Estefania Carrero was born in Santiago de Compostela (Spain) in 1977. At the age of 17, she traveled to Madrid to study Interior Design. Carrero began her career collaborating in the study of the interior designer Pascua Ortega, where she worked from 1996 to 2001. Between 2001 and 2003 she moved her residence to Sevilla, where she managed the deparment of Decoration and Assembly for the furniture company Guadarte, alternating several collaborations with the decorator Javier González Sánchez-Dalp.
In 2003, Estefania returned to Madrid and got back collaborating -in her second professional stage- with Pascua Ortega’s studio of interior design.
Since 2007, this Spanish interior designer has been developing -in her own studio- works of interior design, architecture and spanish style of hotels, restaurants, shops, offices and private residences. In 2013, attracted by a new market, she moved to Lima (Perú) to develop several of her projects and others in collaboration with the peruvian architect Jordi Puig. Currently, she supervises these projects and others nearby, from her studio in Madrid.
The philosophy of her studio, is to give customers a personalized service, based on an analysis of the specific needs and in order to give an adequate response to their expectations. Her projects goes from an architectural analysis of the structure and space (axles, circulations, materials, natural light, etc.) to the choice of different finishes, lighting, furniture, decoration and everything about the interior design.
Estefania Carrero ensures that each of her projects is both functional and esthetic, combining a timeless conception of architecture and interior design with the latest technological advances in home automation, lighting, air conditioning, and others.