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Graciela Macedo Vega was born in Tulancingo in the Mexican State of Hidalgo in September 1991.
She is an interior architect who believes in the importance and beauty of “basics”. She is a fervent admirer of the simplicity present in everyday life. Being born and raised outside the capital city made her sensible to her surroundings. She began to develop an interest for urbanized and cosmopolitan cities, but never forgot her origins and the beautiful landscapes she enjoyed throughout her childhood. As a direct effect, her design is based on contrasts, a place where the urban and natural become synonyms and opposites at the same time. It is within those differences that they each find a form of dialogue.
If she had to be cataloged in one style, it would undoubtedly be “brutalism”, a space in time where each material is faithful to itself. A cosmos where there is no need to feign you are something else. At present time she is co-founder and designer for the Mona Taller brand, a small workshop with immense potential that performs interior and furnishing design projects.
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