I studied at the University La Sapienza of Rome, at the Faculty of Architecture “Valle Giulia”, and I have always been interested in design by participating in industry competitions and implementation of small prototypes for friends and family.
Life and profession took me to work with studies at the highest level in the field of interior design of luxury, but I never abandoned my passion. Even my house has drawn objects and created specifically for my needs and those of my family.
I am not only an architect, but also a mother of two beautiful children: Giada 5 years and Pietro 1.5 which are my first and main source of inspiration.
As a child I dreamed of being a princess, then a fashion designer, then growing I enrolled in architecture.
I never abandoned my reference materials, indeed. I have instead adapted to an enchanted world that is small. The iron is left and once painted with powder non-toxic paints, gives objects a charm and an incredible playfulness.
It would seem so hard, edgy and ill-suited to the world of children … but in fact used Ad Hoc is fantastic. It allows you to do anything; can be colored in infinite ways, its physical characteristics make it magnetic and practical!
And ‘possible to create wall decorations without cluttering, create whiteboards, magnetic whiteboards and racks: all with a single material!
Dreaming, designing, realizing children’s dreams
With an invitation to participate at the Fuorisalone 2014 (MI), Cascina Cuccagna born Zanzotti Design – for kids – a world dedicated to children.
This is my story and the story of my creations in iron laser cut and folded with CNC machines. Technology has supported and accompanied me in this fantasy world that is the design.
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