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The Flower Shop


Chele Esteve Sendra

Revered in the creative sector, Chele wears multiple hats as a PhD professor at Universitat Politècnica de València, an esteemed art curator, and a visionary in industrial design. Formerly the Academic Director of the Master's Degree in Industrial Design, her work spans from insightful publications like Scenarios for Design and Craft to curating exhibitions that redefine artistic boundaries, such as Amuebladas: Design x Women and Arte en Barricas.


A collaborator with AVCA (Valencian Association of Art Critics), Experimenta Magazine, Duplex, and Disseny CV, Chele is dedicated to advancing art's impact. She also brings her passion to the classroom, inspiring her university students with her expertise and dedication to their growth. With a deep commitment to inclusivity and innovation, she leads as chairwoman of Digital Gap and Functional Diversity in Spain. Engaged with UPV's 'Art and Environment' research group, Chele drives art forward, shaping the dialogue in design evolution.

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Alice Hsieh

Alice Hsieh is an architect and artist from Brazil currently based in the United Kingdom. She has previously worked for C.F. Møller, a leading Scandinavian architectural practice established by the modernist Christian Frederik Møller. During her tenure, she managed a team that developed an innovative complex of mental health hospitals for the UK's public health system, which included the design of Forensic Psychiatric Hospital, Eating Disorders, OCD, Adult Deaf, Older Age, and Children inpatient facilities. 

Alice's work has been lauded for its profound exploration of culture and history, with a touch of surrealism. Her play script Pequeno Hamlet won the BRASILIANCE PROJECT and was produced in a London theatre, while her photograph Sombra earned her a place in the prestigious 'PHILIPS AWARD FOR YOUNG TALENTS' exhibition at MASP – São Paulo Museum of Art in Brazil. THE FLOWER SHOP is a spin-off from her show Cut Flowers, which was recently exhibited in her borough.

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