Italy is not only the famous for its high fashion and beautiful landscapes but it also the birth city of contemporary interior design, always presenting us with several durable and influential examples of luxury and unique design works, inspirations, Italian interior designers put our imagination and design taste in overdrive.
Meet and explore the key figures of this industry: Italian interior designers, who are the great ambassadors of Italian Design all over the world.
The works of Atelier Biagetti challenges the boundaries between disciplines. The Italian interior designers draw their inspiration from the world around them, from human behaviour and contemporary society’s greatest obsessions.
Founded in 2005, CaberlonCaroppi Italian Touch Architects studio wants to mix and share different experiences to create new concepts in hospitality design. From hotels, restaurants, and shops, to showrooms, stands and cinemas, the studio’s incredible design projects concentrate their research on atmosphere, lighting, materials and colours.
Cristina Celestino is a good example of a woman who decided to take the risky step of creating her own business and succeeded. Having been a good example of a woman who’s been in contact with the area of Architecture all her life and, therefore, with design as well, it would be no surprise that she took these areas by storm in Milan city.
Dimore Studio is a Milan based studio founded by Emiliano Salci and Britt Moran in 2003. The studio started as a small interior design studio as a cult place for only an elite group of experts, transformed over time into a globally celebrated phenomenon. Their research is mostly driven by their personal sensibility fused with an uninhibited yet extremely controlled eclectic approach resulting in precious and dreamy atmospheres.
Laura Pozzi is an inspiring Italian interior designer who has been working for design companies, art directors, magazines, and hotels, with a strong specialization in interiors, lifestyle and events. This Italian interior designer created Laura Pozzi Studio in 2003, a business which even to these days is focused on styling, interior design, set design and photo production. She plays a multitasking role in her company, working as a stylist, creative director and executive producer with its locations currently located in Follina, Treviso, Venice and in Milan.
Marco Piva is one of the best Italian interior designers who work in the fields of architecture, master planning, interior, and industrial design. The modern architect and Italian interior designer is deeply interested in material research and technology, and how to apply these elements in a way that informs the interaction people have with his spatial volumes.
Recognized as one of the most important and remarkable international modern architects and best interior designers of his generation, Matteo Nunziati is a great example of a design professional who’s had it for the arts since the beginning. The Italian interior designer was born in Bologna in 1972. In 2000, he opened a design studio in Milan called “Studio Matteo Nunziati”. His services include interior design projects, interior space planning, contemporary architecture, modern furniture with a unique design, lighting and covering supplier selection, on-site coordination.
From Milan, Studio Pepe is a modern interior design studio founded by Arianna Lelli Mami and Chiara Di Pinto, two Italian interior designers who believe in the art of creativity. Studio Pepe was founded through Milan Design Fair in 2006 and during all these years, the design studio built creative, understated, distinctive, bold, contemporary and timeless interior design projects.
Laura Sartori Rimini and Roberto Peregalli are the minds behind Studio Peregalli. Recognized as Top Italian Interior Designers, they reinterpret classical forms and project them toward the future.
Considered a pioneer of the international collectable design scene, Vincenzo De Cotiis creates one-of-a-kind and limited-edition projects by hand in his atelier. The Italian interior designer‘s interests in the passage of time and historical memory inflect pieces that combine luxurious materials with salvaged fibreglass, stone, and wood.
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