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Episode 145: Sandrina Rubelli

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Sandrina Rubelli; After completing a degree in Political Sciences at the University of Pisa, in her Tuscany,

a Master in European Union Law at the Sorbonne, Paris, and a Master in American Law

in Boston – all with a focus on Intellectual Property Law and Design, Sandrina Rubelli

moved on to the New York School of Interior Design, where she completed her Interior

Design studies, hence defining her overall educational background as “coming full

circle in the Decorative Arts realm”: she now designs what she once learned how to

protect.

Whilst Sandrina’s professional exposure to design dates back to her involvement with

the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice, Italy (specifically, within the Peggy

Guggenheim Collection’s museum installations and exhibitions such as Carlo Cardazzo.

Una Nuova Visione dell’Arte/Carlo Cardazzo. A New Vision for Art, and L’Etá di

Michelangelo. Capolavori dell’Albertina/The Age of Michelangelo. Masterworks from the

Albertina Museum), which triggered her drive to pursue an Interior Design career, her

ten-year exposure and collaboration with her family’s century-old business in the art of

textiles and interior design must not go unmentioned. This, amongst other endeavors,

specifically entailed her involvement with the film industry: in the costumes and scenes

for Chris Columbus’ Harry Potter, Shekha Kapur’s Elizabeth: The Golden Age, Michael

Radford’s The Merchant of Venice, Lasse Hallström’s Casanova, Sofia Coppola’s Marie

Antoinette (Milena Canonero: Academy Award Winner for Best Costumes), and Neil

Jordan’s television series The Borgias (with costumes by Academy Award Winner

Gabriella Pescucci).

This exposure, in turn, led to her current independent commitment to the world of

interior design, with a specific focus on residential interiors, through her present-day

projects, which she pursues dividing her time between her home, in Europe, and

internationally.

 

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