Matteo Di Iorio graduated with honours in Industrial Design at San Marino Republic University, IUAV Venice. He started his career in Studio KmZero in Florence where he developed strong skills in typography and branding. Just after the graduation he moved to Treviso to join Fabrica (the communication research cent… Read More
Matteo Di Iorio graduated with honours in Industrial Design at San Marino Republic University, IUAV Venice. He started his career in Studio KmZero in Florence where he developed strong skills in typography and branding. Just after the graduation he moved to Treviso to join Fabrica (the communication research centre part of the Benetton Group).
The scholarship at Fabrica has been an incredible opportunity working and collaborating with fellow young creatives from around the world. However, while on one side he could expand his knowledge and his practical experience, on the other side, being in an international environment in contact with designers from around the world, showed new and diverse backgrounds. This experience made him realize his inherent need to go out of his country and try to reach his goals.
In 2013 he was hired by Thomas Manss & Company and started to work in their London office. In the English–German studio Matteo started to work for international clients such as Fedrigoni Group, Prestel Verlag, Museum of London and many more. He worked on different kind of project – editorial, branding and exhibition design – curating the projects form the early concept stage to the final production process. During these first two years in London, Matteo improved not only his design and branding skills, but also his communication skills starting to deal directly with clients and producers.
In 2015, fascinated by MAM’s projects and ambitions, he decided to join their newborn design agency Cucuma as middle-weight designer. In Cucuma Matteo started to have a more critical role in the design process. In Cucuma he had the pleasure to work with international companies such as Technogym, Neri, Mitto and Quilvest. Matteo has picked up many skills that made him a person of order and precision, not only in graphic design but also in every day life.
Matteo is now ready for new challenges that can improve himself not only as graphic designer but also as person. He is looking for new adventures that would allow him to use his skills, strategic thinking, creative abilities and passion in his job. Read Less