born in 1984. After receiving his degree in Industrial Design in 2007, Adriano began his professional career in the Research & Development of SLAMP where it continues with its successes to this day. Going against the trend of mass-produced objects, Adriano Rachele endows each of his pieces with the feeling that they are of a unique edition, achieving at the same time, producing them in series. Rachele believes that design should have a soul, express poetry and emotion that tells a story that extends beyond the world. of simple forms. This concept comes through in its soft and sinuous designs whose shapes emphasize the brand's unique identity and enhance its individual handmade style. His challenge is to create objects that combine technology, functionality and innovation with tradition and emotion, while maintaining their ironic and accessible nature. In 2010 he was recognized as one of the leading young talents in Italian design for his Veli project which won the award. the “Red Dot Design” in 2012.
Founded and led by Hung-Ming Chen and Chen-Yen Wei, the studio's mission is simply to create beautiful products that will increase in value over time, design you can grow old with. The Taiwanese-born design duo started their careers together. He started his Stockholm-based design studio with the idea of creating modern objects that would only get more beautiful with time. beyond From their own work, they see their studio as a starting point for designers from all over the world who share their philosophy. Inspiration derives from an intriguing interest in shapes, meanings, proportions, materials and cultures. The thoughtful duo look to the past as a route to the future, intending that their products grow like treasures, also taking their place for the next generation of designers. Time passes and, Hung-Ming Chen and Chen-Yen Wei, that's the point. The philosophy revolves around simplicity and honesty. The true essence of respecting wear around the central idea of the passage of time.
Alegre Design is dedicated to designing products, proposing new solutions and uses for everyday items through innovation and design. Its products have been awarded the Red Dot Design Award, IF Product Design Award, Delta Awards and Designpreis Deutschland.
Manel Llusc & agrave; is a Catalan designer with a long history in the lighting sector. His beginnings date back to the 70s designing and manufacturing his own luminaires, over the years his professional career evolves towards collaborations and focuses exclusively on creating designs for other companies creating his own studio of design. In his studio, where he works side by side with three other important collaborators, he develops projects aimed at manufacturers of lighting fixtures, decorators and interior designers. Through his projects Manel Llusc & agrave; wants to create new lighting concepts using original designs and cutting-edge materials, always consistent with the latest trends emerging in the market.
Technical architect by training, he has carried out multiple works of artistic practice using media such as painting, photography and installation; simultaneously with the practice of industrial design, where the activity of his study is focused, with the vocation of influencing the objects that surround us; understanding the object as a cultural element, and essentially in a functional way on a human scale, where the form has a function in itself. herself.
Recognized pioneer and ambassador of industrial design in Spain, Andr & eacute; Ricard has made a decisive contribution to the social and business development of this discipline. He has been president of ADI-FAD and founding president of ADP, in addition to being a pillar in the 1992 Olympic Games.
Andr & eacute; Ricard also stands out for the design of more everyday objects such as the Copenhagen ashtray or the Menhir lighter as well. as per the lamp design, as Tat & uacute; or Fontana, edited by Santa & amp; Cole. Behind each of these seemingly simple objects is a deep and thoughtful process about functionality and practicality.
Most of their designs are characterized by the use of natural materials that require special treatment through artisanal techniques. Andr & eacute; Ricard is a great advocate of manual intervention in the production process of his designs. Craftsmanship, in the eyes of the designer, is a way of maintaining traditions, the authenticity of things and, above all, it allows differentiation.
After graduating from the Venice Academy of Fine Arts, Andrea Tosetto joined to the lighting company founded by his father Angelo in 1950, from which he soon took over the reins.
Andrea marks the company's transition from the classic lines of the time to an innovative and more contemporary language. Her dynamic entrepreneurial style and lively creative streak take shape in cured products that enhance the craft system. Andrea has been able to give prominence to the company's know-how, aiming at the internalization of production processes and the use of quality materials with a strong link with the Venetian territory.   Kelly, Nautilus and Valentina are just some of Andrea's creations for Studio Italia Design.
Andreas Engesvik was born in 1970, he graduated in art history at the University of Bergen (1991/1995) and then studied art. Design at the National College of Art and Design. In the year 2000 he received he earned his degree in design and in the same year founded the Norway Says study. In 2009, after 6 years working with others, he opened his own studio, Andreas Engesvik in Oslo. His studio works in various sectors: from furniture to tableware and industrial design for different clients, including Iittala, Muuto, Ligne Roset and Asplund. He has received several international awards.
Antoni Arola, winner of the 2003 National Design Award, is an outstanding member of the current panorama of Spanish design. His work, characterized by its versatility, has allowed him to tackle both the design of a perfume bottle or a lamp, as well as the interior design of spaces that are relevant today. Arola finds a symbolism and a suggestive way of understanding life and its spaces.
Arihiro Miyake graduated from from Kobe Design University, Japan in 1999. Later, in 2002, he obtained his master's degree in furniture and spatial design from Aalto University, Finland. After working for some design studios in Helsinki and Milan, he established his own studio "Studio Arihiro Miyake" in 2004 in Helsinki. Studio Arihiro Miyake works internationally on various design projects, such as restaurant and exhibition architecture and furniture and lighting design. Arihiro Miyake seeks the immortal aesthetic of innovative and technical challenges.
Arik Levy is an artist, technician, photographer, designer, and filmmaker. Levy's skills are multidisciplinary and his work can be seen in prestigious galleries and museums around the world.   Best known publicly for his sculptures (such as his signature Rock Pieces), installations, limited editions, and design work, Levy feels that `` the world is about people, not objects. '' < / p>
Arthur Umanoff (1923-1985) was an American-born industrial designer known for his contribution to the American Mid-Century Modern movement. Upon graduating from New York's prestigious Pratt Institute and the American School of Design in the early 1950s, Umanoff began designing. He began collaborating with Post Modern Ltd, a New York design company that produced and sold modernist designs in wrought iron and wood. Throughout the 1960s, he worked He worked closely with furniture manufacturer Shaver Howard, who put many of his furniture designs into production. He also designed watches for Howard Miller.
Arthur Umanoff believed that design should not only be beautifully constructed and functional, it should also be attainable. Using natural materials and new methods to reimagine traditional furniture pieces, he created versatile designs for the home that were celebrated for their quality as well as their streamlined, functional forms and staying power. Reflecting warmth and practicality, his designs are often imagined in wrought iron, rattan, walnut and birch, infused with functional details yet retaining a sense of effortless elegance thanks to their slim, tapered lines.
Atelier o & iuml; It is the result of an alliance rooted in the similarity between humanity and art. It is about sharing values and ideals. The trio has been united for 25 years by an intangible bond of the desire to grow and embark on a journey together that never denies their individual paths.   The alliance brings together open and creative minds, sharing their visions.
Barlas Baylar is a New York City furniture designer most famous for his interpretive woodwork that manages to integrate the traditional with the modern, the natural with the manufactured. But he's also been making a big splash with lighting fixtures, which he's working on. adding to his already impressive following. His Monastery chandelier is a good example of Baylar's minimalist aesthetic that brings organic shapes to industrial materials. Reminiscent of ancient chainmail coifs, its modern styling makes it both classic and contemporary. And that is what draws the attention of his designs: they arrest the attention by the strange familiarity of everything.
Studied architecture at the University Institute of Architecture of Venice, where he graduated in 1989. It expanded his studies in New York, but at the end of his doctoral thesis in 1989 he moved to to Barcelona, in 1991 he began to collaborate with Enric Miralles, with whom he later associated to form the Miralles Tagliabue EMBT studio. Their collaboration led them to to place your studio among the most prestigious architecture studios with international projection. The architecture workshop is characterized by the balance between a fragmented and convulsed aesthetic and respect for the tradition of the place, an idea that Miralles was able to transmit to Benedetta and that she has continued to shape.
In 1921 Bernard-Albin GRAS designed a series of lamps to be used in offices and industrial environments. The GRAS lamp, as it was later called, was astonishing in its simple design, robust yet highly ergonomic.   It does not have screws or weld joints in its basic form.   In 1927 the Ravel company bought the patent and started to produce GRAS lamps.
Bernard-Albin Gras was one of the most innovative designers of the 20th century. The functional aesthetics of their lamps and especially the design details such as the arms, stems, supports and bases were truly original and innovative.   In his early days, Le Corbusier was seduced by modern design and the ease of use of lamps and became a convert. in one of Bernard-Albin's most enthusiastic GRAS supporters, using the lamps in his offices thus such as using them in various architectural projects around the world.
Bertjan Pot is a designer, probably best known for his Masks and Random Light (1999). The light began as a material experiment, which is basically the beginning of every product created by Studio Bertjan Pot. The result is usually an interior product, displaying a fascination with techniques, structures, patterns and colours. Most experiments start quite impulsively out of some curiosity about how things might work or what something might look like. From there, Bertjan takes on challenges with manufacturers to explore possibilities and push boundaries where he can. Each challenge brings a new reward. Studio Bertjan Pot works with companies such as Arco, Cassina, Febrik, Hay, Nike and Susan Bijl.
Boris Klimek graduated from in Conceptual and Product Design studies at the Academy of Art, Architecture and Design in Prague. During his studies he made internships in England (Sheffield Hallam University), Slovakia (Academy of Fine Arts and Design), as well as as in the product design studio in Prague, led by designers Olgoj Chorchoj. Boris has received a number of awards for his product design. In his work, he tries to find certain conceptual coincidences, games and stories. He tries that the creation of his products is not only functional, but mainly poetic, playful and capable of stimulating the imagination and human emotions.
Alberto Brogliato and Federico Traverso founded their design studio in 2014 after studying architecture and deepening their knowledge of the art of glass blowing and working with traditional Japanese ceramics. & quot; No time, no space & quot; is the claim that summarizes the soul and vision of the studio: the creation of objects with a timeless design that adapt to different contexts.
BrogliatoTraverso has collaborated with companies such as Magis, Cappellini, Guzzini, Infiniti. The studio has won numerous international awards, including the Red Dot Design Award, the German Design Award, the IF Design Award, and the Good Design Award.
Bruno Rainaldi acquired his initial experience working since he was very young, he worked in furniture design communication. Ironically it was called himself a “bench designer”, and his “chaotically rigorous” style.
