After graduating in Industrial Product Design at the Polytechnic of Milan, I moved to London, looking for new job opportunities to broaden my cultural horizons. I spent a few years working as Interior Designer in one of the world’s most iconic department stores in the world before I was accepted to Central Saint Martins where I'm currently doing my Masters course in Industrial Design.
Having always felt that design is born from life’s difficulties, I wanted to face them hands on, building solutions that come from personal interaction with life experience.
It is a strong belief of mine that a relationship with other points of view is essential in making a good designer, in which the project is not the conclusion of a single stream of thought, rather, the result is a collaborative vision of the best possible solution. By doing this, we will never stop learning.
I approach problem-solving by improving the quality of our interactions with products, but not forgetting the aesthetic aspect of the objects themselves.
Design is a constant incentive to get involved in life. It is a way of understanding societies and so, even in our times of social difficulty, design will remain crucial to the human condition.
As long as we do not cease to desire, design will not cease to develop.
Here are some of my projects, some of them are patented. I hope you will enjoy them as much as I enjoyed designing them.