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Clair believes in crafting a design with a human perspective. Forging reality, she brings craftsmanship and technology together with poetry, romance, and history bringing renaissance modernism into the world.

Her journey in design began at the renowned Istituto Europeo di Design (IED) in Rome, where she made history as the first student to participate in the design exchange program with the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising (FIDM) in Los Angeles. Her work was showcased at the FIDM runway show and gala, earning accolades for her innovative approach to "chairing style".


Returning to Rome, Clair earned her bachelor's degrees in interior design and product design before establishing her own design studio in Florence, where she spearheaded numerous prestigious commercial projects. Always driven by a quest for innovation, she later returned to Los Angeles, where she has since collaborated with elite clients in the interior architecture industry.


In 2020, Clair was honored to be among the twelve esteemed architects and designers invited by WestEdge Design Fair and Knoll to reimagine the iconic Bertoia Chair for a charitable silent auction. Her commitment to philanthropy extends beyond her craft, as proceeds from the event supported Safe Place for Youth, reflecting her dedication to empowering disadvantaged youth.


Clair's work has garnered widespread recognition, with features in esteemed publications such as Gulf Shore Home, Voyage LA, Florida Design, and Canvas Rebel Interviews. Her recent interior design project was selected as winner with the ASIA DESIGN PRIZE in 2023. 

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