04, Jul 2022 | Interior Design
Born in Pordenone in 1980, Cristina Celestino worked in several areas of architecture, before finally focusing her attention on interior architecture and design. With that, she moved to Milan in 2009 where she created “Attico”, her own design brand which mainly focused on the conception of lamps and furnishings production. Discover more about her projects in this article by Circu Blog.
A great collector of Italian design masterpieces and curious about all objects, her work is based on observation and research, plumbing the potential of the shapes, functions and going beyond the traditional relations between fashion, art and design and embedding a passionate interest in the old and the new, the traditional and the contemporary in her projects, she develops creative solutions and freely plays with ideas. Common features of all projects are defined geometry and rigorous research, combined with a subtle play on the impact of traditional forms. Through variations of scale and small inventions, the objects are able to convey new messages and different meanings.
Among other relevant highlights of her career, she can point to her part in Salone Satellite in 2012 as well as her design of “The Happy Room” for Fendi in 2016. Her style is heavily based on observation and research, mixing in old and new and exploring many variations between scale and small inventions with the purpose of creating new messages and meanings.
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