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Francesco Meda - From design studios to art galleries

Francesco Meda  
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From design studies to art galleries. Led lamps, marble stools, tables, benches and jewels printed in 3D

The strength of a stylistic game merging solid archaic quiet with the present’s slim fluidity. Francesco Meda is a research prospect offering exclusive design products: marble sculptures revealing a layered concept on different stone, colour and material levels. A lamp becoming a luminous brass bridge attracting natural light when it’s off and lighting up the environment in the suggestion of a special LED strip. Functionality and ornament intersecting and communicating, evoking new horizons, where the primitive does not fade nor is it stigmatised in history, but flowers in powerful, expressive redefinition.


Q&A with Francesco Meda

Your town. And three words to describe it.
Milan. Stimulating, hidden, elegant.

Three words to describe your projects.
Textured, geometrical, functional.

A colour.

A taste.
No comment.

Antique, modern or contemporary?

The most precious item you own?
A carbon chair.

Where is design going?
Various directions. There are more and more contaminations.

Where are you going?
Self-production and working with industry (companies).

Three words to describe Italy.
Creativity, tradition, culture.

If not in Italy, where?

Never without?
No comment.

A motto.
No comment.