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Cartagena Faculty of Business is located in the historic port of Cartagena. The building is a former prison rehabilitated by architect José Manuel Chacon. On the top floor is the luminous conference room with wooden roof and STUA Egoa chairs upholstered in different shades of blue, like the sea you can see through the windows. (Furniture Val Office)STUA Design Blog

Cartagena Faculty of Business is located in the historic port of Cartagena. The building is a former prison rehabilitated by architect José Manuel Chacon. On the top floor is the luminous conference room with wooden roof and STUA Egoa chairs upholstered in different shades of blue, like the sea you can see through the windows. (Furniture Val Office)
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STUA's timeless designs fit together, this Deneb table has been designed by Jesus Gasca 25years ago. It is a perfect match with Gas task chair and Atlas drawers. The space is Cosin Studio in Valencia.STUA Design Blog

STUA's timeless designs fit together, this Deneb table has been designed by Jesus Gasca 25years ago. It is a perfect match with Gas task chair and Atlas drawers. The space is Cosin Studio in Valencia.
STUA Design Blog

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GEORGE SHAW

Shaw first attracted attention for painting the estate where he grew up in the 1970s, in the Tile Hill suburb of Coventry. Shaw studied art at Sheffield Polytechnic and received a BA in 1989. In 1998, he completed an MA in painting from London’s Royal College of Art. Shaw is noted for his highly detailed naturalistic approach and English suburban subject matter. His favoured medium is Humbrol enamel paints, which lend his work a unique appearance as they are more commonly used to paint Airfix models. He was shortlisted for the Turner Prize in 2011 for The Sly and Unseen Day.

(Fuente: contemporary-art-blog.com)