Alternativastandard  Design Studio designer

Alternativastandard
Design Studio

A young firm established by Nicolò Padovani and Diego Coppiello, who both earned their diploma at the Scuola Italiana Design in 2006. They live and work in Padua. A young firm established by Nicolò Padovani and Diego Coppiello, who both earned their diploma at the Scuola Italiana Design in 2006. They live and work in Padua. They think out of the box, experimenting and relying on their creativity to create new and functional objects. Their purpose is not to amaze the crowds and upset the world, but to fascinate companies with products that suit their needs, but are always in step with the style that distinguishes them. They like to lead a design process based on mutual trust, on the exchange of ideas, on the development of real objects that offer not only an opportunity for profit, but also for the growth and betterment of both parties.

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Eddy Antonello designer

Eddy
Antonello

Eddy Antonello was born in Vicenza in 1982. In 2005 he earned his degree in industrial design and began his collaboration as a designer with the firm JoeVelluto, developing projects for industrial design products, installations and communication design. Eddy Antonello was born in Vicenza in 1982. In 2005 he earned his degree in industrial design and began his collaboration as a designer with the firm JoeVelluto, developing projects for industrial design products, installations and communication design. Concurrently, Eddy also works as a model-maker developing industrial products, interiors and entertainment venues, offering technical and stylistic consulting. He has won acknowledgments in national and international competitions, such as “Andreu World 2005”, “Idee per la luce 2005”, “Idee per il mobile 2006”, “Living in the box”, “Fiat500 want you”, “Re-Invent”. In 2006 and in 2007 he exhibited his works at the “Asap Store” in Milan, for the Opos competitions entitled “Transformer” and “Vecchio/Old”.

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Stefano Bottino designer

Stefano
Bottino

Born in Genoa in 1977, he earned his master’s degree in Industrial Design at the SPD - Polytechnic School of Design in Milan, under the guidance of Piero Lissoni. Born in Genoa in 1977, he earned his master’s degree in Industrial Design at the SPD - Polytechnic School of Design in Milan, under the guidance of Piero Lissoni. He has developed extensive experience, working for the Bonetto Design studio and designing several lamps for P&V Lighting in particular. He was a free-lance reporter for the web portal Design-Italia.it, for which he wrote several articles. Since 2005, he has collaborated with Luca Nichetto, designing projects for LuxCeramiche and EmmegiSeating. In 2008 he returned to Genoa where he currently works as a free-lance designer for companies such as Twils, EmmegiSeating, and P&V Lighting.

www.stefanobottino.it

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Alessandro  Busana designer

Alessandro
Busana

A graduate in industrial design from the Scuola Italiana Design in 1999, he continued his professional training in workshops for Rollerblade, Fila, Whirlpool, Alfa Romeo, Chicco, Roncato and Alessi. Since 2004 he has specialized in creative design focused on product design. A graduate in industrial design from the Scuola Italiana Design in 1999, he continued his professional training in workshops for Rollerblade, Fila, Whirlpool, Alfa Romeo, Chicco, Roncato and Alessi. Since 2004 he has specialized in creative design focused on product design. He has participated in national and international avant-garde exhibitions, (such as The New Italian Design 2007/2010 , Nazionale Italiana Design , Openhouse , Wonderful Water World , Made For China , DISCOVERING Temporary Museum of New Design ). His works have been published in the major design magazines. In 2007 and 2008 he joined the JoeVelluto group where he continued his research and experimentation into products and spaces. In 2009 he went solo again, founding Hole Design, a new research and concept development agency which has created products for some of the most significant national and international manufacturers such as Normann Copenhagen, Pedrali, Roche Bobois, and the Plust collection.

www.alessandrobusana.it

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Alberto Fabbian designer

Alberto
Fabbian

Born in 1981 in Bassano del Grappa (VI). In 2006 he earned his diploma from the Scuola Italiana Design in Padua, participating in various workshops for important Italian companies. Born in 1981 in Bassano del Grappa (VI). In 2006 he earned his diploma from the Scuola Italiana Design in Padua, participating in various workshops for important Italian companies. His passion for Street Art led him to develop illustrated works with a particular attention to detail and subject matter. In 2006, he began his collaboration with the JoeVelluto Studio (JVLT), developing communications projects and designing products and installations. In 2010, he presented Wood-Stock, a connection between an artificial industrial product and a more sustainable approach. He works as a freelance designer, creating networks between people, stories and know-how.

www.albertofabbian.com

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Chiara  Moreschi designer

Chiara
Moreschi

Chiara Moreschi was born in Savona in 1981. She studied Industrial Design at the Design Department of the Politecnico di Milano, and has worked as a designer since 2005. Following a number of professional collaborations, she opened her own office in 2008. Chiara Moreschi was born in Savona in 1981. She studied Industrial Design at the Design Department of the Politecnico di Milano, and has worked as a designer since 2005. Following a number of professional collaborations, she opened her own office in 2008. She collaborates with various manufacturers, developing the design of products, exhibits and installations, and is a graphic design consultant. She has lectured at many design schools and academies, including the Politecnico di Milano, the Università degli Studi della Repubblica di San Marino and Naba. Some of her designs have been selected for exhibitions in Italy and abroad, and, in 2011, she was selected by Persol Eyewear as a testimonial for the campaign “A Work of Persol”, which involved artists and designers from around the world.

www.chiaramoreschi.com

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Nichetto  & Partner designer

