Barbara Hill is a native Texan born in 1937 and has lived in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and Santa Fe, New Mexico. She worked for the DeMenils at the Rice Museum before opening the innovative Cusack Gallery in the early 70's showing the challenging work of minimal and conceptual artists from around the world. Barbara has blended her background in art into her design work which has been featured in Metropolitan Home, the New York Times and Dwell. What I love most is the industrial feeling of her projects, the unpretentious minimalism and a sense of temporary in terms of furnishing. That kind of projects, where the space it's not just a container of objects, but the one and only protagonist.