Giorgio Zaetta was born in Feltre on 11 September 1962. Even today, despite his frequent contacts with the world, he lives in this ancient and noble small town. His experience as an architect and designer is mainly based on good education: the University Institute of Architecture in Venice (attended as student-worker and where he graduated in 1995) and the studio of Luciano Bertoncini in Treviso, with whom he collaborates extensively for over 20 years, dealing with design in this breadth of applications, from fornitures to motocycles. As a lover and connoisseur of contemporary ar he is deeply influenced by this passion, whose tangible signs characterize many of his works: the original and linear furnishing solutions, the exhibit spaces and the interior architecture dominated by space and light. Always cheerful and yet reserved, Giorgio Zaetta is pure. As an architect he is growing rapidly and creating some prestigious works, for both italian and international customers. He is a scrupulous designer, a perfectionist, with all necessary knowledge and know-how, who is committed, to the extent possible, to achieve the expected result. Whether it is a sink never seen before, an eighteenth-century tower on the sea in Croatia, a contemporary Swiss dweiling or an old Istrian boat to be brought back to life.