Bologna - Italy    23 - 27 / 09 / 2024

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Caf della Stampa

Cersaie 2018: Conferences and Seminars
MARIE CLAIRE MAISON Café - "Hedonism: water signs"

Monday 24 September - 3.00 p.m.
Café della Stampa - Services Centre


Conversation with: Patrizia Piccinini, Giampaolo Benedini, Diego Gabasio, Francesco Lucchese 

Meeting in italian language only


Patrizia Piccinini More

Patrizia Piccinini

Architect, Journalist

Biographical notes

Graduated in architecture at Polytechnic of Milan, I’m also a professional journalist, I have always dedicated myself, also during university’s years, to everything that revolves around the world of forniture organizing photographic services for the various furniture magazine, like Gioia Casa, Amica and Spazio Casa. I worked at Cose di Casa and in 1998 I joined the editorial staff first off Home and then of Marie Claire Maison, where I'm currently work dealing especially of design deepening themes related to decoration and new trends.

Giampaolo Benedini More

Giampaolo Benedini

Architect and designer

Diego Gabasio More

Diego Gabasio

Marketing & Communication Manager, FIR ITALIA

Biographical notes

Diego Gabasio graduated in Business and Institutional Communication at University of Turin is responsible for Marketing and Communications of FIR ITALIA. In 2006 he started working for FIR ITALIA, a historical brand in the field of mixer taps for bathrooms and kitchens, holding roles with increasing responsibilities first in operational marketing and then in strategic marketing. Currently he coordinates an important corporate rebranding project, with new brand positioning and communication strategy.

Francesco Lucchese More

Francesco Lucchese

Architect, Founder

Biographical notes

Francesco Lucchese was born in Messina in 1960 and obtained his Architecture degree at Politecnico di Milano in 1985. He started his career being awarded the 1st ADI prize with a folding chair project and he founded the studio Lucchesedesign in 1985 developing Architecture projects, interior designs and product design all over the world.
He works as art director and business consultant for internationally renowned companies also taking care of the company's strategic positioning.
Meanwhile he proceeds his teaching activity for Politecnico di Milano, at the Faculty of Design.