Marzia Bandini (Sacconi)

Designer Florence / Italy

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Marzia Bandini (Sacconi) 1
Marzia Bandini (Sacconi)
In 2007, she won the Innovation & Design Award competition with the product Q3Pro by AEC Illuminazione. In 2004, she took part in the National Competition for a lighting appliance called Luci su Via Veneto organised by the Municipality of Rome – Department of Public Works and City Maintenance. In 2001, she joined ID Industrial Design S.a.s. as acting partner and worked as designer of lighting appliances, with focus above all on design up to the production of executive drawings for the start of production. She worked as a designer with the following companies: AEC Illuminazione S.r.l., Siteco Gmbh, Conchiglia S.p.a, Fabbian S.r.l., Masca S.r.l., Acrilux S.r.l., 3M Italia S.p.a., Osram S.p.a., Electrolux S.p.a.. From school year 1982/83 to school year 1999/2000 she worked without interruption as a teacher of Technical Education and Artistic Education at the legally recognised ”Pio X Artigianelli” high school. From school year 1991/92 to school year 1999/2000 she worked without interruption as Assistant Principal of the “Pio X Artigianelli” high school. In school year 1981/82, she worked as temporary teacher of Technical Education in the following state high schools: 2nd Scuola Media Statale Di Bagno A Ripoli and Luigi Pirandello. From November 1981 to February 1982, she worked for the Council Authorities as temporary designer Q.F.8th level (Presidential Decree 810/80). In 1982, her degree dissertation was published in the furnishing and architecture magazine, Gran Bazaar. In the period 1979/81, she took part in the exhibition of design theme models for the gallery “Memorie e Lughi del XX° Secolo” of Florence, of the Alchimia group of Milan. In 1979, she took part in the competition “Inventare una Copertina” organised by the magazine Modo for a travelling exhibition in Italy. In 1978, she took part in the competition “Annual Arango International Design Competition”. Her drawings and prototypes were exhibited at the Low Art Museum University of Miami. In 1975, 1976, 1977,1978, 1979, she worked for the ACI Public Body of Florence as a clerk.
Marzia Bandini (Sacconi)
Marzia Bandini (Sacconi)
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In 2007, she won the Innovation & Design Award competition with the product Q3Pro by AEC Illuminazione. In 2004, she took part in the National Competition for a lighting appliance called Luci su Via Veneto organised by the Municipality of Rome – Department of Public Works and City Maintenance. In 2001, she joined ID Industrial Design S.a.s. as acting partner and worked as designer of lighting appliances, with focus above all on design up to the production of executive drawings for the start of production. She worked as a designer with the following companies: AEC Illuminazione S.r.l., Siteco Gmbh, Conchiglia S.p.a, Fabbian S.r.l., Masca S.r.l., Acrilux S.r.l., 3M Italia S.p.a., Osram S.p.a., Electrolux S.p.a.. From school year 1982/83 to school year 1999/2000 she worked without interruption as a teacher of Technical Education and Artistic Education at the legally recognised ”Pio X Artigianelli” high school. From school year 1991/92 to school year 1999/2000 she worked without interruption as Assistant Principal of the “Pio X Artigianelli” high school. In school year 1981/82, she worked as temporary teacher of Technical Education in the following state high schools: 2nd Scuola Media Statale Di Bagno A Ripoli and Luigi Pirandello. From November 1981 to February 1982, she worked for the Council Authorities as temporary designer Q.F.8th level (Presidential Decree 810/80). In 1982, her degree dissertation was published in the furnishing and architecture magazine, Gran Bazaar. In the period 1979/81, she took part in the exhibition of design theme models for the gallery “Memorie e Lughi del XX° Secolo” of Florence, of the Alchimia group of Milan. In 1979, she took part in the competition “Inventare una Copertina” organised by the magazine Modo for a travelling exhibition in Italy. In 1978, she took part in the competition “Annual Arango International Design Competition”. Her drawings and prototypes were exhibited at the Low Art Museum University of Miami. In 1975, 1976, 1977,1978, 1979, she worked for the ACI Public Body of Florence as a clerk.