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Projects

  • Nilufar has a new Virtual Space. The clean layout reflects the identity of the gallery and translates it into an intuitive journey through the vast design catalogue, now navigable through a new search function. Take a narrative stroll through the Nilufar collection via the new Focus section of the website where the works are presented by ever-evolving themes. The website presents a new Wishlist function. Whether you’re cart-stuffing, planning a space or just dreaming, the new Wishlist feature allows you to save your own collection within the collection.

    nilufar.com
  • The collective show Brassless was born as an ironic and provocative gesture, an irreverent parenthesis within its context. Just as in the previous episodes of FAR — within the Nilufar Depot — Brassless marries a challenging accent to the established Milanese gallery. With a light but decisive denunciation of the decadence of trends, Brassless looks to accelerate the end of a homogenous phase in which contemporary design and architecture abused this alloy by using it randomly or needlessly.

    The exhibition features projects that choose their metals with purpose. If the world is destined to make decisions remotely on the basis of partial representations, it is ever more important that those who design and manufacture have the necessary competence to research and select materials thoughtfully.


    nilufar.com
  • For the WIDE EYE exhibition, Milan based Danish/Italian design studio OLDER and Danish artist Alexander Vinther have created a series of collectible design works that reflect a playful devotion to contemporary design and its many branches.

    For the first design collection of OLDER, which has specialized in uniforms for the gastronomic world since 2013, Studio Vedèt has acted as a consultant and curator introducing them to the collectible design scene and welcoming this creative bunch to Milan.
  • NU, a new festival dedicated to the performing arts and the community, debuted the end of September 2020 in Novara, Italy.
    We created a playful identity with a dynamic logo and a sonic landscape to express the eccentric spirit of the festival and to engage a large and diversified audience.
    On the splash page of NU’s "pilot episode" we played with the intriguing voice of Ljuba Bergamelli and sounds of Vittorio Montalti.


    nu-festival.com/comingsoon
  • We crafted the visual identity and communication strategy for the edgiest collectible design and art fair. As a traveling showcase, Nomad migrates between different venues, from the charming Villa La Vigie in the Principality of Monte Carlo, to the legendary Chesa Planta in St. Moritz. Like the fair, each edition of the print and digital identity is nuanced, providing for variation and a common thread.

    nomad-circle.com
  • TRAME is a homeware brand that marries the exceptional know-how of Mediterranean craftsmen with contemporary design. Each collection is inspired by a historical episode that reflects a bi-cultural journey across the sea.

    The brand brings a fresh point of view to those who have spent generations refining artisan techniques and provides economic benefits for local communities, while helping to conserve their common cultural heritage. Studio Vedèt has led with a comprehensive creative purview of the project, from curating the collaborations to designing the visual identity, packaging, exhibitions and e-commerce platform.

    A creative narrative that uses colors and imagery, depicts a new eclectic vision of modern living that encourages dynamic clashes between craft and contemporary cultures.


    trameparis.com
  • The Great Design Disaster is an experiment in collectible design with an ironic approach that accepts aesthetic clashes and failures. Vedèt's task was to create a visual identity to accompany the provocative concept of this unusual project. Color juxtapositions and neon lines create contrast with the curvy, baroque typography. The identity had permission to go wild as The Great Design Disaster invites crazy outputs.

    Studio Vedèt's art direction for The Great Design Disaster celebrates contrast through a bold use of coloured light and surreal narratives. The pictures are abstract representations of hypothetical and beautiful design disasters happening in the house of a collector.

    Designed and developed by Studio Vedèt, The Great Design Disaster website is a rich and charming narration of this articulated project, employing its bold visual identity and provocative imagery. Check in monthly for updates and new TGDD episodes.

    thegreatdesigndisaster.com
  • The quintessential Italian bar in Milan, the city that gave the world the aperitivo: Bar Basso. A place symbolic of conviviality, service and passion, which wrote the history of drinking in Milan, thanks in part to its bartenders and waiters. 

