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Bianca Venus interior architect

Muses

At JapanTKY, we are not only inspired by the latest fashion trends and city trips. We also take inspiration from the people who wear our clothes. Ultimately, we design our clothes for them. Therefore, we would like you to meet some of our muses.

Bianca Venus (49), interior architect from Arnhem, The Netherlands

Photography: Rik Balder / Studio Redlab

After studying Architectural Design at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy (an international University of Applied Sciences in Amsterdam) and finishing a bachelor in Interior Architecture from ArtEZ (University of Arts in Enschede), Bianca started her career as an interior architect. For the first five years of her career, she was in salaried employment but for the last fifteen years she has been self-employed. After all these years, Bianca is still very passionate about her profession. She is committed to the importance and added value of great interior architecture, which is much more than just interior design.

‘IF YOU ENJOY A SPACE, YOU’LL THRIVE IN IT.’

Whether it’s your working or your home environment, or both, it’s essential to get pleasure from being in a space that will inspire and surprise you, and anyone who enters it.
interior concepts by Bianca Venus

“Interior architecture starts with establishing the purpose of the space. This is followed by the intended user experience. Environmental psychology plays a pivotal role in determining which environments influence users in what ways. It is all about the total experience of a space, where things such as lighting, colours, materials, and fabrics are all taken into account.

I mainly work in the B2B market where I design interior concepts for offices, shops, or public buildings. Sometimes, I am also involved in reallocating real estate projects. From abstract ideas to an implemented plan, I love creating beautiful things together with the client. Aside from the overall concept, I often design specific elements such as counters, cupboards, and benches. Occasionally, I work for private individuals. This often entails a total interior design with multiple elements such as a customised bathroom or kitchen, or custom cabinets and furniture.”

Bianca in the famous Aluminium Chair from Ray & Charles Eames

“Attention, beauty and quality are important values to me. Especially in a world where everything has to be fast and cheap, I want to make beautiful and quality things with an eye on sustainability. That is why I love JapanTKY clothes so much. Their collections signify these values for me. The designs are timeless with attention to detail, the fit is super, and the fabrics are very comfortable. Wearing JapanTKY clothes makes me feel strong and powerful, an added benefit for someone who works in a male-dominated field ;).”

When we asked Bianca who her source of inspiration is, she immediately answers, “Nature! Nature constantly inspires and amazes me. In my field, Ray and Charles Eames are big inspirations. The way they create with passion and take pleasure in wonder is an example to me and inspires my own work ethic. Their motto ‘Take you passion seriously’ says it all. As a tribute to them, I was photographed in their famous Aluminium Chair for this article. It was designed in 1958 and is still modern today!”

CURIOUS ABOUT THE WORK OF BIANCA VENUS? TAKE A LOOK AT HER WEBSITE TO SEE THE INTERIOR PROJECTS SHE’S BEEN WORKING ON.

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