The first ever monograph on the award-winning and genre-defying multidisciplinary designer Luca Nichetto’s eponymous studio
With offices in Venice and Stockholm, Nichetto Studio combines Italian flair with Scandinavian modernity to produce innovative commissions for brands including Hermès, Venini, Cassina, and ZaoZuo. This book presents the Studio’s portfolio in chronological order from 2000 to the present, highlighting key projects throughout. The studio’s focus on craftsmanship and collaboration is magnified through interviews with designers such as Oki Sato and Nichetto himself. More than 400 photographs and sketches paint a fascinating portrait of a trailblazing contemporary design practice, whose collaborations include Ginori 1735, Foscarini, Steinway & Sons, Salviati, Hem and many more.
About the Author
Max Fraser has authored multiple design books and regularly speaks on the subject for international events and broadcasters.
Francesca Picchi is an architect, journalist, and curator. She has contributed to Phaidon publications including James Irvine (2015) and Ettore Sottsass (2017).
Luca Nichetto is a multidisciplinary designer whose work encompasses furniture, industrial design, architecture, and interiors.