Nichetto
& Partner

Nichetto&Partners was founded by Luca Nichetto in 2006 in Porto Marghera, near Venice. He launched his own design firm, which specializes in industrial design and offers its services as a design consultancy. Luca Nichetto was born in 1976 in Venice, where he studied at the Art Institute. He later attended the Università Iuav di Venezia, where he earned a degree in Industrial Design. Luca Nichetto was born in 1976 in Venice, where he studied at the Art Institute. He later attended the Università Iuav di Venezia, where he earned a degree in Industrial Design. He began his professional career in 1999 when he designed his first projects in Murano glass for Salviati. That same year he began his collaboration with Foscarini, for whom he not only designed products, but also worked as a consultant on new materials research and product development (2001–2003). In 2011 he opened a second office in Stockholm, Sweden. Over the course of his career, Nichetto has been awarded a number of international prizes, including the Gran Design Award (2008), the Chicago Atheneum Museum of Architecture’s Good Design Award (2008), the IF Product Design Award (2008) and the Elle Decoration International Design Awards’ (EDIDA) Designer of the Year award in the Young Designer Talent category (2009), the Interior Innovation Award 2013; he was nominated by Elle Décor Italy as “Designer of the Year 2013” IMM Cologne invited him as “Guest of Honour” to create his vision of the home for the project “Das Haus- Interiors on Stage 2013”. He has held lectures and workshops in various universities in Italy and abroad, and has taught at the Faculty of Design and Art at the Università Iuav di Venezia. In addition to his participation in exhibitions in Europe, the U.S and Japan, Luca Nichetto has also been the subject of important retrospectives held in major European cities, including Venice, London, Paris and Stockholm, and has served as art director for a number of international design events.

www.lucanichetto.com

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Omri  Revesz designer

Omri
Revesz

Omri Revesz was born and grew up in Tel Aviv, Israel. In 2005 he moved to Italy and graduated from the department of Art and Design at IUAV university of Venice, where he later established his design studio. The studio’s work is committed on the research and practice of contemporary Design in different scale, and specialized in the development of projects in public spaces and the urban reality. Omri works with companies, architects, and public institutions and teaches Industrial Design at IUAV university of Venice.

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Huub  Ubbens designer

Huub
Ubbens

Born in the Netherlands in October 1964, Huub Ubbens graduated in Design from the Gerrit Rietveld Academy of Art in Amsterdam in 1992. In 1991 he served an internship with Studio Cappelli&Ranzo in Naples. Born in the Netherlands in October 1964, Huub Ubbens graduated in Design from the Gerrit Rietveld Academy of Art in Amsterdam in 1992. In 1991 he served an internship with Studio Cappelli&Ranzo in Naples. In 1993 he moved to Milan where he collaborated with several designers including Marco Ferreri, Andrea Branzi and Claudio La Viola. From 1997 to 2004 he worked for Artemide as the head of the design department, and from 2001 to 2007 was the art director of Danese-Milano. In 2005 he opened his own design studio in Milan. Over the years, Huub has collaborated with various companies such as Arte&Cuoio, BBB Bonacina, City of Milan, Danese-Milano, Escudama, Fiat, Gheos-Wappe, Hema, Labover-Corian, Malofancon, Marseille-Provence2013, Montina, Monumedia, SEAE, 3M. His products are part of important design collections and have important acknowledgments such as the Compasso d’Oro selection, the Reddot Award and Design Plus. He teaches and guides workshops at various design schools in Italy, France, Brazil and Russia, including: the Università d’Architettura Vanvitelli in Naples, the Università di Architettura di Milano Il Politecnico, the Università  la Sapienza di Roma, the Scuola Politecnica di Design “SPD” in Milan, in Italy; Sustentare school of design strategy, Sao Paolo in Brazil; EID in Toulon, the École des Beaux Arts de Toulouse and ENSAM di Montpellier, in France; CMA di Santiago de Compostela in Spain; Artfuture in Saint Petersburg, in Russia. In 2010 he moved to Montpellier, France.

www.huububbens.com

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JVLT  Joe Velluto designer

JVLT
Joe Velluto

JoeVelluto (JVLT) is a design and communication firm based in Vicenza. In 2002 it entered the competition “Opos Under 35” with “RosAria,” disposable rosary beads made of bubblewrap, the studio’s first official project which soon became part of several permanent design collections both in Italy and abroad. JoeVelluto (JVLT) is a design and communication firm based in Vicenza. In 2002 it entered the competition “Opos Under 35” with “RosAria,” disposable rosary beads made of bubblewrap, the studio’s first official project which soon became part of several permanent design collections both in Italy and abroad. The firm’s most significant achievements include: in 2005 the presentation of the book "Salefino: nuovi sapori dal design italiano", Editrice Abitare Segesta; in 2006, together with C. Morozzi, the organization of the communications project “Nazionale Italiana Design” concurrently with the development of a new brand called “CoincasaDesign”: the project won an honourable mention from the international jury of the XXII ADI Compasso d’Oro Award. Since 2006 it has developed exhibition design projects and installations; in 2008 the Coroitalia project “Saver” received a mention in the ADI Design Index. In November of the same year the studio presented the exhibition/event “UseLess Is More”–the very first interpretation of the concept of “Adesign”, which gave the title to the book published by Corraini. In 2011, the firm was featured in the solo exhibition “funcooldesign” curated by Oliviero Toscani, at the Triennale Design Museum in Milan. JoeVelluto (JVLT) currently works in the publishing sector for companies; it works as a consultant and in the field of artistic coordination.

www.joevelluto.it

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