Rachel Chudley: Art Is Always At The Center Of My Work.
Rachel Chudley is one of the rising stars of design.
After having completed the studies, she worked both in England and USA for important companies and during that time she also curated exhibitions for the most important contemporary and modern artists.
This experience helped Rachel Chudley to define better her profile as a designer.
Today she owns a design studio in London, where both designers and artists work together.
Her connection with art is really strong because she strongly believes that our quality of life is improved with art.
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In her projects she puts together different implementation of color and texture and a unique mix of art, colors and materials: at the end her projects look like real paintings!
Rachel Chudley is able to find a balance between design and art and she loves to mix them to create beautiful settings -especially with wallpapers- for her projects.
She is inspired by pure art and painters, as she declared herself: “Art is always at the center of my work. I always look the colors and compositions of art to find inspiration for my designs. I often use color, the form of rugs or other various objects to capture the attention of the viewer.”
Thanks to social networks like Pinterest, now people have an easier and faster access to design and this has contributed to boost the Taylor made projects because through online channels people can experiment the beauty of real design.
The way Rachel Chudley approaches to the projects is quite personal: she asks lot of questions to her clients and she does research about the building she will work on.
Then she thinks about how she can showcase and organize all of the elements of the project.
That’s an organic process, that’s why her projects are eclectic and don’t really reflect one single style.
She loves to connect with her clients and to see their happiness when their projects become reality!
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Source : www.diningandlivingroom.com