About Anna Busta

Described as "one of [the] most influential young minds" of international design by [citation], Anna Busta creates spaces that are contemporary and chic while offering a unique level of comfort and accessibility. Fresh and unconventional, Busta designs avoid trends that are quickly dated. Inspirations are drawn from traditional design elements, contemporary culture and unique materials.

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Anna Busta was born in Warsaw, Poland. At seventeen she moved to New York where she studied interior design at the Parsons School of Design. During her tenure there she won first prize in a Starwood Hotels design competition. After graduation she was hired as a senior designer for the W Hotel in-house design team. While there she worked on a number of hotels, including the award-winning W Montreal and the W Maldives resort. [Needs more information about design philosophy, guiding principles, and/or vision.]

In 2005, Anna created Busta Studio to XXXXXX. Busta Studio offers design services for residential, commercial and hospitality projects. Busta has completed projects for TriStar Capital, RFR Holdings, Related Companies, Universal Music Group, Playboy, Sony, and KOR Viceroy. Busta’s latest completed project is the widely acclaimed renovation of the Roger Hotel lobby and bar in Manhattan. Busta is currently designing offices and public spaces for Universal Music Group, and private residences in New York and in Miami. [Consider making this more general. The current copy will be outdated when you finish your current projects.]

Noted for its professional, complete design process, Busta Studio leaves nothing to chance. Space planning, architectural elements, and lighting design are as thoroughly considered as furniture, fabrics and colors.