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Stefania Loschi was born in Jordan in 1984 from an Italian-Brazilian family surrounded by different cultures and highly creative environements. She showed her passion for fine arts since young age.
After her graduation in Interior Design in Milan at IED in 2006, she moved to London where she got the master degree in set design at Central Saint Martins College of Art.
For the following years she worked as a graphic and set designer collaborating with important realities such as Tate Modern, Benetton, Campari Switzerland, MTV Uk and Ermenegildo Zegna.
In 2013 she moved to Paris, in the Saint Germain des Pres district.
She became a mother and began a new phase in her life.
She began working as an interior designer and decorator for restaurants, boutiques and private homes between Paris and Northern Italy.
Surrounded by art and design galleries, she falls in love with the world of furniture design, with its thousand shades rich in aesthetic and structural details.
With Isabella Garbagnati she founded Ocra Studio in 2018, right after they both moved back to Milano.
Ocra Studio was a design studio which realized a collection of lamps and tables named "ODEON COLLECTION” in exclusivity for Dimore Gallery and tailored lamps for Mint Shop in London.
Ocra Studio has been selected among the 50 top design studio of 2021 by MarieClaire Maison Italia.
Her love for detail and her return to Italy after years spent abroad, have pushed her towards the world of Italian craftsmanship where the uniqueness and the attention to details are extremely important.
Hence the idea of creating her first ceramic collection, ORIGO, presented in Paris at Galerie Joseph during Maison Objet in 2021 and winning as one the 100 best vases of the year.
Her works are now represented by Dimore Gallery and Galerie Philia (USA, Singapore & Switzerland).
She keeps creating and exploring.
She found the inspiration of all her works in travels, in search of new landscapes and color palettes, in the discovery of different cultures and points of view that are "the real wealth that we should accumulate".