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All elements must harmonise together in order to get functional and pleasant objects. | Alpestudio


Q: Why did you get into Interior Design? A: We have a family artistic legacy (grandfather artist, father designer / artist) and we have always been spurred to express ourselves in creative ways.

Q: How did you start up your career? A: After we both graduated in architecture we practiced in some studios that dealt with interior and retail then, in 2006, we opened our own studio.

Q: Where does your inspiration come from?

A: We look for inspirations almost everywhere: movies, books, music, a great mix between pop culture and tradition.

Q: Can you tell us about a significant accomplishment or project that you regard as notable? A: The Antia chair, projected in 2014 and commercialised in 2015, has been the first one to reuse the welded steel rod in the design, taking back a great tradition of the '60s.

Q: Where would you like to see your company in 5 years from now?

A: I imagine it involved more and more in three-sixty all-around design projects worldwide.

Q: What project(s) are you working on at the moment? A: We are now working on new ideas for the 2018 Salone del Mobile in Milan and we have entered the world of jewellery, sketching some ring designs for an Italian brand.

Q: How do you think an Interior Designer should dress? A: Any way as long as it reflects his aesthetical taste.

Q: If you could design anything, what would it be? A: We’d like to design a yacht.

Q: What type of restaurant would you choose to go to for dinner? A: A restaurant that has a taste that mixes tradition and modernity.

Q: Can you give us a statement about Design. A: Shape and technology must be synergic in order to create objects that improve life of people.

Q: If you could describe your designs related to food, what would it be and why? A: It would be a fusion dish.

Q: What do you think of the design trends in the future?

A: I believe in the future there will be more and more competition between tradition and technology.

Q: Who is your favourite Designer and why?

A: Gio Ponti is a great master that measured himself with all kind of project, from handle to city.

Q: In which country would you like to have your project in? A: Japan.

Q: What element of a design is the most important thing to you? A: All elements must harmonise together in order to get functional and pleasant objects.

Q: What is your favourite cocktail?

A: Moscow mules and gin tonic. Obviously we also appreciate Italian wine.

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