    Previous virtual exhibitions we designed on the Bar website have celebrated famous people of all kinds, and all of them patrons of the Bar — from James Irvine to Sandro Pertini, from Baron Franchetti to Giovanni Trapattoni — designers, writers, brigands, taxi drivers, presidents of the Republic, and above all the people of the neighbourhood, in an assembly with no equal. 

    This exhibition celebrates the soul of the bar, the people who have always worked there and allow us to live it, and to relive it today, after an unexpected break that made us yearn even more for its trustworthy, everyday presence.
    All Stars is a wall of faces dedicated to the real protagonists of the Bar, its precious staff, captured by Corrado Beldì's skillful pen, and immortalised by the infallible camera of Delfino Sisto Legnani in an exhibition curated and web-designed by Studio Vedèt.

    barbasso.com/allstars
  • Alcova is a platform for independent design developed by Space Caviar and Studio Vedèt. Currently operating as an itinerant network of exhibition spaces across multiple sites in and around Milan, it activates forgotten locations of historical significance, temporarily recasting them as venues for performative activities.

    During Fuorisalone 2019 Alcova occupied two sites, both programmed for the event's duration with exhibitions, talks, installations involving fifty international partners from as many countries.

    Alcova was located in the former panettone factory of Giovanni Cova & Co., north of Loreto, an ex-industrial space partly taken over by plants and vegetation, frozen in a state of poetic semi-abandonment.

    Alcova Sassetti, was organised in collaboration with Alice Stori Liechtenstein and Fondazione Kenta, activating a former cashmere factory in Isola perfectly preserved in its original condition since the 1930s.

    alcova.xyz
  • Volumnia sounds large and in reality, it is massive. It is a platform for art and design that will inhabit the cavernous interior of a former church in the heart of Piacenza. With roots in the renaissance, it is a monumental and awe-inspiring space (3000 sqm) steeped in history, with rows of columns that spring dozens of meters into the air. Enrica de Micheli, a gallerist with over 20 years of experience in antiques and design, initiated the revitalization of this historic space through a broad range of activities including an exhibition space, a bistrot and a year-round cultural program. Studio Vedèt created Volumnia identity, including naming, logo design, website and collateral materials.

    volumnia.space
  • Within the context of Fuorisalone 2018, Studio Vedèt acted as a creative consultant for the major “Lina Bo Bardi Giancarlo Palanti – Studio D’arte Palma” exhibition organised by Nilufar gallery. Focusing especially on work realised within Studio Palma, this exhibition presents the largest collection ever brought together of Lina’s furniture.
    Vedèt created the show’s visual identity, catalogue and website presenting theoretical texts, images, videos and historical documents about the late designer. The components of the visual identity employ the aesthetics of the designers repertoire in a modern fashion, demonstrating her relevance to contemporary design.

    bobardi-palanti.com
  • Answering a brief asking for a more contemporary and playful identity, Studio Vedèt designed and produced the new website for the Brompton Design District, one of the most inspired participants of the London Design Festival.

    After ten years of monotony, we invigorated their online presence with a dynamic, and sometimes intrusive design to create a unique and hard-to-forget experience within a well organized structure.

  • Martina Simeti’s curatorial project consists of an exhibition space and a laboratory. It welcomes international artists - whose interdisciplinary work toggles the border between conceptual and applied design.
    Studio Vedèt created the visual identity, a minimalist website and exhibition catalogues.
    The interplay between what is shown and not shown blurs the lines between disciplines, interpretations and expectations.

    martinasimeti.com

Nilufar

Nilufar has a new Virtual Space. The clean layout reflects the identity of the gallery and translates it into an intuitive journey through the vast design catalogue, now navigable through a new search function. Take a narrative stroll through the Nilufar collection via the new Focus section of the website where the works are presented by ever-evolving themes. The website presents a new Wishlist function. Whether you’re cart-stuffing, planning a space or just dreaming, the new Wishlist feature allows you to save your own collection within the collection.

nilufar.com
Identity,
Web design,
Development
2020

Brassless – Far 2020

The collective show Brassless was born as an ironic and provocative gesture, an irreverent parenthesis within its context. Just as in the previous episodes of FAR — within the Nilufar Depot — Brassless marries a challenging accent to the established Milanese gallery. With a light but decisive denunciation of the decadence of trends, Brassless looks to accelerate the end of a homogenous phase in which contemporary design and architecture abused this alloy by using it randomly or needlessly.

