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Giulio Iacchetti

Birthdate
1966
Nationality
Italian
Occupation
Designer

Giulio Iacchetti is an Italian designer, born in 1966.

He has worked in industrial design since 1992, collaborating with famous brands such as Abet Laminati, Alessi, Danese, Casamania, FontanaArte, Foscarini, Magis, Meritalia and Moleskine.

He has curated exhibitions reflecting on different themes such as the cross, which led to Cruciale held in Milan, Rome and Enna, and also food design which resulted in K-Ration Meals for Soldiers in Action, produced by the Triennale in Milan in January 2015.

He has won various awards, including two Compasso d’Oro: in 2001, for the multi-purpose Moscardino Spork, today included in the permanent design exhibition at the MoMA in New York; and in 2014, for the series of Sfera manhole covers made for Montini.

In 2009, he received the Premio dei Premi award from the President of the Republic of Italy for his Design alla Coop project, an innovative initiative aiming to bring design to large-scale retail outlets. In May 2009, the Triennale in Milan hosted his solo exhibition 'Giulio Iacchetti. Oggetti disobbedienti'.

In 2016, he created the Siptel lighting collection for FontanaArte.

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In 2016, he created the Siptel lighting collection for FontanaArte.
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