Its aesthetics projects concepts of great elegance and timeless classicism.

Together with an excellent team of designers, the Studio is in charge of developing all kinds of interior design projects. The team is specialized in the creation of residential and commercial spaces. Her work takes place both in Spain and in Latin America.

The studio offers a comprehensive service, from the birth of the first idea to the final delivery of the project. Interiorisimo is a concept where personalized service and attention to detail make the difference.

We invite you to visit her website (clic aquíand her Instagram channel (clic aquí).

Marisa Gallo, interior architecture with elegance and timeless classicism

Marisa Gallo, interior architecture with elegance and timeless classicism

Interview with Marisa Gallo

How would you summarize in a short sentence what interior design is for you?

The art of integrating a space to the tastes and needs of my clients, creating a space so special that neither the client nor her guests would want to leave it.

What can you tell us about the intangible value of design?

The design has the power to move my soul, the different senses and the subconscious of people materializing in moments of enjoyment and happiness.

In today’s world of interior design, what role does furniture design play?

Fundamental. The possibility of making emotions tangible, expressing the client’s personality and adapting it to the spaces and needs of the client and the space where it is to be positioned.

Of your entire career, which project or projects would you highlight as the most relevant in which you have participated?

The first of all, the total renovation of a historic and protected building from the 17th century and the renovation in which I am now involved in the priestly area of a school.

Finally, how do you perceive the present and the future of interior design?

The awareness of well-being, of using sustainable materials, of taking advantage of the spaces makes the interior designer’s work now highly valued.

I think that this awareness is going to become greater and the need to feel good at home or in public spaces as well. I am convinced that Interior Design is going to be more and more important in our society.

Photo credit: MG

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