Italian Designers ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡น (Page 6)

“When I was young, all we ever heard about was functionalism, functionalism, functionalism. Itโ€™s not enough. Design should also be sensual and exciting.” Ettore Sottsass
Evolving Designs of Arper

Arper is the epitome of minimalist elegance and its products are perfectly suited to all kinds of commercial environments. With a growing range, we take a look at the latest offerings from the classic Italian house. Colour blocking made cool With classic arching armrests and a mix of materials that are perfectly colour matched, the Arcos brings an art deco edge.Read More →

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He creates projects spanning architecture to decor, interior design, and bespoke collections using thorough territorial, material, and formal research as the cornerstones of his creative process.Read More →

Tacchini functional ottomans

Tacchini aspires to improve the quality of home and public spaces with its furniture. As a result, Tacchini is always analysing and improving its products and services with zeal, inventiveness, and accountability. Read More →

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Asti was born in the city of Milan. In 1956, he founded his design firm after graduating from the Polytechnic University of Milan with a degree in architecture. He was one of the founding members of the Associazione per il Disegno Industriale in the same year.Read More →

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Gaetana Aulenti (Gae, as she was known, is pronounced similarly to “guy”) was born in Palazzolo dello Stella (Friuli) and studied architecture at the Milan School of Architecture of the Polytechnic University, graduating in 1954 as one of two women in a class of 20.Read More →

Paolo Pallucco Tankette table featured image

He was born and active in Lissone. He founded Pallucco an awarding winning design firm.Read More →

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He created Archizoom Associati in 1968 with Andrea Branzi, Gilberto Corretti, and Paolo Deganello, which developed industrial and architectural designs and urban planning and was a notable Italian architecture practice until 1972. Read More →

Olivetti Lexikon

Olivetti is an Italian office machinery and furniture firm, located in Ivrea, Northern Italy. For a large part of itsRead More →

Virgule by Pucci De Rossi

Pucci de Rossi was an Italian designer born in Verona and trained with American sculptor H.B. Walker. Pucci de Rossi (1947-2013) is an unusual designer and artist. Jewellery, furniture, sculpture, painting: his works, visually striking and functional, refer to Arte Povera and the neo-baroque work of the Memphis studio. Read More →

Giorgina Castiglioni Italian Designer

Giorgina Castiglioni is an Italian architect and designer who studied architecture at Milan Polytechnic (1969). She is Giannino Castiglioni’s granddaughter, a famous sculptor, and the daughter of Pier Giacomo Castiglioni, an architect and professor. Read More →

Ribbon Chair by Franca Stagi - featured image

Her most famous piece was the 1967 Dondolo rocking chair made by Elco of Venice and became an Italian design classic. Read More →

Compasso d'Orro exhibition display

Aldo Borletti founded the Compasso d’Oro (Golden Compass) competition and the award for product aesthetics at the Italian department store La Rinascente at the X Triennale (see Milan Triennale) in Milan in 1954. In Europe, the award was the first of its kind. Read More →

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Franco Mirenzi is an Italian industrial designer who was born in 1942.Read More →

Marilena Boccato

Marilena Boccato is a designer from Italy who worked in Treviso and Padua. In 1967, Boccato began her professional career. She collaborated with Gian Nicola Gigante and Antonio Zambusi.Read More →

Aldo Cibic Apartment China

Aldo Cibic, a significant figure in the history of Italian design for over 40 years, recently discovered a new, muchRead More →

Fiat 127 featured image

He designed automobiles, taxis, and tractors for Fiat, lighting and appliances forย Olivetti, packaging for Form,ย Industrial Design, Style Auto, and Interiors, and wrote for Form, Industrial Design, Style Auto, and Interiors. He created the Parentesi lamp, which Achille Castiglioni finished in the late 1970s.Read More →

Masterpieces of Italian Design featured image

Masterpieces of Italian Design. Design in Italy has always reflected the national identity of the Italians themselves: sexy, stylish, and innovative, and with more than a touch of audacity. No other country takes design so seriously, nor treats its leading practitioners with such reverence.Read More →

Flavio Poli red vase featured image

Flavio Poli (1900 – 1984) was an Italian designer of glassware. He was born in Chioggia and worked in Venice professionally. He was born in 1900 and studied art at the Istituto d’Arte di Venezia before working as a ceramicist.Read More →

Associazione-per-il-Disegno-Industriale

The Association of Industrial Design (Associazione per il Disegno Industriale) (ADI) Since 1956, has brought together designers, companies, researchers, teachers, critics, journalists around the themes of Italian industrial design. It is the lead organisation of the development of industrial design as a cultural and economic phenomenon in Italy.Read More →

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Superstudio, which was established in Florence in 1966, questioned the modernist orthodoxy that architecture and technological advancements could change the world by producing alternative future visions in photomontages, drawings, collages, and films. Read More →