By long experiences in the world of the design and inner architecture, in 1995, a study, named Bizzarri Design, born. Main goal of Stefano Bizzarri and Claudio Cinti, the two designers that head the study located in Pesaro, is to give a new style to the project focused on industrial and interior design. In the same year took place several collaborations with differents companies belong to furniture industry, and the creation of first collections of objects and furnishings, designed for houses and contract world. After creating some collections (Mediterraneo-Biarritz) for Gasparucci srl (a company specialized in furnishing for house and contract), from ’96 to ’98, Bizzarri Design also take the charge of Artstic Direction, planning show-rooms and outfittings in Italy and abroad, and coordinating the buisness concept. From ’99, the study take the charge of Artistic Direction on behalf of the society Ideal Marmi Italia, setting up with it a process of buisness restyling starting from the research and design of new product; it led to the definition of a specific identity, to the qualification of image and to the purchase of new branches of buisness.
After attending a secondary school focusing on humanities, she enrolls at the IUAV, where she graduates in 2002. In 2003, she starts her business focusing on planning, building design (for both private and public use), historical buildings’ refurbishment and arranging. She has been cooperating, since the university, with professionals in Padua. She is now working on projects of one and two-family houses and of interior design, on the private field, and on projects of refurbishment and urbanization, on the public field. She has been cooperating with Artelinea since 2005 for developing our Monolite, Kimono, Regolo, Domino44, Incanto, Riga and Dama collections. She pays aparticular attention to the use of Opalite and Dualite.
Fabrizio Batoni graduated in architecture at Florence University. After making experiences in the world of industrial design and architecture, he founded his own studio in 1997. He has partecipated in architecture competitions and he has designed public and private spaces. Today, after having acquired experiences and methodology over the years, found space in his design different skills, ranging from product design, to interior architecture. The driving force of his activity is the desire to compete and get in the game constantly, keeping an eye to the needs of man and the environment that surrounds it. Always on… It’s our motto: we must be always on, always tuned in order to understand and to identify ideas and needs of those around us.
Noa Ikeuchi e Tommaso Nani
Mist-o is an Italian / Japanese industrial design studio. Established in 2012 by Noa Ikeuchi and Tommaso Nani, is based in Tokyo and Milan. The studio is a bridge across Europe and Asia and the work ranges from the design of furniture and small objects to spatial arrangements, from limited editions to industrial scale. Tommaso and Noa divide their lives between Japan and Italy working between the two countries. Even if their background is very different they found a common ground in the constant research to simplify the expression, combining their interest for lightness and delicacy with a rigorous and industrial-driven aproach. Mist-o is used to working with a geographically spread design team, understands both advantages and complexities of these relationships and believes that this collaboration benefits the project and the Client and also believes this working method enhances the understanding of the local culture in its broadest sense. Amongst their clients are Arflex JP, Cappellini, Ichendorf, Living Divani, Oluce, and Tod’s.