While collaborating as a freelance professional with various design studios, He dedicated himself to the development of products and the making of films and audiovisual presentations.
In 2005 he began his collaboration with Slamp which led him deeper into company industrial process mechanisms.
On top of the making of products and exhibition display materials, He dealt with the optimization and innovation of these processes. He took care of the production processes of Nigel Coates’ lamps which were displayed at the 11th Biennale of Architecture in Venice. Essentially, wit, whimsy and warmth abound worldwide of Slamp, a Italian lighting company founded in 1994 by former fashion show designer Robert Ziliani. Fluid and light as water, the Goccia Di Luce Pendant Light succeeds in making among the most stunning archetypes of nature realistic. It brings a sensation of freshness and elegance into any interior space. Anyway, early variations of the company’s first design, the Slamp Tube, a standing lamp with a ‘silkscreened’ shade, featured Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck.
Fine leather, rare woods, Swarovski crystals, steel and anodized brass, Slamp employs unusual, flexible materials.
The most notable is Opalflex, a recyclable material used for making Slamp lamps.
Opalflex is a totally original mix of polymers and particular additives with unique properties for the emanation of light. The gradation of the colours, that is also brought about by serigraphic means, renders the lamps into luminous presences which create a specifically unmistakable atmosphere. Luminous, opalescent and as attractive as glass, versatile and unbreakable as plastic, Surely it’s patented and produced exclusively for Slamp. Fluid and light as water, the Goccia Di Luce Pendant Light succeeds in making amidst the most stunning archetypes of nature realistic.
Generally, it brings a sensation of freshness and elegance into any interior space.