A mathematical design furniture collection
The F3 Collection may appear to have a simple design, but it actually requires meticulous engineering and high precision in order to achieve a never-before-seen stackability concept in rotomolding.
The collection’s various pieces successfully blend aesthetics and function, achieving sculptural lines that seamlessly flow from their shapes. The design was inspired by mathematical science, resulting in a unique combination of aesthetic and functional.
He was born in Lecce in 1966. He moved to Milan in 1984, where in 1992 he received a degree in architecture. I n 1993 he lived in New York City where he attended a movie -direction course at the New York University. In 1994, he was commissioned to design his first project: the “Anna Molinari Blumarine” shop in London. In the same year he opened his own studio in Milan. From 2000 until 2003 he worked as Art Director at Bisazz a, contributing in the international growth of the mosaic tile brand.
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