Giovanni Maria Malerba Di Busca

Giovanni Maria Malerba di Busca was born in 1959 in Milan, son of Italian father and Swiss mother. Strongly attracted to each expression of art, early age he devoted himself to painting, encouraged by experts and critics such as Oreste Marini and Gustavo Predaval. He is interested to sculpture and still as a student at art school, he spent a period in Paris in the studio of Emile Gilioli, French-Italian sculptor of international fame. After attending artistic high school he enrolled in IUAV University in Venice where he studied architecture. He subsequently earned then his doctorate in architecture at the Politecnico in Milan. He worked as architect and multifaceted designer for prestigious commissions and companies in Italy and abroad. In the various fields in which he worked, from jewelry design to interior design, his creations have been based on the uniqueness and preciousness of the materials used and on the deep knowledge of the peculiar crafting techniques. Today, his main interest is sculpture.

Franco Marabelli

Architect, designer, scenographer. In the ’70s he became a close collaborator of the fashion designer Elio Fiorucci, for whom he designed the stores in Milan, New York, L.A., Chicago and others. This is followed by numerous collaborations with major furniture companies – including B&B Italia, Molteni, Knoll International – as well as with major fashion brands such as Blumarine, Donatella Pellini, Benetton, Mariella Burani, for whom he creates the sets of fashion shows, commercials and presentations.

Olga Podolskaya

Olga Podolskaya graduated from the International School of Design in St. Petersburg and after that she studied interior design at Rhodec – London. She has been working on several private residences and in 2018 she completed her first hospitality project – a boutique hotel on Nevsky Prospekt in St. Petersburg. She also participated in the landscape festival “Imperial Gardens of Russia” in St. Petersburg in 2017, where her installation “Heart of the Garden” won the Festival’s award. In 2018, two of her designs – the Lighter 1930 chandelier, produced by Laudarte and the chest “Boy” produced by Cesare Ferrari Group – have been selected to be showcased at the Venice Design exhibition at Palazzo Michiel, in parallel with the Venice Architectural Biennale 2018.

Mingotti e Giordano Architetti

Based in the historic center of Milan, the architecture and design studio Mingotti e Giordano Architetti boasts an unprecedented vision that harmoniously blends history and modernity. Andrea Mingotti (Degree in Architecture at the University of Venice) and Filippo Giordano (Degree in Interior Architecture at the Polytechnic University of Milan) work on a variety of international projects, ranging from high-end homes to retail. Their clients include important names in business, industry, and the art world. Through constant experimentation with a wide variety of materials and by combining select, traditional techniques with contemporary styles, the studio creates design and architecture projects full of meaning and characterized by functionality and timeless elegance.

Brian Rasmussen

Brian Rasmussen was born in Ringsted (Denmark) in 1973. He graduates at the Royal Academy of Architecture in Copenhagen in 2000. As a first year student he wons the national student competition “Prisopgave København” (Denmark) with a project for a futuristic metro station. In 2002 he wons the second price in the national architecture competition “Christian D.IV’s Bryghus” and decides to open his own office of architecture and design in Venice, Italy. In 2004 he wins the international art competition “Targetti Light Art Award” which becomes a starting point for his career as lighting designer. From 2004-2006 he designs and develops a streetlamp for the city Ringsted, Denmark in collaboration with Louis Poulsen Lighting.

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