The exhibition features projects that choose their metals with purpose. If the world is destined to make decisions remotely on the basis of partial representations, it is ever more important that those who design and manufacture have the necessary competence to research and select materials thoughtfully.


nilufar.com
Curation,
Design Consultancy,
Identity
2020

Wide Eye

For the WIDE EYE exhibition, Milan based Danish/Italian design studio OLDER and Danish artist Alexander Vinther have created a series of collectible design works that reflect a playful devotion to contemporary design and its many branches.

For the first design collection of OLDER, which has specialized in uniforms for the gastronomic world since 2013, Studio Vedèt has acted as a consultant and curator introducing them to the collectible design scene and welcoming this creative bunch to Milan.
Creative direction,
Curation,
Book design
2020

NU Arts and Community

NU, a new festival dedicated to the performing arts and the community, debuted the end of September 2020 in Novara, Italy.
We created a playful identity with a dynamic logo and a sonic landscape to express the eccentric spirit of the festival and to engage a large and diversified audience.
On the splash page of NU’s "pilot episode" we played with the intriguing voice of Ljuba Bergamelli and sounds of Vittorio Montalti.


nu-festival.com/comingsoon
Identity,
Website Design and Development
2020

Nomad-Circle

We crafted the visual identity and communication strategy for the edgiest collectible design and art fair. As a traveling showcase, Nomad migrates between different venues, from the charming Villa La Vigie in the Principality of Monte Carlo, to the legendary Chesa Planta in St. Moritz. Like the fair, each edition of the print and digital identity is nuanced, providing for variation and a common thread.

nomad-circle.com
Identity,
Catalog,
Website Design
2017 - 2020

Trame

TRAME is a homeware brand that marries the exceptional know-how of Mediterranean craftsmen with contemporary design. Each collection is inspired by a historical episode that reflects a bi-cultural journey across the sea.

The brand brings a fresh point of view to those who have spent generations refining artisan techniques and provides economic benefits for local communities, while helping to conserve their common cultural heritage. Studio Vedèt has led with a comprehensive creative purview of the project, from curating the collaborations to designing the visual identity, packaging, exhibitions and e-commerce platform.

A creative narrative that uses colors and imagery, depicts a new eclectic vision of modern living that encourages dynamic clashes between craft and contemporary cultures.


trameparis.com
Artistic Direction,
Design Consultancy,
Identity,
Website Design and Development
2019 – 2020

The Great Design Disaster

The Great Design Disaster is an experiment in collectible design with an ironic approach that accepts aesthetic clashes and failures. Vedèt's task was to create a visual identity to accompany the provocative concept of this unusual project. Color juxtapositions and neon lines create contrast with the curvy, baroque typography. The identity had permission to go wild as The Great Design Disaster invites crazy outputs.

Studio Vedèt's art direction for The Great Design Disaster celebrates contrast through a bold use of coloured light and surreal narratives. The pictures are abstract representations of hypothetical and beautiful design disasters happening in the house of a collector.

Designed and developed by Studio Vedèt, The Great Design Disaster website is a rich and charming narration of this articulated project, employing its bold visual identity and provocative imagery. Check in monthly for updates and new TGDD episodes.

thegreatdesigndisaster.com
Artistic Direction,
Identity,
Website Design and Development
2020

Bar Basso All Stars

The quintessential Italian bar in Milan, the city that gave the world the aperitivo: Bar Basso. A place symbolic of conviviality, service and passion, which wrote the history of drinking in Milan, thanks in part to its bartenders and waiters. 

