Max Dudler

Max Dudler was born in Altenrhein, in Switzerland. He studied Architecture at Städelschule in Frankfurt and at the Fine Art Academy in Berlin. After his first appointment at Professional Studio of Ungers, in 1992 he managed his own Studio of Architecture in Berlin, Zurich and Frankfurt on Meno. Stemming from more traditional works, Max Dudler’s Studio scope has extended by applying his own conceptual approach to contextual projects varying from city planning, infrastructure, reconversions, monumental protection, exhibitions, moreover projects of interior design.


Alberto Ghirardello

Alberto Ghirardello is a product designer from Vicenza and he is presently living in Milan, where he moved to acquire a specialism in industrial design at Milan’s Polytechnic after his degree in Industrial Design at I.U.A.V. in Venice. Here, after a few years of varied professional experience, in 2013 opens his own projectual design, taking care of 360° design, from graphic products such as packaging to illustration, collaborating with varied companies and institutions both Italian and foreign. His works have been published in many magazines of the sector and exhibited in varied events, such as Fuorisalone, Maison & Objet, Ambiente, Salone del Mobile, Roma Design Più, Abitare il Tempo, Macef, Hong Kong Design Week, DMY Berlin and at Triennale Design Museum.

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Marco Piva

The activity areas of Marco Piva Studio are Architecture, the Interior and the Industrial Design. The activity of the Studio varies from design in large scale for the development of touristic terminals to interior designs culminating in specific products for collective spaces. Marco Piva’s Studio realizes projects for hotels, tourist villages, congress centres, board rooms, exhibition galleries, thematic exhibitions and urbanistic scenography.


Mario Scairato

Mario Scairato (1989) lives and works between Milan and Paestum, the city where he comes from. He has acquired a degree in Industrial Design at IUAV/University of the Republic of San Marino in 2011. From 2012 he has collaborated like product and graphic designer with Giulio Iacchetti – with whom he has developed projects for Nike, Savinelli, Comieco, Nodus, Niasca Portofino and Surfer's Den. From 2015, like a freelance, he has designed for Alessi, Bear, Cotto Manetti, Internoitaliano and Moleskine. From 2017, he’s art director of Paestum Experience, a branding project created by himself that focuses on the promotion and the communication of the city of Capaccio Paestum.


Sovrappensiero Design studio

Sovrappensiero Design Studio was created in 2007 from the collaboration of Lorenzo De Rosa and Ernesto Iadevaia, both designers from Campania, in Milan. Recognized like the most emergent designers among the Italian panorama, through the years they have demonstrated to be able to approach  projects from different perspectives: experimental research but even from industrial production, limited series next to the world of art design, small functional intuitions, the preparation, the projects of interiors and the ones for companies. Cultural stimuli and the every day ones marry contemporary art and design so that the synthesis of Sovrappensiero starts to be recognized, respected and requested: today they collaborate with different realities of Italian design such as Porada, Bialetti, Mamoli, Vibram, Incipit, Corraini, WayPoint and Manerba, and not only with Milan’s Polytechnic and Bologna’s University.

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Alessandro Stabile

Alessandro Stabile (Milan, 1985) acquires  the degree of Design in Milan’s Polytechnic in 2007 and gets a Master in 2008 at School of Polytechnic and Design. From 2008 he collaborates with Giulio Iacchetti like a product designer and project leader in his own studio. In 2011 he founds his own studio in Milan. In 2013 he is selected from the Italian Institute of Culture of New York like one of the “Top ten Young Italian Industrial Designers”. In 2016 two of his projects get first and second prize in the “Young&Design” competition. He’s also a co-founder and art director of “Have a Good Tie” brand. He has designed and designs for Moleskine, Alessi, Internoitaliano, Triennale of Milan, Nutella, UnitedPets.


Massimo Russo

Architect, he takes care from many years of digital experimentation and his tigh connections with the world of design and architecture. His researches on new systems of spatial organization are inspired from the biological evolution of nature. He founds, in 1995, the Massimo Russo Architecture studio, winning many international competitions in France; exerts his profession with a concept of a design inspired from the creativity and innovation, resulting from the research and the constant experimentation of new conceptual language. From 2017 he is associated with Daedalus Architecture studio in Montpellier (France), intervening in the framework of the French monumental heritage of many masterpieces of contemporary architecture, integrated in historical fabric of value.