Cirripedes

For SomethingGood, the new brand I founded with friends and colleagues Zaven and Matteo Zorzenoni (check their websites, they do amazing things!), I designed three objects that compound the first collection, launched during the 2013 edition of Salone del Mobile of Milan. The Cirripedes series are small and helpful little blocks with a hole you

Nish

For SomethingGood, the new brand I founded with friends and colleagues Zaven and Matteo Zorzenoni (check their websites, they do amazing things!), I designed three objects that compound the first collection, launched during the 2013 edition of Salone del Mobile of Milan. Nish is a centerpiece with a central stem and a circular surface all around that provide space for

Pineapple

As part of Maison203 2013 collection of jewels, I designed two earrings, while Odoardo Fioravanti was asked to design two rings. All the jewels were designed to be produced through 3D printing technology, and Maison203 has been great in finding a way to create some colour effects, never seen before with this technology. This particular

Coquelicot

As part of Maison203 2013 collection of jewels, I designed two earrings, while Odoardo Fioravanti was asked to design two rings. All the jewels were designed to be produced through 3D printing technology, and Maison203 has been great in finding a way to create some colour effects, never seen before with this technology. This is one of the two

YaLog

Glass is always facinating. An ancient material, made of sand and fire, bent by human hand and breath, shows its double nature, liquid and solid, and keeps touching us, from its shaping to when it enters our houses. In furnaces I learned the meaning of labour, and the passion of people moulding it. I knew

Prototìpi at Maison203

In late 2010, I was invited by Maison203, to celebrate their new store opening in Treviso, to exhibit some prototypes of my products. This has been a great opportunity to show the importance of prototype making in the design workflow, even in this era of intense virtualization, the physical rendering is still the best and

Zellij

Modular room divider. The extremities of the modules can be fixed together, creating a 3D mesh you can attach to others to create large systems. The material choosen is an organic vegetable fiber pressed and sprayed with natural latex, even if another version has been successfully tried, made in felt (cheaper, but equally working). This