Sergio Mori

Designer Lumezzane / Italy

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Sergio Mori
Sergio Mori was born in 1972. He attended the Istituto Europeo di Design in Milan, working alongside the architect Michele Capuani in the Crystal & Glass workshop. In 1998, with Piaggio, he won the 18th Compasso d’Oro award (Young designers section). Together with the architect Paolo De Lucchi, he coordinated the design project for Vermoda-Dismero. In 2002 he designed Libera for AV Mazzega. In 2003 he designed c4 for Bonomi and One for Flaminia ceramics. In 2004 he created the “percorso divino” installation for the Milan Furniture Fair and he coordinated “Fluid” with the architect Mauro Martinuz. In 2005 he won the International Award Grandesign. In 2009 he worked with NAPKIN, HOREKA, HOTECH and lastly with GEELLI. He lectures on Interior Design at the Accademia di Belle Arti (Fine Arts Academy) in Brescia.
Sergio Mori
Sergio Mori
  • Address Via Corsino, 27, 25066 Lumezzane | Italy
  • Tel +390308971837

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Sergio Mori was born in 1972. He attended the Istituto Europeo di Design in Milan, working alongside the architect Michele Capuani in the Crystal & Glass workshop. In 1998, with Piaggio, he won the 18th Compasso d’Oro award (Young designers section). Together with the architect Paolo De Lucchi, he coordinated the design project for Vermoda-Dismero. In 2002 he designed Libera for AV Mazzega. In 2003 he designed c4 for Bonomi and One for Flaminia ceramics. In 2004 he created the “percorso divino” installation for the Milan Furniture Fair and he coordinated “Fluid” with the architect Mauro Martinuz. In 2005 he won the International Award Grandesign. In 2009 he worked with NAPKIN, HOREKA, HOTECH and lastly with GEELLI. He lectures on Interior Design at the Accademia di Belle Arti (Fine Arts Academy) in Brescia.