Anna Horváth is a narrative designer and architect who works in various disciplines of visual arts, also taking into account exhibition, installation, and furniture design.
As she was always passionate about storytelling, she graduated with an MA in Narrative Environments from Central Saint Martins - University of the Arts London and has participated in numerous design and architecture projects from small to large scale structures in London, Berlin, Lisbon, Budapest, and Malta. Her portfolio includes projects like the permanent exhibition at the prestigious Jewish Museum in Berlin, a pop-up store for Hermes Petit h collection in Lisbon, school furniture for a favela in Rio de Janeiro, or her first furniture collection that has been launched during the Paris Design Week.
Studio Zero is a multidisciplinary creative studio offering product design, interiors, exhibitions and art direction founded in Como in 2015 by Anna Seminara and Maria Francesca Cicirelli.
Anna Seminara began her career in the world of restoration and interior design for important private clients, immediately nourishing her passion for the design of furniture and furnishing accessories. Maria Francesca Cicirelli combines her artistic and product designer training with extensive work in the field of graphics and visuals.The beginning of their collaboration takes advantage of their multifaceted and complementary backgrounds, expanding their skills and expertise in the field of design and creative consulting. Working for prominent companies in the sector, they have expanded their services to range from large-scale interior and showroom design to small-scale products and furnishing accessories.
Anima Ona is a design studio based in Stuttgart, Germany founded by Freia Achenbach, June Fàbregas and Carlo Kurth. Their projects move on the border between product design, research and art. They understand their role as designers as a bridge between craft, art, industry, object and user and are interested in creating connections between a research-based practice and the broader design industry. In their work they combine rich narratives with an awareness towards materiality, shapes and space. For each project, anima ona takes a distinct approach, characterized by experimental material investigations and exploring the relationship between tradition and culture.The trio met at State Academy of Art and Design Stuttgart where they graduated with an industrial design diploma degree. Since 2018 they collaborate in commissioned as well as self-initiated projects.
Claudia Girbau is a designer from Barcelona living and working in Milan. With a background in fashion; after graduating from Central Saint-Martins and the Royal College of Art in London, she started working at Prada as a womenswear designer.
Starting the pinasaan series in 2019, she has since presented her work at Collectible Fair as part of Il.lacions Gallery (2020), Salone del Mobile in Milan and Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven (2021).
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