Hi! I attended, between 2017 and 2019 the Visual and Innovation Design course at Rufa, after my Bachelor in Industrial Design at Sapienza – University of Rome. My projects developed through the various declinations of design: from branding to motion graphics, from product to user experience, at Rufa and during my Erasmus period at Universidade de Belas Artes in Lisbon I had the opportunity to experiment with different design methodologies that I found out to be very useful in my career, both during my experiences as a visual designer, such as last year’s internship at BVLGARI in Rome or at Shaz Enterprise in Barcelona, and my experiences not strictly related to graphic design, such as my current one as Assistant Costume Designer on a film set. Although my path has been, and continues to be, very varied, creativity and design are always at the centre of my future perspective.
How to promote the design of spaces by interpreting people’s needs? This is the goal of a thesis that starts from the assumption that the space in which we live has always been the basis for the expression of our cultural values. It can be a tool for collaboration and innovation – increasing interpersonal relationships – as well as a barrier that blocks the transmission of information. If the way we design spaces influences our actions and feelings, if the life of each one of us cannot be separated from the environments in which we live,
quality cannot be defined only on the basis of functionality, but must also take into consideration psychology and wellbeing.