Rosalia Sestito is an enthusiastic young designer with a strong design background including a degree in Art History from the University of Toronto and Interior Design from Humber College of the Institute of Technology & Design. Within a few years, Rosalia worked as a design assistant for a television show on HGTV called Divine Design hosted by the most famous Canadian interior designer Candice Olson. With over 126 projects many have also been featured in Home Magazine, Style at Home, Elle and The Globe and Mail Giornale.
Rosalia Sestito Interior Design has an international approach, whose goal is to create environments that respect the style and needs of customers.
Its philosophy is to introduce new and innovative products that improve the quality and comfort within the space, providing a unique look for each project.
Rosalia Sestito is a young and enthusiastic designer with a strong design background including a degree in Art History from The University of Toronto and Interior Design from Humber College Institute of Technology & Design. In just a few years Rosalia has worked as a design assistant for a top rated design show on HGTV US and Women's Network, called Divine Design hosted by Toronto's most recognizable interior designer Candice Olson. With over a 126 projects many were also featured in Home Magazine, Style at Home, Elle and The Globe and Mail Newspaper.
Rosalia Sestito Interior Design is a multidisciplinary design group with a fresh and international approach to design.
Our goal is to create interiors that meet our clients personal style and needs, that reflect timeless elegance while introducing new and innovative product that will enhance the overall quality and comfort within the space while providing a unique look tailored to each project
Marcella Pane, graduated from the University of Naples Federico II in the course of "Furniture, interior architecture and design",
after his studies he never stopped cultivating an interest in design and furniture.
Trained under the teaching of some great "masters", including Filippo Alison, she works and collaborates on interior projects with passion and
character, in the name of essentiality and elegance.
Marcella Pane is a young architect graduated in Naples at the University Federico II, in the degree course "Furniture, interior and design".
After graduated, she never stopped to grow the interest in design and furnishing.
Formed by the teaching of great masters, including Filippo Alison, she works on interior design projects with passion and feature,
in the name of simplicity and always trying to reach the goal of essentiality and elegance.
The architect expresses a thought that is always in motion. I travel a lot and wherever I am, I capture the world, record sensations and then listen to them again.
Architecture is a dialogue between place, form, function, light, materials and nature.
It is a question of balance.
It is synergy with clients. It is listening to their needs, giving shape to their dreams.
My aim is to create a functional and emotional architecture, contributing to the well-being of people and those who will have to experience the space-project ... this is to create beautiful architecture.
I follow the creative process, alone, in the places and occasions that suggest an idea, working by subtraction, simplifying to get to the essential, to contemplative, neutral spaces, through clean lines and simple volumes ...
The architect expresses a thought always moving. I travel a lot and wherever I am, I capture the world, register sensations and then listen again.
The architecture is dialogue between place, form, function, light, materials and nature.
is a question of balance.
It's synergy with clients. It's listen to their needs, give shape to their dreams.
My aim is to make a functional architecture and emotional contributing to the welfare of the people and of those who will live space-project ... this is making a lovely architecture.
I follow the creative process, alone, in places and occasions that I suggest an idea, working by subtraction, making it easy to get to the essentials, a contemplative space, neutral, through clean lines and simple volumes ...