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DESIGNERS

Marcel Breuer

Marcel Breuer

Architect and Furniture Designer, Marcel Breuer is considered to have been one among the fathers of Modernism. Breuer has devoted much part of his research to the design of modular elements and mass production processes.

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Enzo Carbone

Enzo Carbone

Product and interior designer, Enzo has collaborated with Massimo Imparato on two projects presented in 2009 by Matrix at the Salone del Mobile in Milan, Centrino table and Sister chair

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Emre Çetinköprülü

Emre Çetinköprülü

A designer with multi-faceted personality, Emre studied Engineering, Fashion, Product Design and Interior Architecture. He has collaborated with Massimo Imparato on some projects for Matrix International, including Brass and Standing Ovation

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Francesco De Agostini

Francesco De Agostini

Francesco De Agostini was trained as an architect at the Politecnico di Milano, city where he runs his architectural practice, and where he is editor in chief of the website of the Chamber of the Architects

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Paul Theodore Frankl

Paul Theodore Frankl

Born in Vienna, he was one of the first modernist designers working in America before 1925, drawing the foundations of the American tradition of modern decoration.

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Wolfgang Hoffmann

Wolfgang Hoffmann

The son of Josef Hoffmann, he moved to the United States in the middle 'of the twenties. In the US he designed furniture for private clients and afterwards he specialized in the design of metal furniture as resident architect for the Howell Co.

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Massimo Imparato

Massimo Imparato

Architect and designer, he has covered strategic positions in both the academic and industrial sectors. His research focuses on the evolution of the relationship between interior and exterior spaces, and the influence of these changes on users’ interaction

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Folke Jansson

Folke Jansson

Sculptor, painter, ceramist, Folke Jansson addressed Art and Design with a unprecedented approach for a Scandinavian Designer.

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Frederik Kiesler

Frederik Kiesler

Architect and Designer, he distinguished from his contemporaries for taking design beyond the limits that functionalism had imposed, by pursuing the target of endless spatial continuity

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Donald Knorr

Donald Knorr

Architecture intern at Eero Saarinen’s office in the late 40's, Donal Knorr is the author of the chair that won the competition for low cost furniture promoted by Moma in 1948. The chair became part of the Matrix International Codici collection in 2008

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Danilo Marcone

Danilo Marcone

Trained in Genova as an architect, Danilo worked for Matrix on researches related to unedited projects of furniture design; he is co-author of the design of Matrix booths for trade fairs and of the re-styling of the company headquarters, as well as of some projects of The Ultimate Collection

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Ranieri Massola

Ranieri Massola

Born in Levanto, Ranieri was trained as a Designer in Milan; he is co-author of some of the products of the Ultimate collection of Matrix International.

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Ludwig Mies Van Der Rohe

Ludwig Mies Van Der Rohe

Mies Van Der Rohe has given an extraordinary contribution to the evolution of furniture design of the XX century furniture. His cantilevered tubular seating represent the celebration of the performing virtues of steel

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Takehiko Mizutani

Takehiko Mizutani

Takehiko Mizutani and Iwao Yamawaki were the first Japanese students of the Bauhaus. The student works by Mizutani left a very deep mark in the preliminary course led by Josef Albers

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Paolo Portoghesi

Paolo Portoghesi

Architect, teacher and writer, Paolo Portoghesi is the combative advocate of a "rooted architecture", which interprets tradition not just as a transfering of acquired habits, but as a stimulus to innovation in the continuity of certain premises that express the identity of human places and cultures.

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Lilly Reich

Lilly Reich

Apparel and Interior Designer, Lilly Reich was an outstanding figure in Germany in-between the two World Wars, and covered significant roles in the Design Industry

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Eero Saarinen

Eero Saarinen

Author of some of the most important architectures of the 20th century in the US and Europe, among which the TWA terminal at JFK Airport in New York, Eero Saarinen is considered one of the major innovators of the architectural language of his time.

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Pierre Chareau

Pierre Chareau

Pierre Chareau is one of the most influential Interior architects of the period between the two world wars, and is recognised a key figure of French modern movement.

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Jean Michel Frank

Jean Michel Frank

Thanks to excellent studies, favoured by belonging to a bourgeoisie family, Jean-Michel Frank crawled relationships that were crucial in his training and developed his aesthetic preferences.

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Jules Leleu

Jules Leleu

Graduated in a school of applied arts, Leleu began his career in the painting atelier established by his father and then devoted entirely to interior decoration and production of furniture, manufactured under the supervision of his brother Marcel.

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