Giuseppe Arezzi ,Ragusa, Sicily, 1993.
In 2016 he graduated with honors at Politecnico di Milano, Faculty of Design, with the thesis “Beata Solitudo, The Contemporary Hermit’s Shelter”, in collaboration with the mentors Francesco Faccin and Francesca Balena Arista. During the time at the Politecnico he also studied with Andrea Branzi and Michele De Lucchi.
Currently besides developing independent projects, he works at Studio Emanuele Magenta in Milan, and he is also assistant professor at the Politecnico di Milano under the professors Andrea Branzi, Michele De Lucchi and Francesca Balena Arista.
He has worked with Studio Francesco Faccin in Milan.
His own research is focused on anthropological topics and cultural traditions: the heart of his work.
In 2016, with the project “Protoplast” has been selected by the Triennale di Milano for the exhibition “New Craft”, of the “XXI Triennale” in the category “under-35 designers”.
In 2017, with the project “Beata Solitudo”, he was selected to exhibit inside the project “Una stanza tutta per sè” curated by Domitilla Dardi at “Cantiere Galli Design” in Rome.
Portrait: Melissa Carnemolla