What I want to express with my style is respect for the fundamentals of architecture and classic design in a contemporary key. My focus is on the details and the dialogue between the materials that must have a harmonious but strong contrast, to convey the idea with two words: rough & smooth. Subtle details.
Interview with Debora Grossi, founder of Deawarehouse: Hi, I'm Debora 27 years old and graduated in Interior Architecture. Currently Visual Store Designer in Golden Goose where between creativity and research I set up and dismantle the shops. Born and raised in the province of Cremona where between animal fields and healthy air I collected the values of simplicity. It is she who is my source of inspiration, the basis of every gesture and thought that cannot be lacking in careful attention to detail, which is essential for me to excite and to excite me. I studied architecture and always said I don't
Figures is a functional, creative studio, founded by Claire Cousseau and Gabriel Loirat, in search of material enlightenment, based in Paris, France. We have design and architecture background, we met in Paris after several international experiences in high-end fashion.
Hi, I'm Natalia and I was born in Colombia. I lived in the first years of my life on a small island in the middle of the ocean and then I moved to 2,600 meters above sea level, to Bogota, where I graduated in Art. The passion for sculpture and terracotta has always accompanied me, even in Italy, where I moved about 5 years ago (first to Faenza and then to Bologna) to specialize in ceramics.
I founded my studio when I was very young, in 2010, and I was lucky enough to work as an art director taking care of catalogs, stands and the image of some Italian and foreign brands. This was a great training ground for understanding the importance of the image that a product conveys.
I am a designer, I also deal with graphics, art direction and training and I created Le Morandine, a collection of objects inspired by Morandi's still lifes. Le Morandine, I would like to say, are not a simple reference to Giorgio Morandi's art, but a real relational design project. Through these “inspirational artifacts”, I would like people to create interactions, with each other, with things, between them and Morandi, between them and me.
We are Stefano Bassan and Gianluca Sigismondi (24), we graduated in Product Design in 2019 at the IED European Institute of Design in Milan. We started collaborating during the course of studies concluded with a thesis together. During the conclusion of the thesis we supported the CARA \ DAVIDE studio working on different projects, especially the one for Rinascente. From here was born the right energy that led us to create Finemateria.