The meeting and the constant exchange of experience, tradition and innovation,
always turned to search the honesty of beauty in its purest forms,
It gives life to all Ichendorf objects.
Graduated at Milan’s Politecnico in 1985, she was professor assistant at the Architectural Composition course of IUVAC, Venice. In 1993 she begins her indipendent professional carreer in many different areas, working on architectural, interior and furniture design, corporate image, and design.
He collaborated with Matteo Thun and Partners for clients as Aprica, Gedy, Technogym, Leucas and Rapsel, in 2002 he joined the Armani Casa team. In 2006 he is art director for Natuzzi, creating its new collections. Since 2010, working as free-lancer in the field of industrial design and interior design.
Experiences in construction industry, yacht design, glass and furnishings design. An architect whose projects are mainly based on Technics in his elder meaning of Competence, Expertise, Art. Every object, other than to usability and formal values, has to be coherent to its materials and production processes.
Milanese, she studies industrial design at the Domus Academy. She cooperates with various brands implementing lighting, décor and furnishings designs. Among her illustrious exhibitions: Triennale di Milano, Saint Etienne Biennal, Inside Design Amsterdam, Seoul Design Festival and Moss Gallery, New York.
Designer in his wider meaning, her professional experiences are characterized by their multifaceted nature, which range in the great field of visual arts: from industrial design to filmmaking. She works with various companies, in 2009 she founds “Farinabianca” design studio together with Angelo Farina.
Matter, visual culture, marketing and sensibility are the elements which affect the style of the designer. Her work follows a vision that tries to reach the market without losing the design values and foresees and reinvents new functions and emotions through matter, sensations, memories, and interactions.
MANUELA E RICCARDO FORTI
After a training period in Ettore Sottsass and Enzo Mari’s agencies, they collaborate with many companies, working on furniture and furnishing objects design, interior design and the study and trading of historical design objects. In 2013 they found Spot, a gallery of modern antiques and contemporary design.
Noa Ikeuchi, Japanese, and Tommaso Nani, Italian, have a bond made of empathy and design, in which simplicity and rationality meet in a contemporary frame. The meeting and union of different meanings and symbols is at the center of their philosophy. Objects and relations arise from these encounters.
The attention and elegance in presenting their ideas is central in this partnership.
Giorgio Bonaguro follows his personal research in different fields of product design. Alongside product design Viviana Maggiolini works on interior design, with a curious look towards handicraft excellences.
Designer, architect and stylist, she works for the most important furnishing and design magazines. She is a member of a group of designer “Officina Temporanea” who, together with “Artigiani Officina”, create limited series items. She believes in a usability-focused way of designing
Trained at known design studios in Milan, in 2010 he started his own business designing furniture, lighting and exhibition design. In his projects he researches pure and essential shapes, develops products with precision and attention to detail, capable for dialogue with industry. He exhibits his works at the Triennale in Milan and he has taken part in the furniture fairs in Milan and Paris.
Graduated from Iuav in Venice in Architecture, in 2005 Cristina Celestino started working with a number of architecture studios, focusing her attention to Interior architecture and design. In 2009 she founded her brand “Attico” in Milan. She works at exclusive projects for individuals and companies.
Living between Tokyo and Milan, he earns national and international awards like Ida Design Award, Idot, Bruno Munari award, ADI index 2010, special mention Young design award in 2011, “the design of amazement” at Young & Design 2012. He also designed for Fontana Arte, Roche Bobois, Nava design, Serax, Shuji Nakagawa.
She graduated in Industrial Design at the Design Academy Eindhoven (HBO). She believes that designers role is observing with curiosity and criticismmodern society, finding new solutions that respect the environment and ourselves. Originality and usability are the key words of her approach to interior design: this is why her products are designed for a positive use.
After their debut with Philippe Starck, they found a design studio in Paris, expanding their activity to different creative fields. Born from the encounter of two sensitivities, their creations originate from their history, from their creative look towards the world and the changes they love to produce. They conceive objects with familiar appearances and poetic, unexpected elements.
& SVERRE UHNGER
Jenkins and Uhnger run individual design studios in Oslo. Jenkins combines his interest in manufacturing and materials with his traditional craft skills creating furniture and objects designed for interaction. Uhnger creates products that feel natural to the user emphasizing the inherent qualities of the materials and the production techniques.
Italian designer based in London since 2008, when she won The AHRC Scholarship to pursue a Master in Industrial Design at Central Saint Martins. Anna launched her studio in 2017, where she divides her time between external consultancies and independent projects.
is an architect with an MA in Design at Domus Academy. She was the right-hand collaborator of James Irvine for many years. She works as product designer, set designer and art director. Her approach is based on a continuous and personal interaction with clients and technicians.
STUDIO KLASS – MARCO MATURO & ALESSIO ROSCINI
In 2009 Marco Maturo and Alessio Roscini founded Studio Klass, an industrial design agency based in Milano. The studio works in Furniture and Product Design for italian and international well-known companies.
Born in Bologna in 1981, he has fallen in love with product design during his training in Architecture at University of Ferrara and at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen. He always rides his bicycle and sometimes flies his hang glider. After many awards in 2014 he has set his studio.
works as an interior and product designer in his Milan-based studio.. “Homo faber” of the design industry, Pietro experiments tirelessly and is committed to long-lasting explorations of major topics – such as art, music, geometry –, in an endless attempt to transform concepts and emotions into one-of-a-kind objects and interiors designed like a real scenography.
Japanese designer. Takeuchi established his studio in Milan in 2015 after working for Naoto Fukasawa for over a decade. In 2016 he received EDIDA Young Japanese talent award by Elle Deco Japan. Today Takeuchi is collaborating with major international brands such as Boffi, De Padova, Living Divani, Geiger / Hermanmiller and others for various design projects.
Based in Milan, he support his design activity through the constant research and experimentation of the materiality.An active and manual approach that leads him to touch, feel, work and transform the materials with his craftmanship. A child curiosity that brings him to research, by touching wiht hands, the intrinsic possibilities of materials.