Thanks to NOWNESS’s In Residence series, we’re able to peek inside the Milan apartment of Patricia Urquiola. She talks about her experience opening a studio as a woman, maintaining a balance between work and family life, and creating a live/work space that works for her. Watch:
NOWNESS In Residence: Patricia Urquiola [VIDEO]
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