Nuria Mora (Madrid, 1974), a visual artist, began painting in the street at the end of the 1990s with her Fine Arts classmates, but she did so with a language of her own. Without any previous relationship with street art, Nuria Mora left aside the graffiti tradition until then based on names, characters and signatures.
She works with geometry and organic forms and elements in public space. At the same time, in her studio, the artist has evolved her own language, always recognisable, which has led her to exhibit in some of the most important art centres in the world, such as the Tate Modern in London, the Joan Miró Foundation in Barcelona, the Place du Pilori space in Niort (France), the Pilar and Joan Miró Foundation in Mallorca and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Johannesburg.
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Apartamento Massarelos I
This is a beautiful holiday apartment and is located on the corner of the Rua da Restauração and the garden. It has an ample and luminous living room with a kitchenette, with windows and a balcony opening out onto Rua da Restauração and the main gardens. The windows being open to the light of midday and the evening mean that the apartment is luminous, while the views onto the gardens add to its charm. The wooden flooring provides both warmth and comfort.