News publication in Goiania/ Brazil 2015

Full name: Catarine Rossi Moreira Wright

Age: 27 years

Education: Interior Designer

Born where: Goiania Goias Brasil. Daughter of the engineer Arnaldo Moreira and Maria Amelia Rossi, Manager of Cultural Heritage.

When I moved to New York (still living?): Residing in New York, USA for eight years.
When and how began working with designer? FETE worked in NY. Fete specializes in the creation and design of social events such as weddings and corporative events. I had the role of coordinating and creating design along with Lee Jung propietaria company. Create events in special places such as The New York Public Library, Museum of Natural History, New York Four Seasons Hotel was an unforgettable experience! Work always carried out under the guidance of Jung Lee and two Brazilian residents professionals in NY, Rodrigo Pinto and Marcio Stahlecker, who have become great friends.
I conducted my studies at the university "The New York School of Interior Design", an institution that I consider a space whose unity is represented by creative thinking. Therefore, it is fair to understand their conquest of the rank being classified in Program # 1 in USA.
During my walk I met the curator Larry Weinberg, owner of Modern Antiquarian Weinberg -It was very amazing work in this gallery. Larry taught me to look at each object in a special way and learn that "art is to see what is not said, but what is felt," and shared his knowledge of furniture originated in the 50s.
Two years ago working as Principal Designer in James Rixner Inc. A company specializing in residential, active in the market for 35 years. James Rixner, my immediate boss owns a vast experience. This year just completed the most important space design project of the mansion Holiday House-The Grand Salon. The company's philosophy is to meet customer expectations and deliver quality work.


His designs blend antique pieces with contemporary furnishings. The market likes? It's a trend?
Our designs feature pieces of antique merged with contemporary furnishings, we use different styles and periods, being unique, functional and highly sophisticated, according to the customer profile. Yes people like, so we have the essential conditions for achieving it.
 We can say that is a projective trend, with some need for expression and expansion forces which are inherent in human nature itself and earn substances in order to interact memories, stories with reality and with the proposed environment in each project.

You hold any positions in NY Associations related to Interior Design ?

But from the early years in academia developed volunteer work such as encouraging public discussions for professionals emergentes.Atualmente'm the Vice President of Interior Designer Association in New York, VP Education for the NY International Furniture Association and keep active function the Association of Interior Design ASID. All these participations were only possible because of all my effort and dedication as voluntariano beginning of my career.


The US appreciates the Brazilian professional?
The American values ​​professionals who are serious, loyal and skilled. Although, that their fidelity, the requirement to maintain consistency between working life and actions of humanistic principles, or as victims of their own historical contradictions, sometimes as humanitarian actions provider, Americans have a vision of professional, independent of their origins, as something that preserves yes even at a given time and space.


As was invited to participate as you design the Great Hall of the Holiday House?
Next to James coordinated the whole project. This work gathered itself eminently subjective nature of elements, but that according to the proposal was taken into account creativity and the combination of cultural objects.
 According to this conceptual framework we have created a modern space. The work portrays the culture of Scotland - all fabrics were imported directly from factories escosesas .. The chandelier was imported from Paris. For this piece assembly process was necessary 7 electricians and a full day of work. bO atmosphere and a comfortable and highly functional space.

 

And the invitation to the Ronald McDonald House?

I was asked by the president of my university to participate in this project. The Ronald McDonald House of Long Island in 2014 serves as space for families of children with serious illnesses who are on treatment in hospitals redondeza.- the impact created in children and very positive and demonstrates how design should be used to improve health and promote joyful moments and rest to these families.

How will your project to create a product line that show the richness of Brazil?

This work is in the planning stages, our proposal is to create objects for the home in the raw material's crystal withdrawn on Brazilian soil. That said, we pass to the analysis of commercial viability context. Our backbone is the combination of the natural beauty of the gem to the pure creativity. We plan to launch this line in Brazil and the United States.
The first steps have been taken towards its realization.