He runs the first High Tech store in Milan on Corso di Porta Ticinese, he joined with Maddalena De Padova in the historic showroom in Corso Venecia and with Enrico Baleri as partner of Baleri & Associati, defining communication strategies for design companies and for points of sale. founded Rare Studio, of which he is the soul and creative director.
In 2002, together with Marta Giardini Entratalibera, he opened a very special space in Milan where he exhibits projects and a selection of objects such as “laboratory of shapes” open to research and experimentation.
Caine Heintzman is a designer who explores diverse media while applying rigorous materials research, technical knowledge, and a comprehensive understanding of lighting technology to achieve ingenious practice.
His training at ECUAD and at the Kunsthochschule Berlin Weissensee has allowed him to perfect a methodical process in which he interrogates the relationship between the functional art object and the space to design in a way that accentuates the urbanized environment.
While his art is sculptural, emphasizing modularity, repetitive forms can be observed to demonstrate an industrial elegance that is characteristic of his proposal.
Carlo Colombo is considered one of the most important Italian architects and designers on the international scene.
He works as a consultant and artistic director for the brands he collaborates with.   In 2011 he taught design at the De Tao Masters Academy in Beijing.
His work was initially focused on design and interior design but was extended to construction in Italy and abroad.
Carlo Colombo is a professional who creates projects characterized by high artistic value, proof of this are the multiple awards that have marked his career.   Currently the studio handles large-scale design all over the world, from interior design to architecture with A ++.
born in Taiwan, he became in Industrial and new media designer. Graduated from the Interaction Design Institure of Ivrea in 2006, I work for PEGA Design & Engineering for three years, founding his studio (Estudio IF) in December 2011.
His work is a fusion of design, art and technology embodied in physical forms, from products to installations. He has collaborated with important institutions such as the National Museum of Art of Taiwan and the JUT Foundation for Arts and Architecture. His IF studio also produces small productions of his works for shops and galleries in Europe, Taipei and Beijing.
His projects have won various awards, including “IF China Product Design Award”, “Taiwan Excellence Award”; and the “SDA Design of the Year Award”. In 2015 she was selected among the Asian talents at IFFS. In the same year he designed RANDOM for Studio Italia Design.
Alfredo Chiaramonte, was born in Bologna and graduated of architecture in Venice while Marco Marin was born in Venice. in Venice and specialized in in industrial design after completing his studies at the School of Fine Arts. Later they entered the world of Murano glass and improved their knowledge of glass manufacturing techniques. During the 1990s, Alfredo Chiaramonte and Marco Marin received a number of awards, including first place in the Young & Design. They are currently working with the best companies in the sectors of the furniture, lighting, home and gifts.
born in Germany and grew up in the Canary Islands. arrived to Barcelona in the mid-eighties to finish interior design studies. Shortly after he left to Milan and there discovered industrial design in collaboration with architect Marco Zanuso jr. in product development for companies such as De Padova, Memphis and Driade.
With an architect father, Christophe made the lamps for the house with origami that he had learned when he worked in Germany. from professional swimming competition to the world of design. He remains open to the unforeseen of life.
Settled in Barcelona for years now, he is one of Marset's veteran designers, for whom he has created several successful products.
Conillas defines himself as a pragmatic designer and a lover of simplicity. He could be defined as an intuitive creator focused on innovative creation through plasticity in the abstraction, organization and transformation of the elements that surround him.
Corrado Dotti Design and Architecture is a design office based in Milan Italy, specialized in Product Design, Creative Direction and Interior Design.
Costantino Morosin was born in the Veneto region in 1950 and attended to the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice, he graduated of scenery in 1975. After working in Africa for FAO and WWF he moved to Milan, then to Turin and finally to Rome where it began a weekly magazine.
As a precursor of emerging artistic trends, Morosin concentrated on in the natural world and returning to the medieval quarter, Calcata, near Rome, began to use materials there extracted two. In 1996, together with Anna Demyttenaere, he founded the & ldquo; Opera Bosco & rdquo;, an art museum. During the 80's and 90's as his works continued to win national awards, he continued using tuff, rock, glass and terracotta in his sculptures and is known especially for his works & ldquo; Troni di Calcata & rdquo; and & ldquo; Cavalli Trilitici di Castelfranco & rdquo ;.
International designer Dan Yeffet established his own study in Amsterdam in 2003 after finishing university. In 2005 he moved; to Paris where he creates works that encompass traditional crafts and similar innovative technologies. His relentless search for new figures, dimensions, and techniques is evident in the & ldquo; Muffins, Balloons, and Shadows & rdquo; collections. who designed along with Lucie Koldova for Brokis. Dan's work encompasses not only everyday products, but also conceptual spaces, urban spaces, and works in galleries throughout the world including Chicago, Philadelphia, New York, Luxembourg, Paris, London. and Holon in Israel.
Daniel Debiasi and Federico Sandri founded their own design studio in 2010. Based in Bolzano and Verona, they work in various fields of product design, although they sometimes also design exhibits and consult companies on strategies related to design.
Their collaboration evolves within an ongoing dialogue animated by spatial, cultural, and behavioral observations.   Multiple experiments with different materials and processes and the relationship between manufacturing and crafts are the basis of much broader thinking in which objects are always considered as part of something larger. < br />
Many of his projects have received international design awards and are featured in publications around the world.
Founded in 1980, Hangar Design Group is a multidisciplinary design and communication company. The interpretation of design as an omnipresent and omnipresent dimension of each and every one of the elements, be it architectural, material or digital, has led them to experiment, crossing the territory of graphics, industrial design, interior and web architecture and multimedia design, creating products that were awarded several awards (Eulda Award 2006, Neocon Innovation Award 2007, Red Dot Design Award 2009, Italy for Innovation Expo Shanghai 2010, Compasso d & # 39; Oro 2011). Today Hangar Design Group is an international network operating in Treviso, Milan, New York, Shanghai.
Among the most successful and award-winning lighting designers on the contemporary scene, Dima Loginoff designed the Fedora, Mountain View, Urban and Cloudy collections. Thanks to his courage and strong artistic sensibility, Dima Loginoff has been able to approach seemingly distant ways in the world of lighting design. The multiple collaborations with Axolight can be defined as real progressions towards new aesthetic goals.
Dodo Arslan is an Italian designer of Armenian descent who lives and works between Italy and Florida, and is considered one of the world's 90 leading designers and manufacturers by Taschen.
Dodo Arslan is specialized in the design of furniture, lighting, decoration accessories and industrial products in collaboration with the most influential brands.
Dodo Arslan’ Studio assists acclaimed architects and interior designers in the conception and realization of bespoke furniture (both residential and contract), lighting installations and artistic design.
Throughout his twenty years of experience, Arslan has created unique pieces and series productions, ranging from electronic devices to cast bronze pieces.
Studio Fuksas, directed by Doriana and Massimiliano Fuksas is one of the most outstanding international architecture firms in the world. Over the past 40 years, the company has developed an innovative approach through a surprisingly wide variety of projects, ranging from urban interventions to airports, from museums to cultural centers and spaces for me. ; Physics, from convention centers to offices, from interior design to design collections. With its headquarters in Rome, Paris and Shenzhen, and a team of 170 professionals, the firm has completed more than 600 projects and has worked in Europe, Africa, America, Asia and Australia and has been awarded various international awards.
Edmondo Testaguzza was born in Backnang, Germany in 1964. Since 1997 it has given its name to his design studio. The premises of his design attitude are made of periodic research aimed at achieving shapes and forms that must belong to a high value. and suggestive. He had many collaborations with Italian and international companies. Historical is the collaboration with Karman, together with whom he develops new creative languages in parallel to new materials. All his collections designed they are the fruit of this attention to research and its expressive value.
Born in Pordenone, an industrial and interior designer, she is a partner and wife of Stefano, collaborates as a designer with Giovannoni Design and other companies such as Alessi, Magis, Millefiori, Bisazza, Veneta Cucine, Bertazzoni, Marzorati & amp; Ronchetti, Viceversa, Tubes, Vondom, Maletti group, Slamp, Haier, Deborah and LG maniglie. Winner of numerous awards and competitions, she teaches courses at the Domus Academy and the Polytechnic School of Design.
Born in 1937 in Barcelona, Enric Sòria studied architecture at the Superior Technical School of Architecture of Barcelona (ETSAB) until 1970. in the office of Oriol Bohigas, where he met a Jordi Garcés with whom he collaborated; until 1996. During that time, they laid the foundations of rationalism and contemporary avant-garde, defending the geometry of architecture and the functionalities of its composition. Among the first projects of his work, the design of museums stands out, among them the reconversion of the old Asilo de Santa Lucía to the Science Museum (1978-1980) or the Picasso Museum (1981-1987). Subsequently, he had a certain presence in cultural and sports buildings such as the Hebron Valley Sports Palace (1990-1991) for which he was awarded the FAD Prize for Architecture in 1991. the design of the IMAX theaters (1993-1994) and the Ágora Rubió; i Balaguer of the Pompeu Fabra University at the Ciutadella campus in 1994, where he won the award. the City of Barcelona Award for Architecture and Urbanism in 1996.
Studied Ribaud & iacute; he works with ideas, makes them grow and transforms them into objects. A team of designers and interior designers who work mixing creativity, matter and technology to transform it into spaces and objects with identity.
Fabien Dumas was born at Fort de France, in Martinique, and graduated at the Berlin University of Fine Arts in 2003. He currently lives in Berlin.
During his studies in Germany he worked as a freelance designer on several projects for renowned shopping centers such as KaDeWe or Galeries Lafayette.
Since 2004 some of its products have been part of the Ingo Maurer, Marset and Dark collection. He has also worked as a freelance designer for ARNE Quinze et Quinze & amp; Milan, in Belgium.
The unique style of Favaretto & amp; Partners & # 39; is founded on his innovative use of materials, his painstaking precision in design, and his penchant for stylistic and functional ingenuity. Their technical competencies acquired over decades and their ever-present passion for experimentation have allowed their practice to function successfully and with versatility in different manufacturing sectors, from telephones to furniture (seats, lighting, upholstery) to medical and household objects.
Favoretto & amp; Partners has specialized in the planning, prototyping and production of office furniture, technical seats (operational and executive) and collective systems, introducing in certain phases design languages that are adopted by other designers and manufacturers.
