Beatrice was born in Alicante (Spain) in 1975 and graduated in Industrial designing in Valencia, Spain. Since then, she has taken part in countless contests obtaining several awards and distinctions.
She also studied shoe modelling at the Technological Educational Centre successively designing for major. However, she is truly passionate about housing and the study of its habitat as the essential quality. She, therefore, insists on uncovering ways to fulfil the architecture of interior designs.
In 2000 she moved to Italy where she continued designing furnishing elements, combining the Spanish tradition with a taste for a refined and harmonious design, but also linear and geometric. Clean. Very Italian. A romantic and at the same time modern and rational profile.
Today she collaborates with well-known personalities and friends of the design world, with various companies, following the artistic direction of the product on occasions.
For Beatriz, Design is an expression, a visual communication, an aesthetic language aimed at creating spaces in which the protagonist is the man.
Emotion is its ultimate goal and it does so often creating objects that are apparently different, but linked by the essence and standardized by a careful and functional technology. Beatriz addresses its creations to a heterogeneous public, always maintaining a design austerity. A clear and simple design. Finally it is her romantic character that gives life to her production.
"Functionality and ergonomics are essential in all my projects. Its union will always allow an object to get public appreciation over time" she says.
"Only when Soul arrives does it work ... I consider design to be an Art". Art is the soul of the object with a strong personality. An object is Amato, cared for in every detail "
... this makes Beatriz a careful connoisseur of taste. The design of the seventies appreciates frivolity and nonconformity, but it is to the modern man that she addresses herself with her sobriety, her needs and her contradictions. Create a nice relationship between man and what ...
For Beatriz Sempere... diseñar es vivir!