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Enrico Cesana graduated in architecture in 1997 at the Polytechnic of Milan, in the period from 1998 to 2004 working with two teachers rapresenting two professional experiences happy and important, from both a professional and personal, that the closer and closer to the world of design, and build on a career choice that he himself defines as love at first sight, love at first sight. In 2005 he opened his own studio in Liss, the field of industrial design and architecture, works for SpHaus, Ivano Redaelli, Gruppo Industriale Busnelli, ACAM, Cinova, Horizons, Olivieri spa, Alivar, Dorelan designs and concept store for Optique Corner by Randazzo spa, Optissimo by Randazzo Group, Next Peolple by Aureli spa and Samsonite. It is believed a designer at the company’s service, in the positive sense of the word: love to work on the uniqueness and character, and being different from each company, its task is to be able to read the DNA and do business projects aimed at enhancement of these values. To get a good result, between designer and company must establish a feeling, an invisible thread of understanding, which allows to understand at a glance, without words, to confront and fight to find the optimal solution that is a mix of design , product strategy and marketing, only then the product is to be successful. Follows two design methodologies: products designed for the business and then be able to immediately produce a result and characterizing products and innovative to ensure the identifiability and uniqueness in the market and thus the growth of the brand.
Luca Pegolo graduated in Architecture at Politecnico of Turin. He is a member of the Architects, Planners, Landscape Painters and Conservators of Turin district. He is member ADI and member Turn, the first Italian design community. He was secretary of Turn from 2010 to 2012.
He cooperates with different brands of furniture, lighting and sport equipment.
The design is developed in a climate of close cooperation and mutual exchange with the customer, in order to grant a result that meets his requirement, his structure and the market peculiarity he works in.
He believes in a constructive relationship of continuous growth with the companies ranging in different fields, gaining know-how and experience form each sector, in order to offer innovative solutions tested in other sectors.
OfficineMultiplo is an architecture, design and communication firm.
Founded in 2007 in Turin by Ettore Balbo (Industrial designer), Mario Cipriano (Architect) and Francesca Di Noia (Interior designer), it’s the result of a multidisciplinary approach to design problems.
The firm has worked with several companies, such as Italdesign Giugiaro, Pininfarina, Lavazza, Ferrero, dealing directly with a variety of projects for large international brands.
OfficineMultiplo believes that the best way to solve a design problem, in the field of architecture, communication or design, is to face it with an holistic approach and to studying it from different perspectives. OM considers architecture, design and communication as interdependent forms of expression, able to fuse together, inspire and support each other.
Whether it’s design of interiors or exteriors, public or private, products or furniture design, corporate identity or brand identity, OfficineMultiplo blends his knowledge and experiences to create unique solutions, from concept to realization.
Esther Albert and Eduardo Alcon decided to create Edeestudio in Valencia, Spain, at the end of 2008. They work together with multi-disciplinary training in the field of industrial design, graphic, multimedia, art direction and interior.
The idea of this study born from the joint concern for the design and creative motivation that this entails. Their main goal is focused on convey to the customer an innovative and original idea according to the requirements of the market, without forgetting its functional and aesthetic feature, involving themselves in all the processes of the project from its beginning to its development.
I loro disegni sono stati premiati:
2012 – Elle Decor Design Nomination
2015 – German Design Award Nominee
2016 – Golden A’Design Award
Maria Jennifer Carew
She was born in Cividale del Friuli in the 1984. In 2005 she moved to Milan and enrolled at the Politecnico di Milano where she takes a bachelor degree in Furniture Design, and after two years, the degree in Product Design. She makes practice of Marco Zanuso jr and at the Chiara Moreschi’s studio, and in the 2011 she wins the second prize at the ‘Smart Future Minds Award Milan’ with the project ‘Transeat’. From 2012 she works in Odo Fioravanti Design Studio and in 2013 she opens hew own studio taking her first steps as a product designer.
2008 – Mention at Remade in Italy
2011 – Second prize at Future Minds Award Milan
2012 – First prize at Design Smash 3D
2013 – Mention at International Design Contest Parise
2015 – Special Mention at Young&Design 2015
Busetti Garuti Redaelli
Busetti Manuela and Andrea Garuti know in 2002 while studying Industrial Design at the Istituto Europeo di Design in Milan. Since 2004, competitions and design for companies in various industries, table, taps, sanitary ware, furniture. Receive several awards, the “Project Selection Young” in 2004 on the occasion of the XX Compasso d’Oro ADI, won in 2007 the 1st prize in the Design of Liss Playing with Baby Belly project, sponsored by the Milan Triennale, in addition to participate in various events and exhibitions. Matteo Redaelli he graduated from the Istituto Europeo di Design in Milan. The streets cross each of the three designers in 2007, during the joint collaboration among a team of Design in Milan, and agree to work together on new projects combining their qualities and attitudes. Peculiar feature of their work is the careful research of technologies and materials, which are studied, revised and / or decontextualized for creating different combinations, giving life to objects with aesthetic features new and innovative performances.
After graduating at ISIA (Higher Institute for Artistic Industries) of Faenza with a thesis about the experimental use of paraffin waxes in lighting technology, starting from 2000 he collaborated with the designers Paolo Zani, Stefano Gallizioli and Matteo Thun in their design studios based in Milan. Since 2008 he has been working as an independent designer. He is constantly interested in deepening the meaning of interaction between human beings and objects and the affective and emotional relationship that develops between them.