On Marie Antoinette, and all of the interiors. It was so beautiful». «No, I actually did not study. I basically began by working, drawings and designing textiles, because you know, you don’t need to go to school for that. You simply need a sheet of paper
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Tell me: how did you start? Did you study art or design? How did you make the transition from drawings and textiles into making 3-Dimensional pieces, like furniture?
I love your vases, I didn’t realize you were also making ceramics.
There are some houses in your book, did you ever realize any of those? Jumping to your work as a painter, do you think there is some kind of relation to what you were doing back then?
Why did you decide to stop working in design?
Do you often use old-fashioned words?