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Natalia Lewandowska Collage

Natalia Lewandowska is a founder of NL△ Studio based in London, where she merges Art and Design through creative direction and painting. Her projects demonstrate a multidisciplinary approach by collaboration with well-established British brands, architects, interior designers, and Norwegian choreographers.  Natalia Lewandowska holds a Batchelor degree from the University of Arts London and a Master degree from the Royal College of Art.  

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