The Italian Rising Talents You Need To Meet!
We know and we’re sad. Maison et Objet is in its last days. The Paris trade show that had us fall in love with its interior design trends 2018 is going to end. But, there’s no need to not know the Six Rising Talents of Maison et Objet 2018. One of the most iconic trade shows of the year is going to make your head spin with beauty!
Every year, Maison et Objet bring along some of the best of design world into fame. The six rising talents of the year belong to one of the most iconic countries in Europe: Italy. Iconic landscapes, iconic food, everything about the country seems so fabulous as the talents we’re now going to present! The mentors, six leading personalities of the Italian design scene sponsored this six equally talented designers! Come and take a look!
FEDERICA BIASI NOMINATED BY ANDREA BRANZI
Andrea Branzi chose this talented young designer because of her “I chose Federica Biasi for her quintessential design and poetic ideas, which deliver subtle, yet very particular messages”. The designer that is a graduate of the Istituto Europeo di Design, has already worked with various firms. The designer focus on colour palettes, materials and finishes, the designer creates ceramic pieces, decorative items and textile products in honour of the Italian craftsmanship.
ANTONIO FACCO NOMINATED BY GIULIO CAPPELLINI
Antonio Facco, an inspirational designer is showcasing is “importance of time and our relation to it in today’s society. He will present a multidisciplinary and participative exhibition – featuring product designs, as well as interior projects –, to engage visitors in his singular metaphysical world.” The designer, chosen by Giulio Cappellini is the one to make an important part of Maison et Objet 2018 given his energy incorporated into every piece.
KENSAKU OSHIRO NOMINATED BY PIERO LISSONI
The young designer has already accoladed on his arm: First place for Design Report Award at the 2016 Milan Salone Satellite, EDIDA – Young Design Talent Japan in 2016, among others. The young designer, that has worked for Piero Lissoni for eight years, has with him the bridge between cultures. For this year’s interior trade show, the designer is going to showcase his most meaningful pieces.
MARCO LAVIT NICORA NOMINATED BY ROSITA MISSONI
“Marco Lavi Nicora’s work is entirely based on the proximity and dialogue he has with artisans, especially Italian artisans as he has always favoured the excellence of Italian craftsmanship.” The iconic fashion designer Rosita Misson explains, “Marco Lavit Nicora is a young talent, heir to a long line of Italian designers who have placed function at the core of their practice and who have learnt to use only the best materials and artisans our country has to offer to achieve that vision. I was especially moved by how light his pieces look, despite the fact that they are deeply anchored in classical design.” The iconic touch of Italian design in a French trade fair.
FEDERICO PERI NOMINATED BY LUCA NICHETTO
With his own studio, Federico Peri specialises in interior architecture and interior design. With collaborations with companies such as FontanaArte the young designer already has his limited-edition pieces displayed at the Milan-based Nilufar Gallery – including Shapes, a collection of lamps nominated for a German Design Award in 2016.
GUGLIELMO POLETTI NOMINATED BY ROSSANA ORLANDI
Currently living in Eindhoven, the young designer has a very special approach to design. A personal language, simple structures and elementary constructions are a perfect balance. With a “thinking by doing” philosophy, the designer has already pieces in the Design Museum Gent has recently acquired a prototype for his Equilibrium stool as part of their permanent collection.
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