Federico per was born in 1983 in montebelluna in the province of treviso. After completing his university studies in milan at the faculty of interior design at the european institute of design, he moved to He traveled to paris thanks to an artist residency grant. In this period, rich in international contaminations and design stimuli, the His professional career became passionate about the great masters and defined his interest as a synergy between the historical and the contemporary. came back He went to milan to work at vudafieri saverino partners until 2011, when he started his career. He owns his own studio that deals mainly with interior design and furniture. Collaborate with companies, fashion brands, professionals and individuals conceiving projects closely related to individual identities. is among the candidates for 'best new designer' of the salone del mobile milano 2017 with the product "galerie" designed for fontanaarte, nominated for the rising talent awards in the maison&object 2018 edition and among the designers '7 for the future' selected by ad italia in 2018.
Fernando Corre, born in Mexico, is the founder and director of Correa Granados Arquitects, an architecture and interior design studio based in Milan, Italy.
The activity of the studio is focused mainly on the creation of unique interior concepts in the world of retail, corporate, restaurants, stands of fairs and shop windows in everyone. His international experience of more than 25 years in retail design includes creation and development of new interior concepts; from the construction of buildings, boutiques (flagship, corner, pop-up store), to showrooms of various brands, including: Max Mara, Canali, M Missoni, Chantecler, Kiton, C.P. Company.
Since 2019, Fernando Correa is the founder and creative director ofWAW COLLECTIONItalian brand that designs and produces lamps, furniture and accessories united by their ability to arouse emotions of amazement.
Architect, born in 1977, in 2005 he founded The Francesco Librizzi Studio in Milan, a design workshop that develops architecture, interior design, design and temporary installation projects. Through simple structures drawn in the void, his works allow the essential characteristics of space to emerge, highlighting the relationships between places, people and objects. This approach is the basis of the projects carried out for the Milan Triennale,
In 2016, the meeting with FontanaArte created the opportunity to incorporate all the research obtained by the study into product design. The result is a family of lamps, Setareh, which embodies delicate relationships between space and light, in a very strong dialogue with the mythical identity of the brand. Today the relationship with FontanaArte continues in the role of Art Director, looking towards broader scenarios of dialogue between public designers and industry. Since 2008, Francesco Librizzi has been teaching Interior and Exhibition Design at various universities and design academies. Among these, the Faculty of Architecture of Palermo, the Faculty of Architecture of Genoa, Domus Academy (Milan), NABA, Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti (Milan).
Roberto Gabetti and Aimaro Isola – both are professors at the Faculty of Architecture at the Turin Polytechnic –ndash; They formed, from 1950 to 2000, one of the most fertile professional associations in the panorama of modern and contemporary architecture. The projects they created from the beginning of their activity were characterized by the attention they devoted to landscaping and environment issues on different scales. Most of his works have been presented and commented on in exhibitions and published in architecture magazines and in national and international publications, sparking an articulated debate on the relationship between modernity and tradition. Some monographs dedicated to them have thoroughly analyzed their approach. His works of design and architecture are exhibited at the MOMA in New York, at the Pompidou Center in Paris, at the San Luca Academy and at the Maxxi in Rome. Luciano Re was part of the studio at the end of the 60s and 70s, later he dedicated himself to to teach at the university. Guido Drocco shared throughout his career with Gabetti and with Isola until 2000, supporting it with important personal and professional achievements as well as as participating in positions such as university professor.
gabriele buratti, architect and professor of interior architecture at the design faculty of the milan polytechnic (2003-2010), and oscar buratti, architect, form the buratti architetti architecture and design studio. There are different scales of the project on which the studio works transversally, going from the architecture of buildings and urban areas to that of interiors, from the design of furniture and objects to the preparation of exhibitions and showrooms, in a An intense and varied professional journey, where themes, places and types, companies and people intertwine, contaminating each other, materials and processes. They design residential, commercial and industrial buildings, interventions in historic centers and renovations of building complexes, villas and interiors of offices, homes, shops and showrooms, with the aim of combining culture and professional specialization, experimentation and technique, original visions and product quality. In the retail sector, they collaborate with prestigious brands for which they create boutiques in the most important cities in the world. They collaborate with some of the most prestigious and recognized design companies for which they have signed lighting and furniture projects sold all over the world.
George Carwardine (1887 - 1947) did not need invent the Anglepoise® so that his name would be known; he was already a practicing engineer of note specializing in vehicle suspension systems. perfected He learned his skills at the Horstmann Automobile Company where he rose through the ranks to become Chief Designer. Later, in 1924 when Hortsmann faced Due to financial difficulties, Carwardine left the company. his job to start his own business which he called Cardine accessories.
Later he returned He went to work with Sydney Horstmann, but in 1929 the Horstmann car company entered the company. bankrupt. Carwardine took advantage of the moment – Here was the opportunity he had been waiting for to explore his long-standing fascination with spring- and lever-based mechanisms. established he set up a workshop in his garden in Bath and began to work on the design of what would later become his legacy.
An eclectic personality, from the beginning he has been active in the fields of architecture, painting, graphics and stage design. he graduated in architecture at the Milan Polytechnic in 1920. In 1926 he founded, with the editor Gianni Mazzocchi, the magazine Domus, which he edited. until his death. In 1931 he was called to the artistic direction of Luigi Fontana and in 1932 - together with Pietro Chiesa - he founded Luigi Fontana. FontanaArt. He is one of the promoters of the Compasso d'Oro Award and one of the founders of ADI, he directs the Milan Triennale programs on several occasions and is a professor at the Milan Polytechnic. designed numerous famous buildings, public and private, including the houses on Via De Togni, the tower house on Corso Venezia, the RAI and Ferrania palaces, the Littoria tower in Parco Sempione, the Pirelli skyscraper in Milan, the Cathedral of Taranto , Villa Planchart in Caracas, the Museum of Modern Art in Denver. In the field of design, the furniture, lamps and objects designed for FontanaArte are timeless, including some pieces still in production, such as the 0024, Bilia, Pirellina, Pirellone lamps and the table center of 1932.
Working with Axolight, for several years he has designed the Aibu and Hoops collections. The last one is an elegant and imposing metal suspension capable of illuminating, with direct and indirect light emission, and giving personality to any space. Knowledge of materials and transformation processes make Giovanni Barbato one of the most valuable lighting designers on the Italian scene.
Barcelona, 1967. He began his studies in architecture and in 1988 started working at the Miguel Milà design studio. The experience gained led him to to study industrial design at the Elisava School. In 1994, together with Juan Carlos Ines, he founded the Ines-Milà from which elements such as the Tutombas Pranha lounger, the Sillarga and Sicurta outdoor lounger and chair, and the Balensiya rocking stool are created. Later, together with Miguel and Micaela Milà, he formed the Milà Design. Outstanding projects of the group are the interior design of the period apartment of the Casa Milà and the Rama lamppost, with which he won the ADI-FAD Delta de Plata award. In 1999 he started working at Santa & Cole Ediciones de Diseño as head of the urban division, focusing on the development of new products. Since 2001, he has been working in his own studio making urban furniture, interior and exterior lighting, accessories and projects that favor the integration of wildlife in the city. Rigorous essentialist, his way of projecting is human, close and based on the fundamental importance of utility.
Harri Koskinen is an industrial designer, having received several international awards. He has studied at the Helsinki Institute of Art and Design (now Aalto University). Koskinen designs for many different brands and companies, across many types of items; from the furniture to the lighting, as well as such as industrial electronics and commercial packaging. Koskinen founded his company Friends of Industry in 2000. Koskinen is probably best known for his block lamp, a light bulb held within two shaped pieces of molten glass. For Showroom Finland he has designed an architectural wooden lamp "Ristikko".
He is the designer of the Tube, Flat and Pin collection for Vibia. He has collaborated with various clients both inside and outside of Japan and has been involved in all kinds of design projects ranging from household items to electronic devices. The Tube collection groups ceiling and suspension luminaires. The Flat collection groups floor, suspension, ceiling and table lamps. The Pin collection brings together different applications such as: wall lamps, floor lamps and table lamps. Products designed to improve the intimate spaces we inhabit and to update the tradition in interior design.
Ila Sergue & iuml; evitch Potemine is Russian. Better yet, it is talo-Russian: the original double agent.   You might think he's a designer.   He's actually an airline pilot.   The sky is your playground, the sun a revolutionary star, and you have only stepped on this earth for as long as it takes a rapid scale for as long as it takes to design the extraordinary lights that stand in total contrast to what the mainstream does.
Flashback: for a nanosecond Howard Hughes comes to mind. And Potemine has taken off again.   No law or order.   Except perhaps for Achille Castiglioni who was the original radical inventing the lights of the future at the time when creativity was tied only to time and space.   Ilia Potemine at just 30 years old is in the same vein.   Your ISP lamp is rooted in the very manifesto that defies classification.
Studied at the School of Industrial Design of the Cardenal Herrera CEU University in Valencia and carried out one year of internship at the University of Applied Sciences and Design in Pforzheim, Germany. Started his professional career in industrial design at the German studios Idea, Busse Design and Prodesign.
In 2001 he received the first prize for Furniture Design by Andreu World, several special mentions at the C & rsquo; DIM Furniture fair in Valencia, and in the contests & ldquo; 50 stick candies & rdquo; and Imagineering from Dupont. In 2008 Ritto's Acero product, designed by Inma at the Proddesign studio, received the Designplus award and was nominated for the Design Preis award in 2009.
The company works in the fields of industry, furniture and graphic design. The firm was only established at the end of 2010, but Boris and Aleksej have been working together for several years. In 1987, Boris co-founded Komplot Design, where Aleksej worked as an assistant for more than 11 years. This long and fruitful cooperation has allowed them to develop a shared design philosophy.
Jaime Hayon Spanish artist-designer was born in Madrid in 1974. His artistic vision was fully exhibited at the ‘Mediterranean Digital Baroque’ and ‘Mon Cirque’. These collections put Jaime at the forefront of a new wave that blurred The lines between art, decoration and design have also added a renaissance in subtly crafted complex objects within the context of contemporary design culture.
John Fearon and James Bassant teamed up to create Astro Lighting with a shared commitment to lighting design and a passion for British quality and precision.   Astro's creative ethic has been a constant & ndash; that good design requires simplicity. It all started in the basement of a house in Sevenoaks. Fearon and Bassant shared their passion for British lighting design; Even if it meant walking down a ladder to get to work!
