• Luca Nichetto •
El veneciano Luca Nichetto es uno de los diseñadores más reconocidos del diseño internacional. Nichetto inició su carrera profesional en 1999, trabajando para las respetadas marcas italianas Salviati y Foscarini. Más tarde, en 2006, lanzó su propia firma de diseño; Nichetto&Partners, mediante la cual difunde su profunda pasión por la unión de la fabricación industrial y la artesanal. Ambas se reflejan en sus diseños, acampadas del “Know how” de las culturas italiana y escandinava.
"Biomega bikes were one of the first bicycle brands that invested a lot in working with designers, exploring many different typologies, I really admire them for that. NYC bike is so simple, but with a little twist in the way that they treat the frame. It marries function and aesthetics very seamlessly."
"Even after 50 years, the work of Bertoia is still super innovative. Especially, when you consider the outline and the frame, and the perception of lightness he was able to put in a typology that was previously done in fibreglass, or upholstery only."
"I really admire Clara for all the work, and the trends, she was able to create—especially in the graphic design, set design and photography for HAY. The entire world is following her personal taste now! I love how she applies her graphic design approach to a 3D product, a skill perfectly illustrated on this Cirque lamp. For a very classic company like Louis Poulsen, recognised for classic objects, we find Clara’s pop touch on a typology that is typically done as a simple metal-spun shape."
"I actually own this bag, and I love it. It’s affordable, timeless, functional and doesn’t scream too much for attention. It also doesn’t need a lot of care, it’s light and most importantly—because I live in Stockholm where it frequently rains—I don’t need to worry about my laptop staying dry.”