Hi! About Me
Carolina Delgado-Duruflé is a multidisciplinary environmental artist and interior decorator based in Toronto. In 2004, she created the brand Planta Baja, Design and Plant Intervention, and is dedicated to protecting the environment through art. She studied at the Glasgow Art School in Scotland, the Bogota campus of LaSalle College, and the Universidad Pontificia Javeriana in Bogota.
Carolina was the Colombian winner of the “White Space Project Originals, Adidas Originals", an international art competition aimed at celebrating the originality of the most creative women of their country. She has exhibited her work at the Kelvingrove Art Gallery, Glasgow, the Celestino Mutis Botanical Garden in Bogota, the Banco de la República Art Museum in Colombia, The Warehouse Art Gallery, Bogotá, Agora Art Gallery, New York and the Cedar Ridge Studio Gallery, Toronto. She was also artistic director for television productions for the History Channel, Fox, RCN and Caracol. In 2013, her interior design of the Click Clack Hotel, Bogota, was featured in Elle Italia, the Wallpaper Magazine, and New York Times.
Out of Toronto, Carolina offers interior decoration services to commercial and residential clients, based on her unique international experience of working with variety of different environments and types of clients. She also pursues her creative process of plant interventions, by combining live plants with different techniques (including recycling, illustration, photography, ceramics, etc.) in order to create decorative objects, installations and art pieces.