Previous virtual exhibitions we designed on the Bar website have celebrated famous people of all kinds, and all of them patrons of the Bar — from James Irvine to Sandro Pertini, from Baron Franchetti to Giovanni Trapattoni — designers, writers, brigands, taxi drivers, presidents of the Republic, and above all the people of the neighbourhood, in an assembly with no equal. 

This exhibition celebrates the soul of the bar, the people who have always worked there and allow us to live it, and to relive it today, after an unexpected break that made us yearn even more for its trustworthy, everyday presence.
All Stars is a wall of faces dedicated to the real protagonists of the Bar, its precious staff, captured by Corrado Beldì's skillful pen, and immortalised by the infallible camera of Delfino Sisto Legnani in an exhibition curated and web-designed by Studio Vedèt.

barbasso.com/allstars
Art direction,
Website Design and Development
2020

Alcova

Alcova is a platform for independent design developed by Space Caviar and Studio Vedèt. Currently operating as an itinerant network of exhibition spaces across multiple sites in and around Milan, it activates forgotten locations of historical significance, temporarily recasting them as venues for performative activities.

During Fuorisalone 2019 Alcova occupied two sites, both programmed for the event's duration with exhibitions, talks, installations involving fifty international partners from as many countries.

Alcova was located in the former panettone factory of Giovanni Cova & Co., north of Loreto, an ex-industrial space partly taken over by plants and vegetation, frozen in a state of poetic semi-abandonment.

Alcova Sassetti, was organised in collaboration with Alice Stori Liechtenstein and Fondazione Kenta, activating a former cashmere factory in Isola perfectly preserved in its original condition since the 1930s.

alcova.xyz
Exhibition,
Artistic Direction,
Website Design and Development,
Identity
2019

Volumnia

Volumnia sounds large and in reality, it is massive. It is a platform for art and design that will inhabit the cavernous interior of a former church in the heart of Piacenza. With roots in the renaissance, it is a monumental and awe-inspiring space (3000 sqm) steeped in history, with rows of columns that spring dozens of meters into the air. Enrica de Micheli, a gallerist with over 20 years of experience in antiques and design, initiated the revitalization of this historic space through a broad range of activities including an exhibition space, a bistrot and a year-round cultural program. Studio Vedèt created Volumnia identity, including naming, logo design, website and collateral materials.

volumnia.space
Identity,
Website Design and Development
2018

Bo Bardi – Nilufar

Within the context of Fuorisalone 2018, Studio Vedèt acted as a creative consultant for the major “Lina Bo Bardi Giancarlo Palanti – Studio D’arte Palma” exhibition organised by Nilufar gallery. Focusing especially on work realised within Studio Palma, this exhibition presents the largest collection ever brought together of Lina’s furniture.
Vedèt created the show’s visual identity, catalogue and website presenting theoretical texts, images, videos and historical documents about the late designer. The components of the visual identity employ the aesthetics of the designers repertoire in a modern fashion, demonstrating her relevance to contemporary design.

bobardi-palanti.com
Identity,
Catalog,
Website Design and Development
2018

Brompton DD

Answering a brief asking for a more contemporary and playful identity, Studio Vedèt designed and produced the new website for the Brompton Design District, one of the most inspired participants of the London Design Festival.

After ten years of monotony, we invigorated their online presence with a dynamic, and sometimes intrusive design to create a unique and hard-to-forget experience within a well organized structure.

Logo redesign,
Website Design and Development
2018

Martina Simeti

Martina Simeti’s curatorial project consists of an exhibition space and a laboratory. It welcomes international artists - whose interdisciplinary work toggles the border between conceptual and applied design.
Studio Vedèt created the visual identity, a minimalist website and exhibition catalogues.
The interplay between what is shown and not shown blurs the lines between disciplines, interpretations and expectations.

martinasimeti.com
Identity,
Website Design and Development
2018