In 2014, alongside her graphic design business, she created a
design-decor project aiming to combine minimalistic style with themes inspired by the Cyclades islands: the wise local architecture and a culture that has been shaped in conversation with the surrounding nature.
While it started as a side-job experiment, the project has now become a full operating business and involves collaborating with architects & decorators all over the world. If she had to name her style, that would be Scandinavian-Greek: a combination of clean forms and practical beauty.
“The creative process for me begins while strolling around the island's most peculiar places, in order to discover architectural shapes and natural elements that can be later redesigned in minimal shapes and create my art pieces in Athens (originals or fine art digital prints).
I create art because it is my way of escaping reality, a way of breathing in everyday city life.”