Born in Santarcangelo di Romagna in 1971, designer Alberto Biagetti lives and works in Milan. He opened his atelier in 2003 to focus on work in which the creative disciplines of art, design, fashion, and architecture overlap, aiming to bridge the gap between traditional and digital approaches. Alongside the design and production spaces, the atelier also houses a showroom in which Biagetti and his team exhibit their work.
Biagetti’s incredibly diverse projects range from furniture and interiors to installations, websites, and paintings. Clients over the years have included Yoox.com, Venini, Post Design, and Zerodisegno. Biagetti’s work has been exhibited in esteemed galleries and institutions around the world.
Alessando Guerriero was a force int he Italian architectural landscape in the early 1970's with projects that defied conventions. In 1976, he created Alchimia, one of the most influential movements in the evolution of post avant-garde Italian design. After being awarded the Compasso d'Oro in 1982, Guerriero founded the Domus Academy in Italy and in 1995 collaborated with Philippe Starck, Michele de Lucchi, Coop Himmelblau and Alessandro Mendini for the Museum of Art in Groningen, Holland. In January 2005, Guerriero curated the Dressing Ourselves exhibition, designed by Alberto Biagetti at La Triennale, Milan. Presently, he is the director of the New Academy of Art (NABA).