Do you represent artists such as Américo Poteiro. Who else? Contact this work.
Associate design work with the representation of Brazilian artists as Américo Poteiro, among other talented as Henrique Brandao and Paulo Govea, who recently got the "Freedom America" ​​work. American artists are also part of this market proposal. The goal is to be an art of connecting with the bridge with interior design projects. This year was the judge is responsible in the selection of the best art of "Architectural Digest Show 2015" - Exhibition display with the latest trends in furniture and art market.

It can integrate the art with interior design projects?

I consider two inseparable worlds. In our view, these two universes are deep and comprehensive. Gradually we went in immediately realizing the fact that art makes us lead to clarity in our creative process, which gives us visualize and accomplish our goals. I consider this art association and design projects a clear, correct and relevant idea must be feasible due to the dynamics of the mind of the designs. It is a situational necessity, ie is a latent need for us associate professional art to the environment.


I want to thank my family for all the support in my professional journey. My parents are my inspiration claw and dedication to work. Despite missing the presence of them in my life and fundamental for me to continue growing as a person and professional.

Publication December 2014 National IFDA Magazine

Publication December 2014 National IFDA Magazine

Emerging professional of the month- @ASID NATIONAL.

Emerging Professional Profile - November

What’s your story?

When I moved to Manhattan in 2008 everything in the city was new to me. I was newly wed and had just been accepted to study at the New York School of Interior Design, which had always been my dream college. At the time I was facing one of the biggest challenges of my life, studying in a new country and yet to make friends. How could I meet and socialize with people who shared the same interests and passion as me? So I started to research about which associations could benefit me and further my professional career. That’s when I discovered and subsequently became a member of ASID. I felt like I had done something right. I found myself going to a lot of incredible events and networking like never before, and I was surprised how welcoming everybody was to new members. I liked the experience so much that I decided to start volunteering for ASID. These volunteering opportunities allowed me to meet many new designers, and I knew I was mCatarine Rossi Moreira-Wright, Allied ASID

 

Weinberg Modern – New York, NY

 

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Twitter: @CatarineWright

 

 

What’s your story?

When I moved to Manhattan in 2008 everything in the city was new to me. I was newly wed and had just been accepted to study at the New York School of Interior Design, which had always been my dream college. At the time I was facing one of the biggest challenges of my life, studying in a new country and yet to make friends. How could I meet and socialize with people who shared the same interests and passion as me? So I started to research about which associations could benefit me and further my professional career. That’s when I discovered and subsequently became a member of ASID. I felt like I had done something right. I found myself going to a lot of incredible events and networking like never before, and I was surprised how welcoming everybody was to new members. I liked the experience so much that I decided to start volunteering for ASID. These volunteering opportunities allowed me to meet many new designers, and I knew I was moving in the right direction.

How has your ASID membership influenced your career?

ASID influenced my career in so many ways. First of all I met people who helped me to believe in myself. There is no question that the networking process was absolutely essential. Everything started to evolve and I started winning competitions and gaining a lot of positive feedback from my blog and website. My blog was created with the intent to express my ideas and talk about events. So far it has received more than 10,000 views. Currently I am working as the curatorial assistant for Larry Weinberg at the Weinberg Modern showroom located at the New York Design Center. Larry's showroom specializes in vintage modern design and, under his guidance, I have learned a lot about design history and connoisseurship.

Who is an interior design idol or mentor of yours?

One of my favorite designers is Mario Buatta, who has been a master of design for the past 50 years. The consistency in his projects and career to date has inspired me tremendously. His artistic sensibility makes every project unique and special. He artfully blends fabrics and patterns creating a space very personal to each client. I believe his reputation is unsurpassed. My mother, too, is a creative, artistic person and always inspires me. She once told me that to modify your destiny you must act in the present. If you change nothing in your everyday life, nothing will change in the future.

 

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