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Design 4 Interior & Green

One of our skills is the research applied to new materials and sustainability, also in relation to design solutions for private spaces.

“studiodna progetti” search for design solutions through innovation process, to create and implement new concepts of living space and/or product using a sustainable approach based on ethical design and human well-being (SDGs).
This projects, iconic examples, try to make sense to this research process through some concepts/ideas of design.

They represent a path of research on green materials, design and expressive qualities related to home furnishings. the forniture are ergonomics and made with sustainable materials and with a strong attention to detail (seams, textiles, inserts and shapes).

They are made with the following materials, combined with each other to allow the creation of objects suitable for mass production and not only craftsmanship: glass, steel, leather, carbon fibre, kevlar, metal, curved wood….

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Architect and Designer, he has been a member of the Professional order of Architects of Turin since 1995. In 1994, he founded the architectural firm "studiodna progetti" and in 2016 the microCITY group, which operates in the field of micro- regeneration projects aimed at studying new design dynamics of places and living. In 2017, he co-founded and was the scientific consultant for the "Living Design" area of the ICAF - Italy China Architectural Forum. For over twenty years he has been dealing with architecture, design and communication for <span class="il">private</span> clients, companies and public bodies, with particular attention to the issues of sustainability, accessibility and research applied to new materials. Together with a multidisciplinary working team, he coordinates the entire design process: from the early stages to the execution, including construction supervision and health &amp; safety management. He has been an adjunct professor at the Polytechnic of Turin and now teaches "Design of Sustainable Systems" and "Professional activity management" at the IAAD, Applied Arts and Design Institute of Turin. Since 2014 he has been a coordinator of the Focus Group Design of the Order of Architects of Turin, and has participated with the Foundation for Architecture in the advisory table of Turin Creative City of Design Unesco. As consultant for the Communication of the City of Turin, in the sector of Urban Restructuring Projects, he participated for a few years, until 2006 in the city’s "Progetto Speciale Spina Centrale". In recent years he has specialized in systems, technologies and solutions for the design and construction of dry buildings, mainly in wood, with high-energy performance. Sensitive to the issues of "Zero soil consumption", reuse and densification, he concentrates his professional and research activity on urban regeneration projects, with actions aimed at developing social and participatory "networks".
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