Our Creative Director

She is less than 50 and more than 25.

She wakes up at 5:30 am because she needs to open her eyes before the sun, much like chickens.

She enjoys the beach in winter.

She is solitary, quite a bit…

She adores Autumn and the color yellow.

She likes the smell of wood and the stories told by its scratches.

Lately, she only reads books authored by women.

She is a feminist.

Her greatest dream is to become a grandmother.

She dances frequently, but only with Jordi, Lola, and Tomas at home; otherwise, she would die of embarrassment.

She thinks that Grapat may be the result of her lack of play during childhood.

The interaction between a child under three and nature are her greatest source of inspiration.

Her team describes her as somewhat demanding and believes she will never retire.

Through Grapat, she aims not to tell stories but to provide children with the tools to create their own.

She believes that a free childhood will make the world a more beautiful place to live in.

To her, sustainability encompasses more than just raw materials and productive processes; it’s also about culture, humans, and it’s a way of life.

Before going to sleep, she craves something sweet – which is said to happen to those who use their brains too much.

She likes to think a child is just like a plant: all they need is fertile soil, water, and sunlight!