Master's in Interior & Living Design
Year of Graduation: 2014
Current role: Project Developer, DIMORESTUDIO
Born in Spain, Pablo Molezún earned his Bachelor’s in Interior Design at the University of CENP in Madrid in 2011. Between his undergrad and master’s degree, he interned in London at an interior design company that serves luxury hospitality clients. He also ran the visual merchandising department of Abercrombie & Fitch’s flagship store in the center of London.
In fall 2013, he enrolled in the Master in Interior and Living Design at Domus Academy, under the mentorship of famed designer Patricia Urquiola. During his studies, he interned at the Matteo Nunziati interior design studio and took second prize in a contest sponsored by NewSchool of Architecture + Design in California, USA.
After graduating, Pablo worked as an interior design associate with FUKSAS and its founder, architect Doriana Fuksas, on residential, hospitality, and art and culture projects in Rome.
Pablo is currently working as Project Developer at DIMORESTUDIO in Milan, an avant-garde, prestigious international studio that crosses the boundaries of art and design, fashion and architecture. Together with an international team of designers, he works on projects from concept to execution, dealing with clients, developers, suppliers, and site surveying.
“I always thought that our field, based in design and creativity, cannot be learned only through books; it needs to be experimented and researched. Domus Academy gave me the professional approach through its workshops, in collaboration with actual manufacturing companies, that I expected from a postgraduate course.”
“Design is everything, it surrounds us; interior design has to be touched, and it needs to be felt.”
“I ended up at Domus Academy let’s say ‘accidentally,’ and honestly I could not be happier.”
Explore new territories in product design, technology, fabrication, and construction in Milan, the world capital of design.
Boost your career by earning your master’s in interior design and working with design companies to transform spaces.
Design concepts for private and public spaces and collaborate on architectural projects that define a better urban future.
Learn how to analyse human needs, cultural and environmental factors to plan the design and fabrication of new products.
Work in international teams on projects that re-invent interior & living domains.
Gain new creative and technical skills through the analysis of the urban landscape.
Learn how to master the design process and methods to lead future-oriented innovation.
Dedicated courses developed together with companies or institutions according to their needs.
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