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They deal with architecture, industrial design, graphics, art direction for companies and events.
Among their clients Antoniolupi, Biennale di Venezia, De Castelli, De Vecchi Milano 1935, Museo Pecci, Nastro Azzurro, Red Bull Italia, San Pellegrino, Styl’Editions, Triennale di Milano. They have won many prizes, among which Award Edida 2021 for the Borghi collection designed for antoniolupi, Adi Booth Design Award 2012 for stand antoniolupi, Nomination Edida 2020 for the Gessati collection designed for antoniolupi, Adi Booth Design Award 2019 category Research for stand Styl’editions, the Premio Donna del Marmo 2019, Best Communicator Award 2014, the First Prize at the Creativity International Competition “Swiss in Cheese”.
They are involved, in the University area, with open classes, workshops and they cooperate with the “Free University” of Bolzano, the Cried of Milan, the Ied of Florence and Rome; since 2017 they are coordinators and teachers of the first Masters in Design – Innovation and Product for High- Crafts at the IED Florence.



Paolo Iacchetti was born in Milan in 1953, where he still lives and works today. An established artist he exhibits in Italy, Switzerland, and Germany.
His works can be found in public and private collections in Europe and Canada.
He taught ‘Psychology of Form’ and ‘Colour’ at the Polytechnic School of Design in Milan, and ‘Psychology of Art’ and ‘Theories of Form’ at the Catholic University of Brescia.



Born in New Delhi to an Austrian father and Italian mother, designer Maria Christina Hamel grew up between Central Europe, Asia, and the Mediterranean. She has been firmly convinced of her design vocation since childhood. Her particular style originated from and was strongly influenced by her own multicultural and cosmopolitan background, ranging from her love of masters such as William Morris and the Vienna Secession to pop culture, and her meetings with the exponents of the Radical design movement in Milan and Florence, as well as her extensive travels.



Luca Dall’Olio is a graduate of the Brera Academy. His primary means of expression is acrylic painting, but his works also include screen printing, sculpture, and photography. His chosen media range from acrylic paint and gold leaf to lead, wood, steel, iron, and copper. His travels to discover the world and the most hidden places of his beloved Italy have always offered Dall’Olio endless inspiration for his art, as well as an opportunity to filter and reinterpret faces, landscapes, cities, and distant cultures.
He participated in the XII Rome Quadrennial and in 2011 was chosen to feature among the artists destined for the Italian Pavilion at the 54th Venice Biennale. His commitment to social issues has recently led to him working in art-therapy projects and workshops with disabled children.



Matali Crasset is an internationally renowned French designer. Since her training at the Ateliers- ENSCI in the 1990s, she defended design as a mixture of artistic, anthropological and social practice.
She works for a design of the creation, of the living and the everyday: how can design contribute to live together and accompany us in the
contemporary world? It is from this simple yet committed premise that she thinks and works “in motion”. For 30 years, she has been inventing her own unique path, nourished by the hundreds of projects she has carried out in architecture as well as in scenography, object design, furniture, public spaces and layout.
Her work is exhibited in cultural institutions in France and abroad, and it is included in the major design collections of museums, from the Moma in New York to the Centre Pompidou.



Carlo Galli is a visual artist who lives and works in Milan, who experiments with different everyday materials such as vinyl and adhesive tape.
He participates in different international art residencies, such as the Bag Factory in Johannesburg and Alternate Residency in Williamsburg, NY. In 2020, at the Karachi Biennale, he created a signal tape installation in Bin Qasim Park.
Between 2020 and 2021, he collaborated with South African curator and founder of Studio Nxumalo Musa Nxumalo, and completed projects with businesses such as Japanese company MT Masking-Tape, Milanese firms Indigital and Rossetti Group, aswell as Styl’editions, based in Emilia Romagna.

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