Previously a Set Decorator for characteristic movie and TV, Cristina Casanas-Judd started her profession on the hit collection Queer Eye for the Straight Man working alongside Thom Felicia. Virtually 9 years to the day, Cristina left the trade. It was for a great purpose – to turn into co-founder along with her husband, Basic Judd, of Me and Basic Design, a full-service architectural inside design studio based mostly in Brooklyn. Cristina is fascinated with the human expertise and the way lives are reworked and elevated via design. With origins from Chile, her design ethos is rooted in minimal essentialism, layered with wealthy hues and textures offset with contrasting patterns and colours. Her inspiration leads to a curation of customized items and private expression that feels skilled and lived in. Exterior of labor, Cristina is a mother of two, has a French Bulldog named Thor and is a loyal pal, spouse and maker of desires.
Right this moment Cristina joins us for Friday 5!
1. The Human Connection
I’ve admired Shani Crowe’s expertise for turning braids into artwork because the first time I noticed her exhibit at SCOPE Miami in 2017. This explicit picture, “Above All,” resonates deeply