Lamberti Decor

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The designer Marcello Pisani and the entrepreneur Agostino Vitolo start working together on LampOda. This project challenged them in choosing the right materials that could combine a slim shape, the functionality of an LED light and the historic and psychological memory that inspired the design. LampOda was shown for the first time on February 2013 at the "International Fair STEP 09 Fabbrica Vapore" in Milan; in March 2013 at ST'ART Intragalley in Naples and at the PAN Palazzo delle Arti Napoli during the Exhibition the Innocent.

Marcello Pisani is an architect, interior designer and lives in Italy. He graduated cum laude with a master's degree in architecture from Naples's "Federico II" University of Architecture, and furthered an additional degree in Interior design and architecture technology.
He taught Design at the Accademia Di Belle Arti in Sassari and in Carrara.
Currently he teaches Design and Product design at the Accademia Di Belle Arti in Foggia. He also teaches Virtual architecture and interior design at the Accademia Di Belle Arti in Naploli.
Marcello Pisani has always had a passion for contemporary art and design, an environment where he was born and grow up. The friendship and connection with notorious art critics like Gillo Dorfles, Keith Haring has influenced his vision and style.
Agostino Vitolo is an entrepreneur in the textile field. He was born in Naples where he currently resides. After a degree in Classic studies, he graduated in Economics. Since he was a child he has been working in his father artisanal shop where he learned the basic techniques to work with various materials like wood, metals and textile. Agostino is constantly inspired by new materials and his new project FUORI SERIE is an outlet for new jewelry, and design objects.
   
Michael d'Amato is an entrepreneur and designer with experience in biomechanics, medical devices, gene therapy and finance. D'Amato created the Fluid Ribbon Chair to help his brother's chronic back pain--aching after too many years of sitting still at the computer.
D'Amato has been curiously deconstructing and reconstructing the world around him since his early years in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. He studied microbiology, biomechanics and entrepreneurship at the Univeristy of Rochester, graduated in 1998 Magna Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa, and won the engineering design competition.
In the early part of his career, he authored over 20 peer reviewed publications on orthopedic polymers for biomedical devices and won 2nd at the 2005 business plan competitions for the Wharton Business School of University of Pennsylvania and Drexel University (Philadelphia, PA). D'Amato was an Industrial Design Society of America 2012 Northeast Design Dialog speaker. He was also an invited speaker at The University of the Arts (Philadelphia, PA) to discuss design and entrepreneurship.
In addition to the Fluid Ribbon Chair, D'Amato incorporates the importance of movement into his life and likes to surprise people with new ways to experience their normal lives. He can usually be found unicycling around Philadelphia or setting up slacklines to encourage people to try something new, to move their bodies, and to quiet their minds.

?Rock, roll, bounce, shift, fidget, tap, shimmy, sway, hip-hop and don't stop!
   
Antonio PioSaracino is an Italian-born Architect and Designer, living and working in New York and Italy. He graduated cum laude with a MA in Architecture at ´La Sapienza ´University of Architecture in Rome, where he worked as assistant professor of architectural design. For the following years, he worked with several Italian and US architectural firms including MassimilianoFuksas in Rome on the project for the ´Palazzo Congressi´. Since 2004, he has collaborated with New York-based architect Steve Blatz on interiors and conceptual projects. He has received many international award among which the American Architecture Award in 2007 by the Chicago Museum of Architecture, a four-time winner of the Future Furniture design competition sponsored by Interior Design magazine, New York. His projects have received extensive coverage internationally in the media among which the New York Times, Architectural Digest, Vogue, Dwell. He was also named one of the world´s 25 most interesting trendsetters byARTnewsmagazine, New York. In 2007-2008 Saracino was selected as one of the winner of the Europalia Festival Brussels, Belgium, to create a work celebrating the 50th anniversary of the European Union. Saracino´s designs and work have been shown in solo and group exhibitions in Rome, Venice, Trieste, Brussels, London, Athens, Moscow, Cordoba, Sao Paulo, Mexico City, New York, Washington, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Sydney. Saracino designed the 2010-12 Formula 1 World Championship trophy for ENI. He has been recognized as one of the Top Ten Italian Architects under 36-years old by the New Italian Blood award. In 2011 his work was presented in the 54th edition of the Venice Biennale. His design work has been acquired by the permanent collection of the Brooklyn Museum and the Museum of Art and Design in New York City and the PowerHouse Museum in Sydney.
   
Robert Evans is an architect who has practiced in New York City for 40 years and designed buildings throughout the United States and Asia, These projects have ranged from small single-family houses to large-scale urban office and institutional buildings. His buildings emphasize the intimate scale of the human hand and body, while utilizing contemporary materials and sustainable construction practices.

Mr. Evans graduated from the School of Architecture of Rice University in Houston, Texas, and is a Fellow of the American Academy in Rome. He has traveled extensively throughout Europe, where he was influenced by classical Greek and Roman ruins, the churches of Borromini, and modern buildings by Aalto, Moretti, and Scarpa.
   
The designer of the Rigo and Onda lines is the Roman architect Giancarlo Pretazzoli. Giancarlo has managed to combine pleasure with work, finding inspiration for his projects by travelling the world. On a quest to find superior steel craftsmen, he came across the Lamberti family and was fascinated by their technique and the location of the factory.

For the Onda line, Giancarlo was inspired by the Italian Vintage style of the post 60??s and created smooth and functional hands-on sculptures. In designing the Rigo line he focused less on the sculptural aspect and more on functionality with powerful dimensions.
   
Daniele Della Porta (Salerno, 1976). Traces of Filippo Alison's influence, his tutor during the studies in architecture, can be found in his designing attitude, which stands in precarious balance between the material culture and the poetry of everyday living, as well as in the ability of showing the beauty of a simple function. His work is dominated by the confrontation between the designer and the craftsman, the tie with the past and a stable presence in the present. This inclination is found in the design of furniture and accessories, as well as his understanding of art direction which is sensitive to entrepreneurial development based on the central role of the designer and the execution of a craftsmanship rooted in the local territory. Publications: Interni, Domus, Abitare, Living-Corriere della sera, Elle Decor.