London, Hackney based JULIANO CORDANO is an award-winning multi-disciplined contemporary artist whose art reflects expertise in the fields of architecture, interior and furniture design. His work is unconventional and a play on his creative upbringing in an untraditional Brazilian family. It seemingly blurs the lines between architecture and art.
Without categorisation, his work is fundamentally inspired by shapes, shadows, and the finite detail that makes architecture. He acutely understands the spellbinding precision required to create the hard, yet fluid shapes and angles of built structures admired in buildings, and how they lay bare the ways they influence and impact our lives.
The foundation of his practice rests in his architectural and design training but is influenced by his living throughout the world, where environments, populations, and conventions differ by culture, geography, and socio-political influences. His art is a homage to all of these.
Cordano holds a Degree in Architecture and Urban Planning from Pontificia Catholic University of Campinas and University of Araraquara, a BA in Interior Design from SENAC Araraquara, a Degree in Public Administration and Politics from UNESP University of Sao Paulo State, a Post Graduation in Urbanism from Fontys Academy in Netherlands and a MA in Furniture Design at The CASS (London Metropolitan University).