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Bēhance

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I was born in Roskilde, in Denmark, in 1963. I moved to Italy in 1976 and obtained my school leaving certificate from an School of Arts. I continued my studies at the Milan Polytechnic, from where I graduated in 1989 with a degree in architecture, discussing a thesis project in Industrial Design.
I worked in th… Read More
I was born in Roskilde, in Denmark, in 1963. I moved to Italy in 1976 and obtained my school leaving certificate from an School of Arts. I continued my studies at the Milan Polytechnic, from where I graduated in 1989 with a degree in architecture, discussing a thesis project in Industrial Design.
I worked in the studio of Carlotta de Bevilacqua from 1989 to 1994, developing projects for interior design, graphic design and exhibition spaces. More recently I have designed products for Piazza and Virutex Ilko in the household-ware and kitchenware sectors. Approximately one year ago I began working with felt and with other natural materials. Read Less
  • senior architect
    Artemide — Milano, Italy
  • Designer
    Piazza — Crusinallo, Italy
  • Designer
    ILKO — Lima, Peru
  • designer
    Virutex — Lima, Peru
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BIOWORKS
Bioworks intend to re-discover an essential element of our culture, taking a step back in the attempt to break the negative trend of consumerism and waste. The most appropriate material for this was found to be felt, due both to its ancient origins and to the purity of the textile itself, and to the fact… Read More
BIOWORKS
Bioworks intend to re-discover an essential element of our culture, taking a step back in the attempt to break the negative trend of consumerism and waste. The most appropriate material for this was found to be felt, due both to its ancient origins and to the purity of the textile itself, and to the fact that its production does not involve any polluting industrial processes. I experimented with textures and languages, with different modes of utilisation, which will inevitably be transferred to the user, who will control the processes of self-construction, re-utilisation and re-cycling. Read Less
A design must contain an idea, regardless of how small or how large this idea is. Each product is a story that tells itself. Meticulous in terms of materials, keeping a watchful eye on ecology and ergonomics.The forms are never fortuitous, and always embed a thought : sometimes about how the object is used, someti… Read More
A design must contain an idea, regardless of how small or how large this idea is. Each product is a story that tells itself. Meticulous in terms of materials, keeping a watchful eye on ecology and ergonomics.The forms are never fortuitous, and always embed a thought : sometimes about how the object is used, sometimes about how it is made. Read Less
Member Since: Jun 30, 2013