An architect, decorator, and set designer, Javier has worked for international brands like Ralph Lauren, Calvin Klein, Cartier, and Herm̩s, as well as local companies like Evangelina Bomparola, Laurencio Adot, and Bouqueterie. He is an expert in temporary environments. He has created concepts for luxury brands. As a decorator, his passion is maximalism (he has no fear of extravagance). Starting with "Tribuna Plaza," the 2010 edition of Casa FOA, an annual interior design event in Buenos Aires, Iturrioz became one of the interior designers favored by the Buenos Aires elite. He adores the baroque and styles from the nineteen fifties. He pays careful attention to every last detail. He does not believe that "less is more," but that "more is more."
"My rug is a tribute to David Hicks, one of the greatest representatives of twentieth-century interior design. He was known for textile designs with geometric compositions and bright colors. He later worked in the area of landscape design. My design draws inspiration from French gardens insofar as it looks to modern geometry and to a palette of greens, grays, blues, and oranges characteristic of Hicks," Javier Iturrioz.