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Angelettiruzza design
Silvana Angeletti and Daniele Ruzza design essential objects, capable of existing over time and able to relate to environments and people.
They have been industrial designers since 1994, when Guzzini put their Zazà coffee maker into production, still in the catalog.
They have collaborated with numerous Italian industrial companies in the sectors of furniture, lighting, furnishing accessories,
household appliances and bathroom furniture, pushing contamination and experimentation in the different areas but always within a dialogue with the project partners.
The aesthetics of their products come from the synthesis between function, attention to detail and knowledge of production techniques.
This concrete approach to design has always been the basis for teaching at the Industrial Design courses at the University of Ascoli Piceno (from 2012 to 2014) and at the IED in Rome (from 2010 to 2018).
Angeletti and Ruzza have been artistic directors of various companies during the years and today of BOTTEGA INTRECCIO, KALON and GLOBO.
They have been able to push companies outside of their "comfort zone", understanding their identity and productive know-how, promoting new types of products and research ideas on materials, techniques and, more generally, life needs.
Some of their design products are part of the permanent collection of the Chicago Athenaeum Museum and many others have been awarded the most important international design awards.
Awards that have confirmed product innovation, but also the ability to design in areas such as graphics or installations.
Busetti Garuti Redaelli industrial designers
Manuela Busetti and Andrea Garuti meet while studying Industrial Design at the Istituto Europeo di Design in Milan and they start individual collaborations with different studios of product and advance design. In 2008, they meet Matteo Redaelli and decide to start working together on new projects combining their different skills and sensibilities. They give life important project for manufacturing companies of different sectors, tableware, bathroom fittings, sanitaryware, furniture, etc…
Several awards won: 1st prize in the international competition “Playing Design” (2007), selection for the experimental project “Prime Cup 01” promoted by triennale di Milano (2008), selection for the “Young & Design 2014” (2014).
For CRISTINA Rubinetterie, Busetti Garuti Redaelli designed the Italy series (2017), awarded with the ADI Ceramics & Bathroom Design Award.
Makio Hasuike & CO
Founded in 1968 in Milan, Makio Hasuike & Co is one of the first industrial design studios in Italy. It is active in various fields and sectors of design, such as Product Design, Architecture , Exhibit design and Branding design. In over 50 years of activity, numerous projects have been developed for various Italian and international companies, in various fields, contributing to their success through innovative design solutions in terms of appearance and content. The founder of the studio is Makio Hasuike, a leading figure in the international scenario of product design, awarded in 2016 with the prestigious Compasso d'Oro Lifetime Achievement Award. Since 1999, after a few years of experience in London and Tokyo, Naomi Hasuike, an architect by training but also active in product design, branding and art direction, joins her father. For Makio and Naomi, the project must express authenticity and propose a key to understanding a simpler and more pleasant life by combining beauty with needs, thanks to the wise use of technology and through an ethical attitude. There are numerous projects by Makio Hasuike & Co that have obtained prestigious prizes and awards such as the Compasso d'Oro, the Red Dot Design Award, IF Design Award, Design Plus. Some of the designed products have also become part of the permanent collections of important museums, including the MoMA in New York and the Museo del Design of Triennale Milano.
Makio Hasuike & Co designed the collections: Esempio (1999), Diario, Rubinetto (2010), SX (2018), Thermo Up (2019).
Over more than twenty years of collaboration, it has contributed to the development of the brand image through numerous and primary branding design, set-up and architecture projects, including the design of the Milan showroom.
Mc2 Architetti Associati
ORNELLA MAININI, ROBERTO CAMISASCA
After graduating at the University "Politecnico" in Milan in 2000, they both began their carreer in the same year and collaborated to found the MC2 ARCHITETTI ASSOCIATI. During the first years the Studio focused its activity mainly on the sector of the private housing and interior design.
Since 2007 they have turned to a sustainable and energy passive design, planning high quality and eco-friendly public and private buildings. In 2009 they started a new design style in different sectors.
For CRISTINA Rubinetterie the studio designed King and Queen series (2011).
Danelon Meroni
Danelon Meroni is a design studio based in London and led by award winning industrial designers Claudia Danelon and Federico Meroni.
The studio creates human centered design to deliver products and experiences with meaning and personality.
It combines expertise in architecture, interior and product design and it boast great collaborations with important companies in different field, with a particular focus on bathroom sector.
DanelonMeroni perceive their role as a bridge between objects and people, therefore their projects aim for a universal design that talks through creativity to people rather than markets.
For CRISTINA Rubinetterie they designed the Beak series (2014).
Jean-Michel Wilmotte
Nowadays the practice unites in France, United Kingdom, Italy and South Korea, 240 architects, city planners, designers, museographers et interior designers from 21 countries, who are leading more than 100 projects in 28 countries. W&A has completed the Allianz Riviera stadium in Nice, the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, the London headquarters of Google and JCDecaux, the Russian Orthodox Spiritual and Cultural Centre and the start-up campus of Station F, in Paris, and is now designing the new American Hospital of Paris, the UN headquarters for West Africa, or the new training center of the Paris-Saint-Germain football team.
Since 2010, Wilmotte & Associés is one of the world's 100 largest architectural firms according to WA100. Wilmotte & Industries has collaborated with CRISTINA Rubinetterie for the design of Modul (2007).
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