Teresa Sapey

Madrid, Spain

Teresa Sapey is an Italian architect and interior designer. She studied Architecture at Politecnic University of Turin in 1985, and completed her academic education in París with a BFA degree from the Parsons School of Design and a Master in La Villette. In 1990 she moves to Madrid, where she founded her own architecture studio. Sapey is a teacher of Plastic Investigation at Universidad Camilo José Cela in Madrid and has visited professors at several foreign. She is part of the Hotel Puerta América Project, designing the parking. In this project 18 architects worked together such as Jean Nouvel, Arata Isozaki, Norman Foster and Zaha Hadid.Further small collaboration with the architect Rafael de la Hoz, she founds her own studio “Teresa Sapey Arquitectura” specializing in vanguard design for luxury houses, shops, restaurants, parkings and hotels, along with the industrial design. 

She designs energy spaces for different sectors. Her projects are based on the emotions and feelings; the objective is to produce the results that belong to the same users’ emotions of the space. The scheme from “Teresa Sapey Arquitectura” is supported in humor, color, and harmony with the users and space objective. Her personal style talks about freedom of thinking and expressing. Mixing creativity, efficacy, art and design in the best way, spaces are produced to communicate ideas clearly.