Jan Plechac and Henry Wielgus met during their studies at the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague where they started out. your collaboration. After Plechac exhibited his thesis work at Salone Satellite 2011, called much attention from gallery owners and many well-known manufacturers. In 2012 they founded the study Jan Plechac & amp; Henry Wielgus.
Janne Uusi-Autti is the creator of the Pilke Pioni Collection. Pioni is a beautiful pendant with an organic shape that creates a soft and natural atmosphere in any home, restaurant or public space. Pioni lamps are made of fine birch plywood. Janne Uusi-Autti is a designer with an engineering and navigation background.
Jason Miller is a Brooklyn-based designer and the founder of Roll & amp; Hill.   Born in New York and raised in Darien, Connecticut, Jason's suburban upbringing influenced strongly in his early and more conceptual pieces & frac34; taped chairs and cracked vases, including & frac34; and continues to inform the elegant and historically rich work that has become his signature. Jason received an MFA in painting and passed He spent time in both the art world and the advertising world, but he soon realized that he preferred to do things rather than document them. His designs & frac34; like a mirror whose photographic surface evokes a painted landscape & frac34; still often reflects those early concerns, but each is a functional object, with some beauty and ingenuity. Currently, Jason directs both the Jason Miller Studio and Roll & amp; Hill from its headquarters in Sunset Park, Brooklyn.
& quot; A simple and accurate game. A game of colored surfaces. In a bright line, everyone imagines their own horizon and its colored lights. Fuzzy, contrasting, pure, rhythmic, cold, warm, erotic ... They all get lost depending on the situations and desires & quot;
Jean-Francois Crochet is a talented French product designer with many accolades to his name. In 1985, he met Sergio Terzani, and convinced She came to Crochet to work for her lighting company, Terzani, which has become successful and internationally respected over the years. For years before that, he designed fashion boutiques, night clubs, restaurants and bars. Bold and geometrically inspired, Crochet creates countless eye-catching lamps for Terzani that encapsulate rooms in magical lighting. Experiment with different types of materials and pay incredible attention to detail to create unique products.
Jeremy Pyles studied Fine Arts at the University of Texas at Austin where he discovered his love of photography and lighting. In 2003 he created Niche.   Frustrated with the lighting options available for his Manhattan home furnishings store, he and his partner there then teamed up to create the hand-blown pendant called the `` Stamen ''. The light fixture became swiftly into the store's most coveted item and in 2005 they debuted a line of 10 different lights at ICFF with a range of figures ranging from flattened spheres to glass bells. There are currently over 20 different pendant figures and a wide variety of chandeliers, each one designed by Jeremy and uniquely brought to life through a complex and exhaustive development process.
In 1988 he began to work at the company VAPOR S.A dedicated to the manufacture of minimalist lamps. Since 1992 he collaborates with various companies in the creation of new product lines: Roca, Resol, Marset, Mobles 114, Perobell, Santa & amp; Cole, DAE, Vilagrasa, Made Design.
Since 1996 he has collaborated very closely with the company Marset Iluminaci & n, dedicating himself to the development of new products and taking care of the company's product management.
His works have been selected on several occasions for the FAD awards.
In 1995 he obtained the first prize in the Furniture Competition of the Community of Castilla la Mancha and in 2000, the first prize in the International Competition of the Valencia Furniture Fair.
In 2001 he was awarded the Silver Delta for the Atlas series and in 2005 for the Neon of Light, both manufactured by Marset Iluminaci & oacute; n.
In 1996, Joana Bover founded Bover in Barcelona, Spain. Born from sketches on a napkin in a restaurant, the Bover brand now ships its diverse product profile around the world. Today, a team full of respected designers joins Joana Bover in creating new lighting experiences for everyone. Despite the continued growth of the Bover brand, Joana Bover has maintained the pursuit of her original vision. She believes in timeless design, a balance between quality and price, and upholding the rights of designers who painstakingly make Bover products.
Jonas Wagell is a Swedish architect and designer born in 1973. Wagell is widely revered for his modern product and furniture design that encompasses soft, minimalist forms with a welcoming expression. Former student of the prestigious Konstfack University College of Arts and Crafts and Berghs School of Communication in Stockholm, as well as as Parsons School of Design in New York City. is trained in graphics and printing, project management, communication, furniture design and architecture.
Studio JWDA was founded in 2008 and is Located in the old town of Stockholm, while recent clients and collaborative relationships stretch from Scandinavia to China, Italy and North America. Today, the work focuses primarily on product and furniture design, but occasionally the studio also consults with art and design direction. The studio's architectural work is perhaps best known for the Mini House prefabricated house concept, recognized by Wallpaper magazine, which named it the best. Wagell one of the "50 most popular young architects in the world" in 2008.
Joost van Bleiswijk is a prolific Dutch designer who places great value on the manufacturing process. grew up in Delft, and studied at the Eindhoven Design Academy.
His work references iconic designs such as grandfather clocks, high-back chairs, chess sets, and cabinets; Bringing these designs to a contemporary setting has marked Joost's work throughout his career.
A genuine fascination for the construction of the object, often revealed in the final result, is the starting point of his process. The workshop is where Joost engages in the experience of designing as an intensely physical act. The creative process unfolds in a rather instinctive and gestural way. Regardless of scale, the handmade and human touch remains at the heart of his practice and reinforces an intuitive and emotional approach to contemporary design.
His collaborations include brands like Moooi, Bernhardt Design, ICE Carpets, Secondome and Ahrend. In recent years he has designed for collectors, companies and institutions such as The Rijksmuseum, Design Academy Eindhoven, Venice Projects, Zuiderzee Museum, Noord Brabants Museum. He has exhibited in private galleries and museums around the world.
Jordi Blasi, did his internship in industrial design at the Eina school (Barcelona), has his own studio in Barcelona since 2010. He works for different companies in furniture, lighting and consumer goods.   Additionally, since 2012 he has worked as a reporter for the magazine & ldquo; On Dise & ntilde; o & rdquo ;.
Jordi Canudas founded his studio in 2007 in London, after graduating from the Royal College of Art with a Master of Art in Product Design. He is a member of the London collective OKAY Studio and in 2011 he moved his studio to Barcelona.
Jordi's work is developed starting from a conceptual base towards the prototype and testing with a very direct relationship with the materials. He applies this way of working in a wide variety of fields from product design, product development, art direction, interior design and unique productions.
Jordi Canudas' work is exhibited internationally and can be found today in the collection of MoMA in New York and the Die Neue Sammlung Design Museum in Munich. It has also been published in different international design magazines such as Wallpaper, BluePrint, Interior Design and Salon Magazine.
Jordi Llopis i Freixas is a Master of Arts in Furniture and Product Design from the Royal College of Art in London (1996-1998). He has consolidated his own design studio in Barcelona and since 2010 he has been a member of the Board of Directors of ADI FAD in Barcelona.
Each designer conceives design in their own way and Jordi Miralbell considered it as the art of solving the utilitarian through objects of human warmth.   Together with Mariona Ravent & oacute; s, he constituted a happy couple of design craftsmen, creators of wonderful pieces of lighting and furniture. After a business stage together, Jordi and Mariona shared with us the adventure of Santa & amp; Cole for over fifteen years, being authors, publishers and partners.
Industrial Designer based in Barcelona, focused on Lighting, Product Design and Architecture. Jordi Veciana obtained his degree in Barcelona but worked for designers like Massimo Vignelli and Ralph Lauren while living in New York early in their careers. In 1998 he opened his own studio in Barcelona focusing on Lighting Design, Hospitality and Retail Design. In July 2017 Jordi Veciana and Skye Maunsell founded Montoya, a professional nexus and network for creative communities.   Since then, both have collaborated on projects focused on Lighting Design, Interior Design and Architecture.
The kaschkasch studio was created in 2011 by Florian Kallus and Sebastian Schneider. The duo works in furniture, lighting and art direction for national and international clients.
Being a duo, collaboration is a crucial aspect of kaschkasch's work. The debate is key. Kaschkasch approaches design as a practical and useful component of life that conveys personality and character through the concept of restriction. Building on this approach to design, kaschkasch's formal language is a symbiosis of openness and beauty on the line between function and form. As a result, kaschkasch questions the established norms and offers new answers to the daily demand.
Florian Kallus and Sebastian Schneider share a "background" common that combines practicality with an academic education: both have a cabinetmaker training along with studies in product design. This versatility shapes everything that kaschkasch does, through traditional craft techniques and an attitude towards innovation, disruption and new technological solutions.
Katerina Handlov graduated from the Atelier de cristal at AAAD Prague (Prague Academy of Arts). He combines glass with different materials such as leather, rope or porcelain to create objects that mediate his personal experiences and his fascination with the world of Haute Couture (Haute Couture).   Katerina finds beauty in the quality of the craftsmanship, which explains her passion for detail.   She loves glass for its uniqueness, problems and advantages.   She is definitely one of the most talented young Czech glass designers and notable for her original artistic approach.
King & amp; Roselli Architetti Associati is an architecture studio that was founded in 1997 and is involved in activities ranging from planning, design and construction of buildings, to the industrial design sector. The constant object of his design study is high-end design quality at all scales, guided by the study of the close relationship between materials and new technologies, as well; as the mediation between handicraft and industrial production. The studio has extensive experience in the hotel sector, including interior space, exterior spaces and the union with public spaces.   King & amp; Roselli Architetti Associati include the design and planning of the construction of buildings, from the furniture, to the tender documentation, including calculations and terms, administrative practice support Through the Kit Design Consortium that is administered by the studio, ensuring the provision of all technical engineering and MEP services.
Copenhagen-based design studio Kroyer-Sætter-Lassen creates furniture and interior items for clients around the world.
Founded in 2016 by Mads Sätter-Lassen and Emil Kroyer, their honest approach to design results in logical, functional and sculptural objects that showcase their strong cultural understanding and design heritage. or Danish to bridge the gap between art and design.
Kroyer-Sætter Lassen began Their collaboration at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Design, where they graduated with their BA and later a Masters.
Their collaboration has grown from a give and take over art and design to the creation of existing projects. The duo recognize their differences and strengths, which allows them to approach their process from different character angles. Kroyer-Sætter Lassen engages with each other to search for new materials and perspectives in order to work in a subtle way.
