Giuliano Ricciardi

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Giuliano Ricciardi
He approaches the design shortly after finishing high school practicing at the carpentry workshop of Gioacchino Salvago where he learned the basics and manual skills neededto work wood. after this learning experience lasting five years, noticed by Arch. Bernardo D’Ippolito and decided to improve and develop their professional skills, he joined to the staff of KinoWorkshop srl. as a draftsman, an experience that led him to pursue graduate studies in
Industrial Design.
He graduated from the University of Bari in 2009, in Furniture Design, with a thesis entitled “SB-1 - Study of modular wainscoting”, and later he founded d-Lab studio, a laboratory of ideas for interior and of product
design.
Acquired skills through various collaborations undertaken with architects, craftsmen and small/
medium businesses, but oriented towards customized products, in November 2012 it was awarded for
the project of “Tavolo Chiglia” to online competition “Tra le briccole di Venezia 2012” organized by Riva 1920
Industria Mobili. The following year, at the invitation of Arch. Claudia Pignatale (Owner of Design Gallery Secondome), he exhibit Tavolo Chiglia at Juice, a Fuorisalone event during the Milan Design Week 2013, alongside designers such as Sam Baron, Nigel Coates and Zaven.
Received several awards from design magazines and blogs of the reach of AD (N ° 387 - August 2013) and “Design Street”, he participated in the Milan Design Week 2014 as an independent designer presenting new concepts and projects to DIN - Promote Design in Lambrate .
Following this exhibition, Ypsilon was published in AD 401 and Goccia on Spanish magazine On Diseño 346.
Oriented to the use of wood raw material, limiting as much as possible the use of other materials, as in the
case of Tavolo Chiglia, over time he extends the range of materials of interest to approaching ceramics, metals and polymers, giving to his concept and products balance between technique and material.
Currently, launched self-production of furniture and accessories, he offers his expertise to collaborations with
companies.
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He approaches the design shortly after finishing high school practicing at the carpentry workshop of Gioacchino Salvago where he learned the basics and manual skills neededto work wood. after this learning experience lasting five years, noticed by Arch. Bernardo D’Ippolito and decided to improve and develop their professional skills, he joined to the staff of KinoWorkshop srl. as a draftsman, an experience that led him to pursue graduate studies in Industrial Design. He graduated from the University of Bari in 2009, in Furniture Design, with a thesis entitled “SB-1 - Study of modular wainscoting”, and later he founded d-Lab studio, a laboratory of ideas for interior and of product design. Acquired skills through various collaborations undertaken with architects, craftsmen and small/ medium businesses, but oriented towards customized products, in November 2012 it was awarded for the project of “Tavolo Chiglia” to online competition “Tra le briccole di Venezia 2012” organized by Riva 1920 Industria Mobili. The following year, at the invitation of Arch. Claudia Pignatale (Owner of Design Gallery Secondome), he exhibit Tavolo Chiglia at Juice, a Fuorisalone event during the Milan Design Week 2013, alongside designers such as Sam Baron, Nigel Coates and Zaven. Received several awards from design magazines and blogs of the reach of AD (N ° 387 - August 2013) and “Design Street”, he participated in the Milan Design Week 2014 as an independent designer presenting new concepts and projects to DIN - Promote Design in Lambrate . Following this exhibition, Ypsilon was published in AD 401 and Goccia on Spanish magazine On Diseño 346. Oriented to the use of wood raw material, limiting as much as possible the use of other materials, as in the case of Tavolo Chiglia, over time he extends the range of materials of interest to approaching ceramics, metals and polymers, giving to his concept and products balance between technique and material. Currently, launched self-production of furniture and accessories, he offers his expertise to collaborations with companies.