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Angelo di Porto is a freelance designer from Rome, best known for how he manipulates raw materials. Angelo’s main focus is cutting edge design.|

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Designer Matali Crasset

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The original Coupé 3320/R lamp was designed by Joe Colombo, one of the most important Italian designers of all times. |

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Artemide 2016 - 10 Patents of Invention - with Carlotta De Bevilacqua: Vice President of Artemide - #fuorisalone #milanodesignweek2016

Fantini is best known for bringing together craftsmanship and cutting edge technology, as well as focusing on top quality design and constant material research. | The 100 Fontane: Fantini for Africa project Daniela Fantini, President and CEO of Fantini.

Starting young, Philippe Starck is the real prodigy of the design industry. Now at the top of his game, Philippe Starck is possibly one of the most eclectic designers around, always ready to amaze us. With him, technique and style go hand in hand: all of his designs (from the Olympic torch to the lemon squeezer, from the interiors of the Elysium to the limited edition Renault minivan) bring together good taste and sense of fun, as well meeting people’s effective needs.

Born in 1984, Norwegian designer Daniel Rybakken grew up in the city of Oslo, where in 2008 he set up one of his own design studio (an other one is in Goteborg). For Daniel, designing means bringing together art and design, his production ranges from limited edition pieces to art installations and even prototypes for mass production; this is precisely why Daniel has received a number of coveted design awards.

Matteo Thun & Antonio Rodriguez, designers of Nice for Fantini

Swedish designer Alexander Ahnebrink, who has worked and still works all around the world, from London to Milan, from Stockholm to Shanghai. In 2009, Alexander set up Aa Design, which ranges from product design, interior design and visual communication, as well as working in partnership with some of the most important brands in the field. |

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