Simple, fresh and intuitive: these three words sum up Giulio Iacchetti and his approach to design. Born 1966 in Milan, he is now a forerunner in the new revolution of Italian design. His work is characterized by researching and defining new object typologies, such as the Moscardino, a biodegradable spoon and fork.
"Aesthetics without ethics cannot exist. ... the world of production and goods will become increasingly, positively intertwined with values bound to sustainability."
Though proudly self-taught, he did graduate in Cultural Heritage before going on to complete several courses in architecture and a two-year course in Industrial Design, as well as the workshop 'Futurarium'. Giulio has received countless awards and has taken part in numerous exhibitions and international design competitions.