MIRANDA VUKASOVIC impulse to constantly move has always been stirring quietly inside her.Her life has in some ways been defined by the meaning of her name. When read in Spanish and split in two; “MIRAR” to look, and “ANDAR” to go, MIRA/ANDA begins to form a meaning of passing through. She has moved continuously, settling briefly in Zagreb, Milano, Rio de Janeiro, Paris, Mexico City, London, New York and now Beijing, passing through thousands of destination in between.


Miranda has been working in the field of architecture, design and communication for over 8 years. She has extensive experience in project design and production under her belt, drawing from her collaborations with a wide range of design studios across Europe and America. Her passion for architecture has led her to work within the field in a variety of scopes. Some of her most memorable experiences include working with Renzo Piano Building Workshop as an exhibition designer and curator.


Her education qualifications include an M.Sc. in Design from the Polytechnic of Milano (2007) and second M.Sc., in City Transformation and Urban Planning in Mexico city with Centro Metropolitano de Architectura Sostenible and Universidad Politecnica de Cataluña (2009).


In 2013, Beijing Design Week provided a showcase her first exhibits in jewellery design in collaboration with Micro Macro studio. In 2013 the same work was showed in exhibition: ARTchitecture - the Way we Design at Today Art Museum, one of the most important private galleries in China. Her extensive experience and passion for architecture has led her to start her own fine jewellery brand in 2016.

Miranda is also founder of THE RADIANCE, both a singer and a songwriter, creates music through a kaleidoscope of fragile emotions, including art and visual projects into their performances. The Radiance was invited to perform their music in one of the most exciting venue in Beijing, a 600 years old Buddhist temple called “Temple of Wisdom.” 

FLYING KITES from the single THE FRAGILE STRENGTH has won the AKADEMIA BEST AWARD WINNING SONG 2018 in category best Ambiental/Instrumental Music.