Arch. FRANCO DRIUSSO
Complex Simplicity is the stylistic feature that distinguishes the creative process of the versatile designer.
He graduated in Architecture in Venice with technology-focused later obtained a master's degree in Industrial Design at the University Institute of Architecture in Venice.
Co-founder of the studio DriussoAssociati | Architects based in Mestre Venice, operates internationally in the fields of Brand Design, Architecture, Industrial Design, Retail Design and Interiors. There are numerous collaborations with major companies and industry groups for which, in addition to Art Direction for the coordination of the image, designs products, showrooms, shops and new operating locations (HeadQuarters).
The design approach is particularly attentive to the formal research, technological innovations and experiments with materials. The development of detail and sensitivity in the use of light and matter as a fundamental component of the project are the characteristic elements of the creative process. Always passionate about photography until it nevertheless fall within the scope of their profession.
Designed showroom for various companies in Italy, Spain, Portugal, Belgium, Holland, France, Germany, Greece, England, Mexico, USA, Canada, United Arab Emirates.
He has received numerous awards and recognition in the international arena in the field of Design and Architecture including the prestigious Good Design Award from the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design, the Interior Innovation Award and the Design Preis Deutschland German Design Council Award.
In 2016 he received a special mention in the 100 Excellencies Italian Gallery for the Industrial Design. The event was held at Palazzo Montecitorio - Rome - in the Sala della Lupa in the presence of the Committee of Honor composed of distinguished academic figures and important organizations and national organizations.
He was also awarded the REGULA 2017 prize in the selection of the top 100 Italian projects, with the patronage of the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities, CNAPPC National Architects Council, FederlegnoArredo, Politecnico di Milano and La Sapienza of Rome.
In October 2017, the AkB_08 cooking system, designed in collaboration with the chef Andrea Berton, was selected and included among the best products of the Italian design ADI Design Index 2017. It thus enters the right to participate in the award of the Compasso d‘Oro ADI 2018.