Rome-based architect and designer, Maria Caterina Chiuchiarelli, creates a panoply of specialty items from recycled materials and industrial waste. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Interior Design, and a Master’s degree in Architecture from Sapienza University of Rome. In addition, she works as an architect for the building company C.M. Construction and as freelance designer.

Her work has been displayed in a variety of settings, including:   

La Conserva della Neve, Villa Borghese, Rome.

Festival del Verde e del Paesaggio, Auditorium Parco della Musica, Roma.

Floracult at Villa Fendi, Roma. Caffè degli Orti Associazione Culturale, Ponte Milvio, Rome. 

La Villa 1908, Restaurant and Lounge bar, Rome. 

Radisson Blue Hotel Termini in occasione di Mercato Monti, Rome. 

RE(f)USE di Ilaria Venturini Fendi, Via di Fontanella Borghese, Rome. 

Sushigawa, Japanese restaurant, via del Porto Fluviale, Rome.

BcomeBio. Via M. Fanti, Rome.

 

She has been leading the exhibit design event at:

Sushigawa, Japanese restaurant, via del Porto Fluviale, Rome.

BcomeBio Restaurant. Via M. Fanti, Rome.

Il Vero Alfredo pasta, Piazza Augusto Imperatore, Roma.

Castelli luxury perfumes store, Via dei Condotti, Piazza di Spagna, Roma.

 

During the past three years she has been working as a designer for luxury furniture, lighting and carpet lines mostly in New York. 

Part of this work has been leading by famous firm as Sara Story design. 

Once back in Rome, in 2017 she attended the international exposé of urban art at Venezuelan artist gallery “Za  Art studio”.

She’s now working on a big project she’d like to show at the New York Design week 2019 as well. 

 

Maria Caterina Chiuchiarelli extraordinary abilities match perfectly the American tastes with her spontaneous style mixed with an impressive knowledge of architecture, furniture and design Italian history. She’s very required from the American firms and market for her great skill of free hand sketching perspective and renderings, giving to the clients the chance to visualize  spaces and art pieces even without a professional eye.