1. Santa & Cole’s editorial philosophy explained by one of its most authorized voices: Nina Masó, joint founder and publisher of the indoor division. As she explains, Santa & Cole was created to break with the cold which dominated the interiors of the 80s. Introducing a warm, human design which respects the environment was the starting point which is still valid today, with a catalogue which year by year unearths marvellous forgotten classics. For the future, the desire is to continue experimenting hand in hand with the designers, to continue being intellectually young.

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  2. Beth Galí’s name is closely linked to the boom in Barcelona in the 80s and to the image of modernity that the city has projected on the world. In this respect, she confesses that she had the great fortune to begin her activity in design and architecture of public spaces when everything still needed to be done, laying the foundations for the history of these disciplines in Spain. As a creator of urban spaces and elements, she offers us her particular vision of the city: its structure, its light, its degradation, its future…

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  3. As the publisher of Santa & Cole’s urban division, Mia Serra offers an interesting historical perspective of the evolution of urban elements, and of the relations that citizens and institutions establish with them. From being anonymous objects without any awareness of design to being presences which transform the city into a more friendly place, an open-air living room. The future, according to Serra, involves elements with an environmental awareness which introduce devices characteristic of domotics into the street, contributing to the creation of the new urbiotic city.

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