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Marco Autilio Industrial Designer

Marco Autilio, born in Sapri (SA) in 1988, grew up in Latronico (PZ), a small village in the Lucano hinterland, in the heart of the Pollino park.

The singularity of each place and the particularity of the environment that surrounded it, provided him with all the necessary stimuli to develop a keen
interest in Design.

In his family, he learned the basic techniques of masonry, cabinet-making, and the sartorial arts and therefore learned early to relate to the materials, the textures and the transformations preserved and handed down by the wisdom of the ancient crafts.

His innate passion for drawing, accompanied by a strong interest in videogames, constituted the backbone for a current familiarity with three- dimensional graphic communication as well as being open to contemporary languages ​​of visual arts and
related frontiers: the music of avant-garde and experimental research (from minimalists to techno-jazz through rock), video art and contemporary cinema.

In 2007 he attended the drawing course “Creative Moments” by the masters Cosimo Budetta and Giuseppe Antonello Leone.
In that same year, he enrolled at the Istituto Italiano Design in Perugia, where he acquired the theoriesand fundamental techniques for his professional
training.
He also participated in numerous competitions, as well as carrying out a series of internships in various architects’ studios, while continuing to work even in
small jobs of different nature in order to maintain his studies.

A turning point came with his participation in the Design competition for the 50th Anniversary of the Ellesse company, where, having placed first, Marco
obtained a critical internship at the company following his victory.

That is how, in 2010, Marco Autilio moved to London, where he continues to live today.
In London, he embraces the field of 3D printing, working at Myminifactory, and takes advantage of the use of 3D printers, as well as dealing with Industrial Design and Model Making for rapid prototyping.

As Product Designer, he collaborates with the company Scales & Models, specialized in the production of objects on private commission.

In December 2015, the “Lucciola chair” project was awarded an honorary mention in the eVolo VMODERN Furniture Design competition.

Today, Marco Autilio, as a Freelance Designer, has collaborated with international brands such as Google, Nike, Zaha Hadid, and Keith Albarn.

Matteo Stucchi Industrial Designer

Matteo Stucchi, born in 1992, graduated in Industrial Design, and started on the road of self-production, creating a collection of ceramic vases.

His Design is recognized by its unmistakable sign of balance between rigor and imagination: beauty and comfort are the keywords at the foundation of his
work, based on a new concept of living.

The real mission of his work is to arrive at authenticity, both by creating products with an individual character and by seeking a new way of
doing the industry.

His projects offer a sweet and generous presence.
They are organic and geometric shapes, characterized by a cheerful and colorful spirit.
From the design point of view, he feels very close to a futuristic and emotional approach, in which the method of analysis of the maestro Bruno Munari is
recognized.

Maximum characterization of the analysis for shapes and colors reflect the objective of his product.

Oxana Dudina Interior Designer

I am Oxana Dudina and I come from Siberia. I attended the Triennial Interior Design course at the Istituto Italiano Design in Perugia.

I graduated in July 2017 with a thesis on commercial design, with a transversal design approach.

After graduating, I returned to my city in Novosibirsk. In the following six months, I received various job offers from different cities in Russia.
I have recently accepted a job offer started working for The Prime in Moscow.

I represent two great Italian furniture brands and collaborate with architects and designers throughout Russia.

Giulia Ceccherini Fashion Designer

After graduating from the Fashion Design course in 2012, I started working for Intimissimi in November 2013.

I immediately found it interesting to interface both with the company and with customers, discovering every day that contact with the public is fundamental to understanding the progress of a brand and how much each collection meets the tastes of the public.

The essential aspects that contributed to my training were the following: attention to detail in the display of the product, its narration so that the customer could appreciate it in the limited time of a fleeting purchase, and the new collection presented every year at the international event of “Intimissimi on Ice”.

Over the years with Intimissimi I have been appreciated for my skills and my professionalism, without forgetting customer care: these qualities have allowed me to be known as a trusted person for giving new life to a significant brand like
Falconeri, unfortunately little enhanced in the Arezzo area.

Here I was able to train myself in the knowledge of yarns and machinery used for finishing the product:this has certainly expanded my skills and consolidated my role at the point of sales.

Simultaneously with my career path, I embarked on the adventure of Les Magdalenes, designing a brand of bags, backpacks, and wallets all on my
own: from design to the choice of leather, to the finishing of the product and retail sales throughout Europe.

Being an up and coming brand, I also needed to take care of the narration on Social Media: this passage has allowed me to tell of the creation of my
products and their use in the capitals of the old continent.

Giacomo Fodaroni Interior Designer

Giacomo Fodaroni, born on 10 March 1992 in Città di Castello in the province of Perugia, is an Interior Designer.

His father, a well-known craftsman in the area, transmitted his passion for creating to Giacomo as a child.

Giacomo studied at the technical high school Istituto Ippolito Salviani then continued to follow his passion at the Istituto Italiano Design specializing in Interior Design.

After completing his studies, and then an internship, he started working for a well-known and established company in his city where he continues to hold the
role of designer for retail spaces and point of sales, also dealing with the packaging of objects and POP structures of each material.

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