Shinobu Ito

Designer Milan / Italy

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Shinobu Ito
Designer. After graduating in Japan, at Tama Art University in Tokyo, she obtained a Master degree in Design Direction at Domus Academy in Milan. From 1988 to 1995 she worked in Japan for CBS Sony (Sony Music Entertainment), engaging in design and marketing activities. Since then she has been working between Milan and Tokyo as a consultant for important companies. She works also as a graphic and interior designer and is involved in marketing activities. She has a wide experience in the interior and furniture design, leading the projects from conception to implementation. Her attention to detail and her approach to design from a woman standpoint are features of her widely appreciated work much valued by her clients. Some of her pieces are included in the permanent collection of the Triennale in Milan. She has received various awards such as "The Good Design Award 2001" (Japan),"The Toyama Product Design Award 2001" (Japan) and the "ADI Design Index 2001, 2005" (Italy). Her work are also selected to the main visual of the Melbourne Cup 2007.
Shinobu Ito
Shinobu Ito
  • Address Via Brioschi 54, 20141 Milan | Italy
  • Tel +390284573680

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Designer. After graduating in Japan, at Tama Art University in Tokyo, she obtained a Master degree in Design Direction at Domus Academy in Milan. From 1988 to 1995 she worked in Japan for CBS Sony (Sony Music Entertainment), engaging in design and marketing activities. Since then she has been working between Milan and Tokyo as a consultant for important companies. She works also as a graphic and interior designer and is involved in marketing activities. She has a wide experience in the interior and furniture design, leading the projects from conception to implementation. Her attention to detail and her approach to design from a woman standpoint are features of her widely appreciated work much valued by her clients. Some of her pieces are included in the permanent collection of the Triennale in Milan. She has received various awards such as "The Good Design Award 2001" (Japan),"The Toyama Product Design Award 2001" (Japan) and the "ADI Design Index 2001, 2005" (Italy). Her work are also selected to the main visual of the Melbourne Cup 2007.