Kroyer and Sätter-Lassen's honest approach is revealed through their consideration of material properties and tectonic details. They prefer to make a conscious decision to make a joint or assembly a visible design asset rather than hide it, staying true to industrial form.
Le Corbusier designed The Parliament Lamp for the Chandigarh Parliament in India. Floor lamp, adjustable double emission, in painted aluminum with diffusers in matt black and yellow, white and gray or matt black and red. Whitewash internal diffusers. Matte gray stem.
Lee Broom is one of the UK's leading product designers and a premium global design brand established in 2007. Lee Broom's highly original brand of luxury lighting and furniture designs is recognized and sold around the world. Lee Broom has won over 30 awards to date, including British Designer of the Year and the Queen's Award for Business presented by Her Majesty The Queen.
The Estiluz design studio directed by Leonardo Marelli was created in 1969. Over time, designers, mechanics and engineers joined Leonardo Marelli to create a team totally dedicated to the design and development of new products.< br />
The design studio formed by Lievore Altherr Molina is focused on product design, consulting and art direction for numerous companies, including Vibia. They have developed multiple collections of lamps for Vibia, including the Big lamps, the Brisa outdoor lamps, the Cosmos pendant lamps, the I.cono collection, with floor lamps , table and wall sconces, the Skan floor and suspension lamps and the Vol. pendant lamps, all of which are very suitable for use in spaces for public and private use and in all kinds of projects. of lighting.
Luca Mazza was born with art and aesthetic sensibility running through his blood. His passions and classical training have been expressed through theatrical roles for the Centro Studi Pirandelliani in Agrigento, chamber music concerts and jazz improvisation, an archive of historical events Illustrated and reworking of Greek literature. Took advantage of his creative streak, originally expressed through various disciplines, during his studies in Art Direction at the Accademia delle Arti e Nuove Tecnologie in Rome, where he perfected his style, the semantics and the semiotics of his work. He also won a scholarship, which allowed him; specialize in Multimedia Design. His multifaceted creativity ranges from visual communications and creating design objects to training recent design graduates; Luca Mazza's vision is passionate, dynamic, optimistic, deep and sensitive, delving into the classics while drawing attention to technological innovations. He has been steeped in Slamp values since 2006, when he converted part of the team as Visual Designer. After having worked on the stylistic evolution of the brand over the years, he became in the Creative Director in 2016.
In 2006 Luca Nichetto founded a multidisciplinary design studio in Venice, Italy specializing in industrial design, product design and design consulting. From the beginning, this study collaborated with a number of different brands and organizations and quickly expanded his influence beyond from the borders of Venice and Italy. Five years later, in 2011 Nichetto opened a second study in Stockholm, Sweden. This study was founded in response to a constant increase in the number of requests for collaboration from international companies with the work of the studio, as well as as if to expand on his initial focus on designed objects. Since then, the Nichetto studio has expanded into areas such as interior design and architecture.
L & Uacute; CID is an agency dedicated to product design located in Barcelona whose purpose is to design innovative products that stimulate, inspire and are useful for the consumer. Its young and dynamic team is committed to creating a relationship of trust and commitment to the brand.
Lucie Koldova is an internationally acclaimed Czech product and furniture designer. His collaboration with Brokis began in 2010 with the iconic lighting collections & ldquo; Muffins and Balloons & rdquo; who designed while living and working in Paris. Maintaining her position at Brokis as Artistic Director since 2014, she is the creative force behind the brand and is instrumental in shaping its product portfolio and image.   In 2018 it became at the first Czech designer invited to design the Das Haus installation for imm Cologne in which she presented their collections Puro Sparkle, Ivy, Big One, and Jack O & rsquo; Lantern.
The voluminous glass lights embody its charismatic and particularly elegant style, and soon established Brokis as an innovative producer of hand-blown glass lighting. In addition to developing increasingly novel and exciting concepts, Lucie Koldova has introduced significant technological and formal solutions that have allowed Brokis to go further. of the limits of hand-blown glass production.
Lukas Peet pursues his profession with an aesthetic fluency and sophistication that bears the mark of an alumnus of the Eindhoven Design Academy.
He has been recognized internationally in a number of awards and competitions, most notably for being the Winner of the Canadian Emerging Designers Award.   Their designs have been produced by international manufacturers such as Roll & amp; Hill.
Lukas brings to ANDlight a vast curiosity about objects, processes, materials and production techniques; brings a desire to challenge the familiar and normative, as well Like everything in between
In 2011, after well-meaning trespassing on an abandoned automotive facility in New Hampshire, I found myself on the run. with old industrial lighting fixtures. I took them I got home, rewired them, and moved on. I spent a few weeks taking pictures of them and creating a website, I finally let them go. loose on the internet.
Next thing I knew, one of the biggest interior design blogs I bought my work and immediately sold it. everything. With a sudden influx of flesh-and-blood customers from all over the world, it began. my tour – I dove I was headlong into the fascinating world of lighting design and never looked at it. back.
Culture and crafts. Manuel Vivian, a designer with long experience, is an unwitting guardian of the best of the Italian artistic and manufacturing tradition. He is an expert in craft production processes, in his creations he does not set limits to experimentation. Some of the most important historical Axolight collections are the result of Manuel's creative idea: Campana, Piel, Falda, Spillray, Hada, Aura, Clavius, Virtus, Polia, Marco. Vanessa, a talented daughter following in her father's footsteps, is the creative mind behind the Layers and Plumage collections, objects that seem to come from the inspiration and experience of well-rounded, mature designers, rather than the imagination and uncontaminated vision of a young designer, an excellent champion of a great family legacy.
One of the first graduates in “estetique industrielle” (industrial aesthetics) from ENSAD in Paris with a thesis on plastics, he was a pioneer in experimentation on different materials and contamination between technologies that have become distinctive aspects of his work. work. A man of the world (having lived and worked in Europe, North America, and Asia), and an eclectic designer, he is currently a consultant to a variety of companies in sectors such as lighting, decoration, and lighting. n, household appliances, sports, among others.
Marcel Wanders is a leading interior and product design studio located in the creative capital of Amsterdam, with over 1,900 iconic product and interior design experiences worldwide for clients private and premium brands such as Alessi, Baccarat, Bisazza, Christofle, Kosé; Corporation / Decorté, Flos, KLM, Hyatt Hotels Corporation, LH&E Group, Louis Vuitton, Miramar Group, Morgans Hotel Group, Puma among others.
Marcel Wanders' 30 years of design are celebrated in some of the most famous art and design museums, such as the Center Pompidou FR; Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, United States; Metropolitan Museum of Art, United States; Museum of Art and Design, New York, United States; Museum of Modern Art, United States; Pinakotheke der Moderne, Munich, DE; Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Nl; Oita Prefectural Museum of Art, JP among others.
Considered by many to be an anomaly in the world of design, Marcel Wanders has made it his mission to "create an environment of love, live with passion and make our most exciting dreams come true". This work excites, provokes, and polarizes, but never ceases to amaze with its wit, daring, and singular quest to uplift the human spirit and entertain.
Marcel Wanders' main concern is to bring the human touch back to design, ushering in what he calls the "new era" of design. of the design; in which the designer, the craftsman and the user meet.
Marcello Colli graduated of design and communication and subsequently worked as a freelancer in the design and fashion industry. In 2005 he started collaborations for the Italian market with some foreign design companies. In 2009, Marcello Colli started to collaborate with Maurizio Di Mauro Architetto and together they created a new internal division dedicated to industrial design and consulting for companies. The studio still collaborates directly with Italian companies in the furniture and lighting sector, both as artistic direction and industrial design.   Marcello Colli works as an interior designer and lighting designer developing interior design projects, from lighting design to creating custom products and lamps.   In 2018 began a collaboration with Xform, a design studio located in Reggio Emilia and Shanghai, creating a new branch of the studio entirely dedicated to lighting. In 2019, together with Xform, he started to provide consulting to some companies in the East.
Marco Zanuso was born in Milan, where he lives and works, he graduated in Architecture from the state of Florence, with an experimental thesis on radical architecture and its best-known references: Superstudio, Michele de Lucchi, Andrea Branzi, Ufo, Mendini and Ettore Sottsass.
As an industrial designer, he has collaborated with Memphis, Fontana Arte, Bonacina, Cappellini, Driade, De Padova and galleries such as Design Gallery in Milan and Galerie Italienne in Paris. It has also developed projects and experiments with small producers and artisans.
Margaret Howell is a contemporary British fashion designer who started out as a designer. he ran his business out of a modest flat in South East London over forty years ago. After graduating with a fine arts degree from the Goldsmith’ College in London in 1969 began She went on to make accessories that caught the attention of Vogue and other fashion magazines that encouraged her to venture into fashion design. This led to a partnership with Joseph Ettedgui and the opening of his first dedicated men's store on South Molton Street in London in 1976. Margaret Howell's first own store opened at St. Christopher’s Place, London in 1980. In 2002 the company moved It moved its London offices and flagship store to Wigmore Street, designed in collaboration with architect William Russell. The store sells the menswear and womenswear collections and is also used to host displays that draw attention to aspects of British design. In 2006 the Royal Art Society appointed Howell was awarded Royal Designer for Industry and was awarded the CBE for services to the fashion industry.
Design as the right mix between productivity and function, with an eye on form. Functional beauty is at the core of Mario Alessiani's design in which the focus is not on configuration but on how to mold, in order to obtain the greatest efficiency in the assembly phase. production and so that the object has the will to communicate with its aspects, communicating to people the way they are made in the most honest way. Raised by two architects in central Italy, Mario has always been drawn to his Richard Sapper Tolomeo lamp in his dad's studio. This passion became in his job after graduating from IED in Rome and working in London. In 2013, at the age of 24, he opened your own design firm. After being at an international level, he was selected among the best Italian creatives under 30 by Virginio Briatore and by Design People at Trienalle Milan.
& quot; My & # 39; cloud & # 39; Designed to illuminate the office (and why not the home as well) could be seen today as a prophetic allusion to Steve Jobs' vision of the cloud. ''
Massimiliano Raggi was born in San Marino in 1967 and graduated of architecture of the Politecnico di Milano in 1993. After a long experience abroad in the 90s as a designer and then as creative director of Habitat International, since 1999 he has lived and worked in San Marino as an interior and product designer, as well as as creative director. His love of detail, his continuous research and his innate curiosity have led him to the realization of interior design projects for both private and public spaces around the world and to the design of exhibition stands. and products for companies such as Sicis, Casa Milano, Contardi Lighting, Cooperativa Ceramica d & rsquo; Imola, Oasis Group, Room.
