Working across design and art venues: Gamper’s practice engages in a variety of projects from exhibition design, interior design, specialist of one-off commission and the design of mass-produced products for the cutting edge of the international furniture industry. Martino has an abiding interest in the social aspects of furniture design. In particular, he has a love of corners and the multiple emotions provoked by the single right-angled boundary. Alongside this concern with underused spaces, Gamper also nurtures an interest in unwanted objects. Reworking furniture that has been dumped on the streets, he has created a mismatched family of objects. Some are beautiful and some pathetic, but all of it, even the most abject of pieces a euphoria inspired by the escape of destiny. For thr first outing of his exhibition “100 Chairs in 100 Days,” held in October 2007, Gamper arranged a collection of seats over two floors of large mid-Victorian house in London’s South Kensington.