PorttraitTatiana

Before finishing college, Tatiana Cabal-Collino, was already working as an intern in the prestigious and historical firm of Philip Johnson Alan Ritchie Architects in New York City. After obtaining her degree in architecture, in her native country of Colombia, she was working full speed for the firm. She was responsible of international projects such as the Children Museum of Guadalajara, Mexico and the Fay flagship store in Milan, Italy.

After five year in the firm, her heart had evolved towards interior design and she complemented her studies at Parsons School of Design in New York City.

She then joined the New York interior design firm of Eve Robinson Associates, where she brought her architectural background and love for design. There, she was project manager for projects such as the 57th Street apartment, published in Interior Design magazine in February 2008.

Living in Lausanne, Switzerland, from 2008 to 2016,  she designed  interiors  of private homes and offices. In a city where interior design firms practicaly did not exist,  she has brought her experience and multicultural background, adding to the European esthetics a breeze of fresh air.

Now living in Singapore, Tatiana is enriching her esthetics even further and looking for her next design challenge to come.