Kanye West’s Architect Wife Bianca Censori Designs Prehistoric-Chic Spaces

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Kanye West’s archi­tect wife Bian­ca Cen­sori is mak­ing waves with her Stone Age-inspired archi­tec­tur­al designs that use boul­ders and con­crete to cre­ate min­i­mal­ist, Fred Flint­stone-approved spaces.

Cen­sori’s port­fo­lio boasts projects rem­i­nis­cent of the 1960s car­toon “The Flint­stones,” show­cas­ing her unique “Prim­i­tive Futur­ism” style that aims to merge nat­ur­al ele­ments with mod­ern structures.

Bianca's living room design in stone aged style

Cen­sori’s archi­tec­tur­al vision, which she devel­oped after ini­tial­ly dream­ing of becom­ing a sculp­tor, has caught the atten­tion of the indus­try. She has worked along­side renowned firms and even land­ed a role as head of archi­tec­ture for Kanye’s YZY brand.

Bianca's bedroom design in stone aged style

From the Joshua Tree Res­i­dence, a mod­ern home bal­anced atop giant rock boul­ders, to the Sau­di Sound Stage con­cept fea­tur­ing a peb­ble-shaped struc­ture, Cen­sori’s designs blur the line between the past and the present. 

Her work “com­pels us to reimag­ine the built envi­ron­ment through a pre­his­toric lens” and “sparks a dia­logue between the past and the present,” as she puts it.

Amid the media spot­light on Cen­sori’s rela­tion­ship with Kanye, her archi­tec­tur­al prowess is a tes­ta­ment to her tal­ent and unique vision, which aims to have “build­ings and nat­ur­al ele­ments coex­ist in a sym­bi­ot­ic rela­tion­ship” and evolve with nature over time.

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