Control Points Tile by Federico Pazienza

«I do believe there are trends in design. They are made first by designers focused on pure research, and then solidified by bigger commercial design labels.»

 

To me, the goal of designers should be to interpret the ever-changing objects’ environment. It is not a static field, it is close to what happens after a scientific discovery: it answers a question and makes space for hundreds of others.

In my case design is an intuitive process, I guess it is for me as the music is for a violinist.

The “control point” series is a good example of modern/antique. If you look at the plate or tile you realize they look modern but with a subtle link to centuries ago. This is what happens when you blend human history with nowadays’ aesthetics and technology.

I do believe there are trends in design. They are made first by designers focused on pure research and then solidified by bigger commercial design labels.

Interview with Federico Pazienza.

Trends: Experienced Narratives, Empower Me.

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