Verónica Mar

Verónica Martínez Guerrero was born in Granada, Spain, 1979.

B.A. in Fine Arts. University of Barcelona. Spain. 2005.
B.A. in Interior Design. Escola Eina Barcelona. Spain. 2004.

In 2010, after 4 years in England working as interior designer for different design and architecture studios, Verónica came back to Madrid to stablish her studio, where she works with artisans sculptors to produce her pieces.

Verónica became an internationally renowned and awarded designer exhibiting at some of the most important international fairs such as Milan, Paris and London, presenting her designs as unique pieces.

Artist Statement

My sculptures are the materialization of energy. The moment on where earth and sky connect; silence and music, balance and movement, emptiness and fullness. They are an instant of the dance between feminine and masculine.

The balance of my work manifests at the balance of our soul, at the moment on where our mind enjoy the symmetry and movement of the lightness and ethereal lines. We can read through them, the lightness of the eternal Being, the infinite universe, the constant change and impermanence of all that exists.



1st Prize. Autumn Leaf sculpture swing. Urbaverde Porto, Portugal. April 2012.
1st Prize. S Urban. Design for urban spaces by HIMACS. London, September 2011.
2nd Prize. 2-4 Gotas / Luna llena / Me quiere ceramics. Farcama, Madrid, October 2011.
1st Prize. “Tenemos la sartén por el mango” installation. Econciencia, Madrid, May 2010.
1st Prize. Final Degree project “Cave house in Granada” interior designers college of Barcelona, June 2005.


April – May 2015. UNIDAD. Group Show. Junger Galerie, Shangai, China.
July 2014. UNIDAD. Group show: Mínimo Tamaño Grande. El Escorial, Madrid, Spain.
June – September 2014. Solo show at The Westin Palace Hotel, Madrid.
February – December 2014. Solo show at Porcelanosa Headquarters.
April 2014. Group Show at Entratalibera, Milan, Italy.
May – June 2012. “Garden of Dreams” installation. Solo show at Casa Decor Madrid, Spain.
November 17th-18th 2011: Presentation and production of her creation CALA, organized by HI-MACS at Candido Hermida Headquarters, La Coruña, Spain.
September 2008. Solo show. London Art and Design Fair, London, UK.
September 2008. Solo show. NUDE, Valencia, Spain
April 2008. Solo show. Milan Art and Design Fair, Milan, Italy.
September 2007. Solo show. NUDE, Valencia, Spain.


B.A. in Fine Arts. University of Barcelona. Spain. 2005.
B.A. in Interior Design. Escola Eina Barcelona. Spain. 2004.


Sculptor and Creative Director.
September – December 2014. Professor at Instituto Europeo Di Design Madrid.
February – December 2014. Collaboration with Porcelanosa KRION.
April 2013. Launched Verónica Martínez Design with her business partner Sergi Morella.
May – June 2012: The “Garden of Dreams” art & design installation at Casa Decor Madrid 20th edition.
December 2011. Launched ENESSENTIA brand, of sculptural objects and furniture.
July – August 2010: Collaboration creating sculptural outdoor furniture for Jaume Espi Sculpture.
July 2006 – January 2010. Freelance interior designer for Confetti Constellations, Martin Knox, Lief Design, Philip Watts Design, Marsh & Grochowski Architects.
January – June 2008. Project Professor at the University of Architecture at Nottingham Trent University, England.
January – September 2008. Founder of ENEA STUDIO.
August 2006 – March 2007. Leonardo grant, scholarship by the University of Salamanca to work for BYG Systems in Nottingham, England.
July 2004 – July 2006. Freelance interior designer for several architectural offices in Barcelona. She combined this work with the completion of the of Fine Arts Bachelor and teaching at the design department.


September – December 2014. Professor at Instituto Europeo Di Design, Madrid.
October 3rd 2014 – Master Class at EEAI, Granada, Spain.
April 20th 2014. Master Class at ESI, Valladolid, Spain.
January – June 2008. Professor at the University of Architecture at Nottingham Trent University.

Sculptors & Craftmen

We work in collaboration with a variety of artisans and sculptors who are specialized in their respective materials in order to imbue each piece with its own unique soul.

We believe that producing using artisanal techniques is essential to sustainability, harmony… the new humanism, the new luxury.