The Matthew McCormick Studio is a multi-disciplinary design house based in Vancouver, Canada. which produces distinctive lighting and art installations. Founded in 2013 by Matthew McCormick, the studio designs, manufactures and distributes McCormick's signature collections globally. In addition to creating a custom selection of sculptural lighting pieces, Matthew's product line is designed in Vancouver and created by a network of talented makers and craftsmen both locally and around the world – ; committed to bringing the best in craftsmanship to each piece that is touched by hand.
Miguel Arruda (born April 27, 1943), is an accomplished Portuguese artist, sculptor, architect, designer, and educator. His work is exhibited in national and international collections, especially in the Museum of Contemporary Art in Lisbon and the Centro Cultural de Bel & eacute; m, and includes two successful solo exhibitions held in 1966 and 1970.
He has recently added interior design and lighting to his artistic heritage, and his creations as well. like architectural work and research, they have been published in some of the most influential publications in the world. His studio Miguel Arruda Arquitectos Associados focuses on sculpture, architecture and industrial design, and has won competitions and awards alike.
Miguel Mil & aacute;, industrial and interior designer, inventor and bricoleur, started his career in the 1950s, being one of the pioneers of the discipline in Spain. Faced with the scarcity of resources at the time, he decided design your own design objects. Soon it started to produce them through his company Tramo (Annoying Work), remaining true contemporary classics until today. In 2016, the Ministry of Education and Culture awarded him the Gold Medal for Merit in Fine Arts.
I live on creativity, inspiration and innovation. I believe that lighting should provide lasting enjoyment. This is what Tunto is all about from the beginning: we create innovative lighting with soul, combining wood and true craftsmanship with the latest technological advances.
Daniel Vila (Sant Quirze Safaja, 1975) and Ester Pujol (Sabadell, 1977), industrial designers from the Escola Massana (Barcelona).
Daniel Vila previously obtained a degree in technical drawing.   After completing his training in 2000 as industrial designers and taking part in various seminars such as the Assidom & auml; n Fr & ouml; vi-Masana (packaging) and completing a postgraduate degree in design management from the ICT ( Catalan Institute of Technology), won an ADI 2000 Medal (Industrial Association of Designers) with the project & ldquo; Carro de vela & rdquo;.   Between 2002 and 2003 Ester Pujol studied a postgraduate degree in interior design at ETSAV. They founded Nahtrang Design in 2003.
In 2012 they won a Silver Delta & rsquo; 12 Award for the Pile product.   They are currently developing projects for national and international companies.
Neri & amp; Hu works internationally providing architecture, interior design, planning, graphic and product design services. He is currently working on projects in many countries. Neri & amp; Hu is made up of a multicultural team that speaks more than 30 different languages.   The diversity of the team reinforces the core vision for the practice: respond to a vision of the global world incorporating design disciplines for a new paradigm in architecture.
Born in Milan, Nicola Gallizia attended to the Faculty of Architecture at the Milan Polytechnic. From 1990 to 1999 he worked with Luca Meda as assistant for the creation of the image and product for Molteni & amp; C. and Dada who now works as an image and product development consultant.
Since 1999 he has participated as artistic director and designer of the Chamber group.   In 2005 he opened a CZ36 studio in Milan where he makes design and interior design plans. Design various lamps for the Penta company such as the Narciso in 2017.
As co-owner and creative director of Terzani, Nicolas Terzani defines his creative vision as a process rather than a specific design direction. Through experimentation with even the most familiar materials, Terzani invents new ways to use them.
Born in 1974 in Florence, Italy, Nicolas grew up in the creative culture of the Terzani family. Its style is emblematic of the Terzani brand, which is known for combining artisanal techniques and luxury materials with cutting-edge, experimental manufacturing processes. The results of this labor intensive practice are unique and expressive designs. Nicolas often designs with the global market in mind, that is, looking for products or objects that can be improved or that are missing in the industry. A graduate of the European School of Business in Paris, Nicolas currently lives in Miami, FL.
Their unique, original and meticulously handcrafted designs are constantly evolving.
After training at the Architectural Association he soon became In an original design force, his original narratives have been translated into many buildings, interiors and exhibits around the world, especially in the UK and Japan. His more experimental work has been exhibited in an art and design context, including exhibits such as ArkAlbion which was shown at the Architectural Association in 1984, Ecstacity at the same venue in 1992, Mixtacity at the Tate Modern in 2007, and Hypnerotosphere at 11 & ordf; Venice Architecture Biennale in 2008.
He is highly sought after as a lighting and furniture designer, collaborating with many Italian companies.
Nigel Coates was the Artistic Director of Slamp from 2008 to 2010.
Founded in Copenhagen in 2008 by Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen and Kasper Rønn, Norm Architects specializes in residential architecture, commercial interiors, industrial design, photography and art direction. The name, Norm Architects, reflects the group's emphasis on the importance of drawing inspiration from norms and traditions within architecture and design, particularly the Scandinavian design principles of timeless aesthetics and natural materials, and modernist values of moderation and refinement. Guided by these principles, Norm Architects produces design that unites materials and craftsmanship, while embodying beauty, history and most importantly timeless simplicity, where there is nothing more to add. or remove. Today, the group collaborates regularly with MENU, helping to drive the evolution of the brand and its product offerings, imbued with the same intrinsic quality as Norms creative direction: a simplicity that leads. bigger ideas. Led by body and mind rather than trends or technology, his projects explore ideas that not only look good but feel good too: architecture becomes thoughtful, minimalism becomes soft and visual matter assumes haptic qualities.
Oiko is a product designer focused on the transition to a circular economy and common benefit led by Jose F. López Aguilar, designer and industrial ecologist and by Salva Codinach, engineer and Product designer.
With a focus on user experience and the science of matter, efficient and competitive solutions are proposed that make people happier and that imply a more sustainable option for the planet.   This has been recognized by such prestigious awards as the Red Dot and the Green Product, among others.
The study was founded in 1990 during the workshop of the Vitra Design Museum, directed by Denis Santachiara. At that time Michal Fronek and Jan Nemecek were studying Architecture at AAAD Prague (Prague Academy of Arts).   Jan had a car and took them to the workshop in Switzerland, and that's how he started. a 25-year collaboration. They focus on industrial, interior design, and reconstruction of historic and industrial buildings.   Professor Michal and Jan currently run the Design Atelier at AAAD Prague, inspiring and influencing the generation of young Czech talents.   They have become ambassadors of Czech design.   His work has been featured in prestigious gallery collections and in museums such as the Metropolitan Museum in New York.
The work of the Office of Omer Arbel moves fluidly between the fields of design, architecture, sculpture and invention. Its own businesses are divided with a separate commercial platform for lighting and glassware (Bocci), and a research and development-oriented product design studio (OAO Works), in addition to its architectural office. However, the projects in one can be covered by another, questioning both the role of Arbel and the functioning of his finished product.
After studying at the Glass school in Nov & yacute; Bor, Ota Svoboda formed part of the Born en Bor design duo. In 2013 Ota Svoboda joined to Bomma. Being extremely skilled and talented, he soon became in the director of product development and in the main internal leader of new design developments. Participated in the technological progress of each collection. He combines his creative vision with glass craftsmanship and his technological know-how.
Venezuelan industrial designer Pablo Pardo has defined his career creating contemporary, sparse and utilitarian lighting that fosters harmonious relationships between people and their environments. In doing so, he has forged a design method that aspires to discover the essence of an idea, while always championing the user experience. Concepts left uncovered, their objects speak a universal language. Since it was established Founded in Pablo Designs in San Francisco in 1993, Pardo's studio has gained international recognition for its innovative lighting and home accessories. Many of Pardo's works have won national and international awards, including “Best Lighting” at the International Contemporary Fair ICFF in New York, the “Best of Competition” at the Neocon Fair in Chicago, “Best of the Year Winner” in Interior Design, the “Red Dot” Award, and the German Design Award, among others. He also has works in the Permanent Collection of the Museum of Modern Art in San Francisco.
Born in 1950, they graduated in architecture from the Milan Polytechnic. In the mid-1980s they founded the associated studio Luciano Pagani and Angelo Perversi, which deals, in an integrated way– architecture, product design, lighting design. Among the most important works of the studio, at the level of architectural design: the Roman headquarters of the editorial office of La Repubblica; the Corriere della Sera offices (Milan and Rome); the headquarters of the Gazzetta dello Sport; the headquarters of the Italian branch of Hewlett-Packard. The particular attention of the studio to the link between architecture and light, architects to create numerous projects for art galleries, museums and public buildings. In terms of product design, the studio collaborates with many big names in international design. In the year 2000 they designed the Thor family for FontanaArte, based on the original arched diffuser in blown glass. They won 2 Compasso d'Oro, in 1987 and 1998. Since 1999 they are professors at the Milan Polytechnic in the Faculty of Architecture, a degree course in Industrial Design. Since 2000, the studio continues to collaborate with companies from the world of design.
It can easily be said that Paolo Crepax was practically born in Murano glass kilns. Throughout the years, Crepax worked with internationally renowned artists and designers, who gave him the opportunity to develop his own creations, revealing the knowledge possessed by a person who works every day with a material as fascinating but difficult as glass.
Today Paolo Crepax is famous, thanks to his ability to work with glass and his creative talent, for being one of the few remaining master craftsmen who love this art form and are passionate about their work. Crepax definitely still enjoys creating new applications and solutions for lighting and household items.
Partisans is an award-winning architectural firm based in Toronto specializing in the integration of design and technology, invention and programming, culture and creative services. Led by Alex Josephson, Pooya Baktash, and Jonathan Friedman, the studio has a diverse team of architects, researchers, storytellers, entrepreneurs, builders, and cultural aficionados who are dedicated to one cause: high-performance, intelligent design that aspires to make possible the unlikely.
Paul Smith is a British fashion designer. His reputation is based on his menswear design, but his business has expanded into other areas.
His fashion company of the same name was founded in 1970 and has expanded to more than 70 countries, selling its products in independent stores, in department stores in luxury stores, or in shopping malls, as well as many other places. such as in airport terminals and in the e-commerce section of your international website. Some of their brand stores are renowned for their originality and eccentricity, including their much-photographed fluorescent pink flagship store in Los Angeles. Its collaboration with Anglepoise makes it part of our exclusive catalog of lighting collaborations.
