Nichetto Studio is a place where experimentation and collaboration enable creativity to flourish by challenging the norm and exploring new ideas, while still holding fast to the core values. The result is a powerful, meaningful and aesthetically appealing design.
During the 2023 Milan Design Week, Nichetto Studio will provide an immersive experience in the universe of experimental design. In the space of Mohd Officina, thirteen purpose-built sets will interact with a draped scenography and a central stage, creating a symphony of elements that portray the plurality and the aesthetic dimension of Mohd's vision.
Founded by talented designer Luca Nichetto in Venice in 2006, Nichetto Studio gained a new partner, Francesco Dompieri, the following year and opened a second studio in Stockholm in 2011. In addition to focusing on the aesthetic value of its creations, Nichetto Studio's approach is centred on quality materials and fine craftsmanship in order to guarantee durability and innovation.
Design is a powerful tool that can influence people's lives and create meaningful experiences. In its Manifesto, Nichetto Studio states its values as follows: "The concepts we design can objectify just as well into a pencil, a chair, a building or a brand. We tell emotional tales built on a vocabulary of materials and animated by a grammar of form."
Luca Nichetto's designs are a combination of profoundness and extravagance, modelled on his unique background. Born in 1976 on the Venetian island of Murano, Nichetto studied art and architecture in Venice. He designs glass objects, lighting solutions, furniture and textiles for several brands, including Cassina, Foscarini, Ginori1735, Wittmann, Ethimo and &Tradition.
Luca Nichetto's Antille collection, a series of stunning tables he designed for Wittmann, is inspired by the timeless beauty of the 1900s coloured brooches created by Josef Hoffmann, whose exquisite designs, crafted with masterful artisan skill, were part of the Wiener Werkstätte. The collection includes elliptical table tops made of a variety of rare coloured marbles which can be arranged at differing heights. In addition to coffee tables, there is also a dining table version.
Blown glass diamonds create intricate patterns of light: Nichetto Studio finds inspiration in the well-known Australian coloured diamonds and Argyle fabric, combining Luca Nichetto's creative flair in contemporary glass design with Rakumba's legacy in the lighting and textiles industry.
With the Domus collection, the Ginori1735 brand makes its big debut in interior design. Luca Nichetto is the designer of this new, refined project: a collection created with craftsmen and experts who translate the delicacy of porcelain and an alluring, contemporary style into furniture and home décor objects. Domus' unique and exclusive pieces include the LaVenus lounge chair, the Optique coffee tables and the creations designed together with Barovier&Toso: the Conterie and Sideris floor and reading lamps, and the Trinitas portable lamp.
The Azores collection designed by Luca Nichetto for the Portuguese brand De La Espada includes sofas and coffee tables with soft, rounded shapes that can be combined to create modular, sculptural compositions. During the Milan Design Week, the collection will be previewed in the Mohd Sinfonia installation.
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