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Cristina Salvi

Cristina Salvi

  • United Kingdom
  • Member since 2015

Cristina is an exhibition designer with over eight years’ experience in three different countries: Italy, Spain and UK. She graduated in 2006 with a BA in Interior Architecture and then gained a master's degree in Museography and Exhibition Design in 2008 from the Polytechnic University of Milan.

Cristina started her career in 2007 working with the Renzo Piano Building Workshop on its major monographic exhibition at the Triennale di Milano. Then in 2008 she joined EMBT Architects in Barcelona, working on the Spanish Pavilion project for the 2010 Shanghai Expo. The same year she moved to London and worked for Studioilse, before joining the exhibition design company Metaphor as lead designer on the new Olympic Museum project in Lausanne.

During her three years at Casson Mann, Cristina worked on the Imperial War Museum's First World War Galleries project, the Central Hall redesign at the Natural History Museum and recently on the new Endeavour Galleries at the National Maritime Museum.

In January 2016 Cristina joined Christie's as senior exhibition designer leading and managing projects in Europe, the Middle East, Russia and Asia, while also developing ideas for the company's 250th anniversary events.

Contact Cristina.

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