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A design(ed) evening

London Design Festival 2014

A design(ed) evening
Image courtesy of Matteo Fogale & Laetitia de Allegri

On the occasion of London Design Festival we will be hosting a private tour of an exhibition of two exciting international designers. 

 

We will get together in an intimate group to see the exhibition of the design duo, whose work struck us for its simplicity and elegance. We will be enjoying a glass of wine over a conversation with the designers and see the result of their latest collaboration.

 

 

 

 

About the designers

 

Matteo Fogale, born in Montevideo (Uruguay) moved to Italy in 2001 where he studied Industrial Design at IUAV University of Venice. After graduating he worked on a variety of projects, from high-end furniture, industrial product design and bespoke commissions pieces with studios like Patricia Urquiola, Nichetto and Partners, BarberOsgerby and MAP. In 2013 he established brose~fogale a London-based design studio working in the fields of interior and product design, bespoke furniture and installations led by ahttp://www.articurate.net/designer/4/ design approach that considers honest and premium materials, functionality and longevity of the product. 

 

Swiss-born, Laetitia de Allegri graduated from ECAL in 2004 (Industrial/ Product Design BA) and joined Barber Osgerby where she worked for six years. Since 2010, she has been freelancing with Barber Osgerby, Marc Newson, Tom Dixon, and Alexander Taylor working from industrial products and furniture design to interior projects both in private and public commissions. With a strong focus on graphics, particularly within the field of textiles and rugs, specialising in pattern, colour and texture. In 2013, she also started a new collaboration with Eva Feldkamp under the name of de Allegri/Feldkamp



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