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July 2015

Odo Fioravanti

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Odo Fioravanti studied Industrial Design at the Design Department of the Milan Polytechnic. Since 2003 he has worked as an industrial designer, also experimenting graphic and exhibition design. His projects received prestigious design awards. He taught in many design schools and academies: Milan Polytechnic, IUAV Venice, Domus Academy, Istituto Mar...

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July 2015

Pizzolorusso

Emanuele Pizzolorusso is an Italian designer based in Helsinki. His designs attempt to question and deepen the understanding of the relationship between a product and its users, together with a heightened sensibility towards their nomadic, urban and digital lifestyles. His creations are the result of a synthesis of new scenarios and uses. His work ...

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July 2015

Francesco Toselli

Francesco Toselli started his academic career in design at IUAV University of San Marino in October 2007, then he earned his bachelor degree in 2011. After some experiences in Portugal and England, he enrolled at the Politecnico of Milan where he achieved MA in 2014. He combined his academic career with several competitions and collaborations wit...

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July 2015

Alessandro Maffioletti

Alessandro Maffioletti aka alvvino, 1980, is a freelance art director and illustrator based in Milan. He studied design at the Milan’s Politecnico and at Birmingham Institute of Art and Design, UK.

He has worked in Italy and Germany for several agencies and design firms having a wide ranging experience in design and art direction for editorial...

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June 2015

RSW

Sven Rudolph, Carsten Schelling and Ralf Webermann started their collaboration in 2005 under the name DING3000, after having worked for renowned design firms such as Vogt & Weizenegger and Marcel Wanders. Rudolph Schelling Webermann (RSW) designs furniture, lighting and home accessories with strong and innovative concepts and an intriguing and humo...

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July 2015

PalomarLab

PalomarLab is Palomar’s creative division.

The creative staff members work side by side and share Palomar’s philosophy and its research orientation.

Direct contact with production stimulates the group’s creativity: the ideas multiply, but only the best pass the careful, coherent and rigorous selection to which PalomarLab subjects all its wor...

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