Pepe Llaudet is a sensitive and intuitive designer and at the same time very direct, sincere and rational. His knowledge in interior design pushes him to create products for spaces, objects that are integrated into them and add value, whether functional and / or aesthetic.
Born in Canada, Philippe Malouin founded his study in 2009, after working several years for the English designer Tom Dixon. Its diverse portfolio includes tables, rugs, chairs, lights, art objects and installations.   Recently Philippe won the W Hotels Award for the & lsquo; Designer of the Future & rsquo ;, and the Wallpaper award for & lsquo; Best Use of Material & rsquo ;. Philippe teaches at the Royal College of Arts and is the director of the architecture and interior design practice POST-OFFICE.   Philippe lives and works in London.
During their studies and after graduating in architecture they began to work with the best companies, carrying out projects at national and international level and participating in a series of competitions. They also work in the furniture and design sectors with high-profile brands and in design positions, exhibitions, offices and warehouses, taking care of their image and graphic design.
Pio and Tito Toso have been honored with a number of awards, including first place in the Young & amp; Design in 2005 and obtaining the Good Design Award in 2009.
If there is any kind of thread that traveled Through the Life of Raimond Puts (1937 – 2012) then it must be that of technical engineering. The machine designer he later became developed this talent already at a very young age when he was playing with his Meccano toy box. Technical science has fascinated him ever since. During his technical education, he trained in in the trade of metallurgy and it was opened to him. a new world.
About thirty years ago it began. to build models from cheap materials such as iron strips, mosquito nets and paper. felt attracted by the challenges of making shapes and geometric models. Over the years he has experimented with all kinds of shapes and materials. searched for solutions to the practical problems he encounters with angel-like patience and determination. Over the years, his constructions became more refined, and by making use of the LED technique, Raimond found his own. an extremely productive combination. In his work he looked for the ideal integration of beauty and functionality. In his designs he always looked for the essence and created with minimal means, achieving maximum results.
In 2010 Raimond Puts won the award for the best Woonproduct of 2010 with the Raimond light.
Rainer Mutsch is one of the most successful, inspiring and long-standing multidisciplinary designers on the European scene. In his first collaboration with Axolight, he designed Orchid, a collection that includes floor, table, wall, ceiling and suspension lamps. Between modernism and post-minimalism, Orchid is undoubtedly one of the most popular lamps on the contemporary scene.
The designers Ramos & Bassols have been dedicated for years to the design and development of products linked to various sectors: kitchenware, lighting, home furnishings, contract, street furniture and products. For Vibia they have developed multiple lighting projects, among which we find the Alpha wall and reading lamps, the Duo and Domo ceiling lamps, the Flex table lamps for reading, the lamps for Micro and Top ceiling or wall, the Millenium bathroom lamps, the Plis Outdoor lamps, the Up ceiling lights and the Warm collection. A wide variety of lamps for all types of applications and areas to be used.
In 1996 Renato Toso, born in Murano; and Noti Massari, born in Venice, established an interior and industrial design studio together with their children Anna, Marco, Pio and Tito. They specialize in designing stands, displays, and designing work for exhibits and stores.
Rick Tegelaar (Rotterdam, 1986) graduated from with honors from the Artez Arnhem product design department in 2011. Since then he has been working independently from his studio and workshop in Arnhem.
As a materials-oriented designer, Rick's work is characterized by the use of very unusual materials, finding beautifully shaped new forms with an innovative approach.
Rick is interested in machinery and mechanical processes since childhood. This fascination with engineering, combined with his delicate sense of aesthetics, are reflected in his designs, which shed new light on undervalued materials and existing techniques.
Riley, a New Zealander by birth, plays a critical role in the product design process as Astro's Senior Designer. After specializing in Industrial Design at Massey University of the Fine Arts, New Zealand, his path took him to occupy different positions related to the design, both exhibitions and interiors, furniture and products. Currently, he serves as Astro's in-house Senior Designer, combining his passion for materials with his interest in manufacturing processes, as well as how these elements can be used. combine to create timeless luminaires.
In 1999 they established their studio as associates, specializing in product design. They worked with lighting and furniture companies and carried out projects for exhibition displays and architectural interiors. His creative quest seeks to define a "strong and identifying brand" that is also conceptually simple and therefore easy to understand. The result is an article of high quality, but pure in terms of functionality and appearance, immediate, essential, with a light and seductive design, as it appeals to our inner being to evoke emotions and familiarity.
In 1999 they became members of the Milan Industrial Design Association. Some of his projects have been recommended by the research group I.DoT '06/07, Italian Design on Tour, for being among the best works of Italian-made design. His Diadema lamp, manufactured by Vetreria Vistosi, was shortlisted for the 21st. edition of the Compasso d'Oro award by the ADI Design Index 2006.
He studied engineering at the Jaume I University of Castellón and graduated from the Elisava school in Barcelona in Technical Engineering in Industrial Design. Master in Industrial Design Management from the ICT-Center CIM-UPC where he wins the ADI-FAD medal for his project & ldquo; Carro de vela & rdquo ;. Also that same year he obtained the third prize of the Imagineering of Dupont for the project & ldquo; Free & rdquo ;. She makes this activity compatible with her work in the research area of the Elisava school.In 2004, she created the company Diba Product Solutions dedicated to product design and engineering, where new proposals are developed and closely collaborated with design. Adores, studios and leading publishers in the development of their products (PHB, Royal, Praesentis, Magix, Rocal, Vilagrasa, Marset, Pom d`or, DAE, Cactusdesign, Eddadesign, Altrodesign & hellip;). Make this activity compatible with teaching in Elisava's Master of Design and Product Development.
Born in France in 1976, Sam Baron graduated from in Design at the École des Beaux-Arts de Saint-Étienne and obtained a postgraduate degree at the Ecole des Arts Décoratifs in Paris. He is a freelance designer and currently heads the Design department at Fabrica, a communications research center in Treviso. He lives between Paris, Lisbon and Treviso. His achievements are represented by leading international galleries and leading manufacturers: Zanotta, Ligne Roset, Nilufar, Secondome and many others. It regularly produces beautiful and affordable collections for the public, collections that can be found in the catalog of La Redoute in France or Casamania in Italy. In 2010 he was chosen designer of the year at the Maison & Object.
Supervised in her graduation thesis by businesswoman and architect Carlotta De Bevilacqua & ndash; current Vice President of Artemide S.p.A. & ndash; Sara Moroni obtained her & ldquo; Laura Magistrale in Disegno Industriale del Prodotto & rdquo; (Master's in Industrial Product Design) with a specialization in lighting from the Milan Polytechnic in 2006. After graduation, she gained experience as a project manager and as a freelancer, gathering skills that led her to take a multidisciplinary approach to design: the only lever that can generate new ideas and create innovative projects.   Established his own studio in 2015 with the intention of dedicating himself to design and strategic consulting in different fields: product, furniture, interior, exhibition, lighting and communication. It currently cooperates with well-known manufacturers and recognized design studios offering design, technical, strategic, supervisory and coordination consultancy.
Sebastian Herkner (born 1981) and studied Product Design at HfG Offenbach University of Art and Design.   During his studies he started to focus on the design of objects and furniture, sharpening his keen sense for materials, colors and textures.
In 2006, Sebastian Herkner founded his own study. Since then, he has designed furniture, lamps and smaller objects.
Longtime, award-winning lighting designers designed the Rythmos, Shatter and Kwic collections. The latter is a strong and elegant collection that includes floor, ceiling, wall and suspension lamps in aluminum and blown glass. Was born observing the behavior of mercury. His creations are characterized by the great ability to combine form and technical functionality.
Servomuto is a design studio located in Milan.   Each Servomuto lamp shade is individually designed and crafted by local artisans by hand from start to finish.   Each design has a very limited production, ensuring exclusivity to our end customer.   Servomuto designs are made using the best materials and techniques, creating quality pieces that will stand the test of time.
Servomuto combines Historic and classic lamp shade shapes with contemporary prints and fabric pairing to create designs that feel familiar, yet modern. Servomuto adds warmth, character, interest, and a touch of high-end Italian flair to any interior.
The passion for Interior Design united to designers Alessandro Poli and Francesca De Giorgi more than a decade ago, in 2007. His background in Graphic Design and Architecture created the perfect synergy to push the boundaries of classic, minimalist Italian lighting design.
He has been Design Director of Anglepoise since 2003. started his illustrious career as a technical illustrator while doing his National Service. Later he created He built on his reputation as an industrial product designer and together with four partners founded the company. Pentagram which is currently an international design firm with offices in the United States, Germany and London. Grange's remarkable work spans half a century and his user-focused designs of British excellence have helped shape the parameters of everyday life for many. Not just everyday household brands like Kenwood, Parker, Kodak – and of course Anglepoise - They haven't gotten the Kenneth Grange treatment, but so have the 125 Intercity train, the Royal Mail regional mailbox and the latest London Black Taxi.
Sofie Refer is an internationally awarded Danish lighting designer and rooted in the Scandinavian design tradition, she considers respect for nature and the beauty of simplicity as two of the most qualities valuable in your designs. With esteem for tradition, Sofie likes to challenge perception and with curiosity and eagerness to explore the riches, generosity and extravagance of the environment she interprets them in her lighting designs.
Stephen studied architecture at the Illinois Institute of Technology and Product Design at the IIT & rsquo; S Design Institute, also attended to Columbia University & rsquo; s Graduate School of Architecture. After years in which he passed it traveling between New York and Europe as well as living in Tokyo and Milan, Stephen became into an independent designer at the turn of the millennium when famed Italian manufacturer Cappellini started to produce their first pieces.
Studio14 is the professional collaboration between designer Diego Bassetti and architect Andrea Panzieri. They met in 2005, when they both worked for the architecture and design studio of Bruno Rainaldi, RA. SIO An immediate human and professional connection was born. between the duo, thanks to their common understanding of the reality around them. In fact, both Andrea and Diego grew up in the same district, on the same street and in the same building: number 14. in 2010.
Studio14 is a multidisciplinary firm, specialized in architecture, interior design, product design, exhibition design, art direction and graphics, all supported by an excellent planning and organization team. ;n.
