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Alice Hsieh is a Brazilian architectural designer and has worked for more than 13 years in the UK. In the past years, she has dedicated mostly to the design of public schools and mental health hospitals. After working as Project Manager to one of Scandinavia’s leading firms C.F.Møller, she moved on to build a studio where she can work beyond her profession by trade.  So Alice Hsieh Studio was founded.

She aspires to translate the essentialist lifestyle into architecture and interior design. The studio is now her home for active collaboration with the creative community and clients who aim to fit the same purpose in the space they want to create.


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Artist and set designer working with an experimental approach, Anna Privitera has been collaborating with Alice Hsieh Studio since both set up the Brazilian Carnival Bingo to help local artists with an immigration background.


From painting props for Wes Anderson to large sets of west end musical Wicked, Anna is a connoisseur of colour effects in the stage lighting. She has worked for many high profile theatre productions, galleries, music videos, including an Oscar-nominated feature film. She continues to curate and promote artists through a series of exhibitions at Forty7+7coco; an East London gallery of which she is founder and owner.

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Fátima Carvalho is a language specialist, museologist and interior designer. Her agency organises events that are held at various venues in London. Her clients include major financial and media organisations such as the Financial Times, The Economist, Chelsea Football Club, the United Nations, the Lloyd’s insurance market and Aon.


She provides a “home curation” service, helping clients redesign their homes. This builds on her experience as a museum and gallery curator in Brazil and the UK. Fátima is one of the women featured in the book “200 Women: Who Will Change The Way You See The World” (Chronicle Books, 2017) edited by Ruth Hobday.

Her full professional details can be found in LinkedIn.