Since 2011, Federico Peri is a Milan based interior & product design studio. The projects range from retail concept, commercial spaces, private homes to furniture design.
Working with authentic materials, aged, that tell a story of craftsmanship isn’t simply a standard of beauty but represent a real design-belief by which the studio starts any kind of project, whether it is furniture, installation or interior.
– 2019, Architectural Digest Italy, SEVEN for the FUTURE
– 2018, “Rising Talent Awards” at Maison & Objet
– 2017, Candidates as “Best Emerging Designer” at the Milan Furniture Fair
– 2016, Nominated at German Design Awards – Shapes lighting collection
Davide Monopoli was born 1987 in Italy. He studied Industrial Design at the the Higher Institute for Artistic Industries in Florence.He started working as a motion and set design for an Italian television broadcast before joining pulpo to be part of the creative team in 2015.
Ferriani.sbolgi is a design studio focused on product, furniture and surface design, established in 2019 in Florence by Marco Ferriani and Sara Sbolgi.
Their design approach is based on researching and collecting ideas and inspirations in various areas, ranging from art, to architecture, or traditional craftsmanship.
Each new design is seen as an opportunity for experimentation, and they ascribe fundamental importance to finding materials and ideas that will add value to their final design.
ALTER EGO STUDIO
Natalia Komarova was born in 1990 in Russia. She is the founder of the ALTER EGO design studio, based in Saint Petersburg. The studio specializes in furniture and interior design, and is the winner of international design awards, including the Gold A’Design Award& Competition (Italy) and Gold European product design award (Belgium). The philosophy of her work is based on the idea of creating furniture alive. That is why in her works there are a lot of rhythms, bends, rotations and curves.
Bernhardt & Vella
Bernhardt-Vella was founded in 2008 by the German designer Ellen Bernhardt and the Italian interior designer Paola Vella. The firm is based in Milan.
Their starting point is research as a maieutic process, they take cues that can come from the art world, from the masters of the past as well as from architecture, and from this starting point they create their style, a recognizable style, but always personal.
Therefore they prefer flexible products that can blend and cohabit in harmony with other pieces of different eras. To achieve this goal they discuss and work with four hands, amplifying the creative leverage that derives from their different cultural backgrounds.