The studio has collaborated with leading companies in the lighting and furniture sector, such as Queriot, Marchetti Illuminazione, Dimensione Comunita', Casprini, Zava, ANFAO.
The DECHEM studio was founded in Prague in 2012 by Michaela Tomiskova and Jakub Jandourek. They met at the Novy Bor School of Glass where they both fell in love with the oldest synthesized material in human history. While Michaela continued He studied at the AAAD Prague (Prague Academy of Arts) and then worked as a teacher. for many famous design studios, Jakub followed suit. honing their skills in the lighting industry, specializing in glass finishes, technology, and manufacturing. Since they founded the DECHEM studio, they have focused on product design, paying special attention to glass.
Studio deFORM is an international design studio focused on product design, creative and commercial installations, and architecture. Founders Jakub Poll and V & aacute; clav Mlynar established the studio in 2011 during their studies at the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague and the Royal College Art of London. This award-winning firm has worked with a variety of high-profile and international clients and seeks to balance its work between commercial and independent creative projects with new and innovative approaches.   V & aacute; clav Mlynar also serves as Director & nbsp ; Creative by Bomma.
Studio Toer is a Dutch multidisciplinary design collective with a strong exploratory and experimental approach. Founded in 2011 by Castor Bours (1984) and Wouter Widdershoven (1986); his work pushes the technical and aesthetic limits of design within the world of applied arts. They create innovative light objects and installations and interactive experiences. The evolutionary elements and a suggestion of movement are always present in all his projects.
Studio Toer received garnered worldwide attention for its interactive installations: Cumulus, a self-contained umbrella that inflates into a cloud using solar energy. Fiet, a kinetic light sculpture that reacts to changes in its environment. And Shaped By Time, a watch that shapes itself. same over time. Studio Toer's projects have been on view at countless international festivals and are visible all over the world.
Multidisciplinary creative studio founded by designers Clara del Portillo and Alex Selma. Jewel represents the first collaboration between Studio Yonoh and Axolight. It is a small pendant, a harmonious synthesis between the functional needs and the decorative vocation of the lamp. Studio Yonoh is one of the most awarded design studios on the international scene today. Simplicity, character and innovation are undoubtedly the hallmarks of its modern design philosophy.
Studiopepe is a Milan-based Design + Architecture + Creative Direction agency founded by Arianna Lelli Mami and Chiara Di Pinto.
Considered as one of the belgian creatives more influencers, Sylvain was named Belgian Designer of the Year in 2009.
Both based in Toronto, Canada, designers Tom Chung and Jordan Murphy share an appreciation for honest, functional design and new solutions centered on the human experience. The duo share a keen interest in the history of objects and the ways in which existing concepts can be adapted and transformed to meet modern needs. Tom Chung, a Vancouver-born industrial designer, established He launched his eponymous studio in 2016. His work focuses on material objects and interior spaces, with an emphasis on connection and human relationships. The studio creates context-driven industrial design pieces for home, institutional, and public settings from Cast Sconce using a unique process that draws from contemporary culture and local industry. Jordan Murphy is a furniture and product designer who specializes in applying technical insight and curiosity to the creation of simple, thoughtful objects. While working to create useful and aesthetic pieces capable of enriching our lives, Murphy continually reimagines the way products are designed, manufactured and used to promote the relationship between the object and the user. The Cast lighting series is Chung and Murphy's first collaboration with MENU.
Character and modernity. Timo Ripatti is the expression of Axolight's renewal process in recent years. He is the creator of essential works, real drawings in space, as in the case of U-Light, and objects with a post-industrial, material and mechanically airship taste, as in the case of Cut. He is without a doubt one of the most intriguing and attractive designers today.
An emotional and interior architect, Tristan Auer designs beautifully sensual and unique interiors. His extremely rich and aesthetic vision finds its best expression in brightly colored lights and blends of the era.   From the H & ocirc; tel From Crillon and the Bains-Douches in Paris, to his prestigious works in private homes in London and New York, to Moustique Island, he operates in the style of a stage manager, his clients being both the main actor in his work and his co & ; Multiply in your tireless pursuit of elegance. As an ambassador of a certain & ldquo; art de vivre & rdquo; French, Tristan Auer combines his highly modern vision with his excellence in arts and crafts to propose a new definition of contemporary luxury.
Tristan Auer grew up in Aix-en-Provence. After graduating from ESAG-Penninghen he joined to the Christian Liaigre team, and then to Philippe Starckavant before founding his own interior design firm in Paris in 2002.
Tuukka Halonen is the creator of the original Pilke Signature Collection.   Studied at the Royal College of Art in London and worked for Habitat for many years. After returning to Finland in 2005 he founded your own design studio with the magical touch of plywood.
Umberto Asnago has dedicated his working life to the world of design and planning.
In 2006 Asnago, after having held important positions at Giorgetti Spa, became engaged completely with his role as a designer, becoming one of Penta's historical names.
Thanks to his vast experience and his refined box of creative tools, Umberto Asnago has been the creator of numerous iconic Penta collections.
Umut Yamac is a British architect and designer whose work is characterized by a multidisciplinary approach; exploring the middle ground between architecture and light.
Umut graduated from the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, in 2009 and established He launched his design studio in 2011 to focus on creating objects and installations that respond to both the user and the space through playful interaction and movement.
Often drawing inspiration from nature, conceptual ideas are tested through a hands-on creation process where the workshop plays a central role in the development and realization of each project.
Alongside his studio work, Umut also teaches and runs workshops at numerous design schools, including the Bartlett School of Architecture and Central St Martins.
Esther and Sam, both Eidhoven Design Academy graduates, are partners, both in life and in their studio. They founded their Eindhoven studio in 2014.
His favorite area of work is lighting. They work on their lighting fixtures down to the last detail. They don't just draw, they also prototype and create, they share their love for mechanics and movement. Their mathematical approach to design encourages them to avoid the obvious, to reinvent objects when they build. When asked what is what inspires them, they respond without hesitation: “Everything! We are curious. It inspires us to observe the world.”
Voon Wong (Singapore, 1963) and Benson Saw (Malaysia, 1974) meet while taking two apparently different paths. Voon graduated in architecture in 1995 in Singapore and later moved to Singapore. He traveled to London to attend the Architectural Association School of Architecture. Then it started. to collaborate with prestigious architecture studios, such as Zaha Hadid Architects. Benson graduated in Mechanical Engineering from Boston University in 1999. Their collaboration began in September 2001, on the occasion of the Designers Block London exhibition, where they had the opportunity to exhibit a series of their creations. That time also dates back to the birth of VWBS (now Viewport Studio), a multi-disciplinary design studio based in London, active both in the field of architecture and interior design, as well as in the field of design. of industrial design. Thanks to their different paths, Voon and Benson approach each job with a different perspective, ensuring a broad design vision.
Founded in 2009 by William Pianta after long experience as a lighting designer in public and private contexts, & ldquo; NAHOOR & rdquo; brings together the great Italian tradition of lighting design, renewing it with new technologies and with its own vision of making light.
With his work, the designer wants to tell us the uniqueness of each lamp that he has designed through an iconic mix avoiding what is unnecessary in order to give importance to the materials and highlight their material .
It's only five years ago that Xavier Ma & ntilde; osa rode Apparatu and in such a short space of time has managed to position himself as one of the most interesting potters of the moment. At that time he was installed in Berlin. Maybe gaining perspective served him well; to end up dedicating himself to what he had seen his parents do since he was a child and which he had rejected out of rebellion during his training as an industrial designer. What is interesting in his case has been the combination of both factors. His perspective and eagerness to experience as a designer plus the knowledge of the trade from the family environment.
What distinguishes Ma & ntilde; osa as a contemporary ceramist is fundamentally his audacity when it comes to mixing materials and exploring new formal expressions. Another issue that Xavier Ma & ntilde; osa addresses from the beginning, which is an obvious manifestation of his training as a designer and of his belonging to a digital generation, is the staging of his work. On the one hand, it is defined as a brand. On the other, it gives visibility to their work through a website and their participation in innumerable events inside and outside of Spain.
Ximo Roca (Valencia, 1958). Graduated of Applied Arts, specializing in Industrial Design in the 80's. Coordinated various design departments for companies that have been recognized for many years. In 1989 he created his own studio, Ximo Roca Dise & ntilde; o. This studio provides comprehensive services, including management, product design, graphics, and interior design.
His work has been featured in prestigious magazines and in national and international design publications.   He has been part of numerous exhibitions in Spain and abroad.
He was one of 15 designers chosen to represent Spain in the EURO DESIGN book published in Tokyo in 1993 and was nominated for the International Design Award in 2001, 2002 and 2003. He also received the Quality Award in Design at the 5th & ordf; Edition of the International Furniture Fair (FIM) for interior design in 2003. He was nominated several times for the National Design Award.   Among the companies that produce their designs are Andreu World, Chueca and Bonstil that have received the Valencian Award for Innovation in Industrial Design.   FIM Interior Design Awards. Corian & reg; Design Award 2006 Home Installations.   Finalist in the AEPD Design Awards. ADI FAD 2007 Selection.
Zaha Hadid, founder of Zaha Hadid Architects, was awarded the 2004 Pritzker Architecture Prize (considered the Nobel Prize for architecture) and is internationally known for her construction, theoretical and academic work. monkey. Each of his dynamic and innovative projects are built on thirty years of revolutionary exploration and research in the interrelated fields of urbanism, architecture and design.   Working with your partner Patrik Schumacher, Hadid's interest lies in the rigorous interface between architecture, landscaping, and geology as her practice integrates natural topography and human-made systems, leading her to experiment with technology. ; pointed ace. Such processes generally result in unexpected and dynamic architectural shapes.
Born in Rio de Janeiro in 1978, Zanini de Zanine grew up watching his father, Jos & eacute; work Zanine Caldas. Trained with Sergio Rodrigues, when he produced his first mobile. In 2002 he graduated in Industrial Design at PUC-Rio.
Starting in 2003, it began to produce solid wood furniture, with demolition pieces - columns, beams and posts of old houses - baptized as `` Contemporary Carpentry ''. Starting in 2005, it started to create a new line of industrially produced furniture pieces using controlled origin wood and different materials such as plastic, acrylic, metals and other parts of manufactured products. To represent this new line of furniture, Zanini created Studio Zanini in 2011.
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