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StudioNotte

StudioNotte

Born: 2019

Hometown: Milan

Based in: Milan

StudioNotte is an Italian product design studio founded in Milan in 2019 by Luisa Alpeggiani and Camila Campos, who met at their master degree at Politecnico di Milano.
The two designers explore the roots of Italian craftsmanship and it greats masters, but also the possibilities that technology and new materials can give. The studio deals in particular with objects for the home, improving the spaces we live in. Pieces produced in small series, poised between their functional aspect and highly refined aesthetics that dialogue with unexpected matter. StudioNotte wants with its projects to establish a dialogue with the customer and with its observers.


6 works for sale

SiO2 complete tableware collection

StudioNotte, Italy

Tableware

US$ 1,447

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Oil & Vinegar Cruets (SiO2 Collection) by StudioNotte

StudioNotte, Italy

Tableware

US$ 352

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Salt and Pepper (SiO2 Collection) by StudioNotte

StudioNotte, Italy

Tableware

US$ 270

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Flower pot / Spice jars (SiO2 Collection) by StudioNotte

StudioNotte, Italy

Design Objects

US$ 298

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Sauce Boat (SiO2 Collection) by StudioNotte

StudioNotte, Italy

Tableware

US$ 294

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Candlestick (SiO2 Collection) by StudioNotte

StudioNotte, Italy

Design Objects

US$ 233

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More About StudioNotte

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What inspires you?

We love to explore worlds and fields not necessarily related to product design, to find new sources of inspiration. The intent is to open our eyes even in unexpected directions to take what good can come from unexpected areas.

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Describe your creative process.

The creative process begins with the desire to explore an area or with the need to solve small daily hitches. From there we proceed by spirals of reasoning and experimentation, until the path that will lead us to the resolution of the goal is defined.

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What are 3 words that best describe your work?

Care, play and experimentation

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Who are some artists that have influenced your work?

Olafur Eliasson, Wes Anderson and Alexander Calder

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What is the most important tool when creating your work?

For Luisa being able to shape the material,while Camila thinks about shapes using 3D modelling tools

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What is the best piece of advice you have been given?

The best advice we received as designers was surely never give up. It is a wonderful profession, but it is also a constant challenge.

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Where do you go for inspiration?

To inspire us we often happen to wander around the city aimlessly. We look, we listen, we use all 5 senses to open ourselves to possibilities to explore


Credentials

Education

Politecnico di Milano

Italy, 2018

NABA Milano

Italy, 2014

Istituto Europeo di Design

Italy, 2015

Exhibitions

Edit Napoli

2020

Awards

Design sustainability from Delft University

2019

Education

Politecnico di Milano

Italy, 2018

NABA Milano

Italy, 2014

Istituto Europeo di Design

Italy, 2015

Exhibitions

Edit Napoli

2020

Awards

Design sustainability from Delft University

2019

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