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Giuseppe Arezzi is an Italian Interior and Furniture Designer graduated from the Politecnico di Milano and based in Ragusa in Sicily.
His practice - both conceptual and commercial - collaborates with international institutions, galleries, brands and private clients.

Giuseppe's research - linked to his experience and his home territory - gives life to contemporary products and spaces by tending his vision to transformability and multifunctionality.
He is interested in no longer used functional archetypes, both by reinterpreting them in a contemporary way, or by designing ready-made of new objects and spaces.
Giuseppe's design code - always different according each time to diverse needs - has at the same time both a local and a global language.
Giuseppe Arezzi's work has been exhibited and published internationally: in 2020 he was nominated through the finalists in the "Pure Talents Design Contest" at the "Imm Cologne” furniture fair, in 2021 he joined the "Design and Decorative Arts” permanent collection of the "CNAP - Centre National des Arts Plastiques", in 2022 he joined the permanent collection of the "Vitra Design Museum" and he has been nominated "Young Talent of The Year" by the magazine "Elle Decor Italia" at the "EDIDA - Elle Deco International Design Awards".
Giuseppe Arezzi is lecturer at ABADIR Academy.
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Portrait: Natale Leontini


_Maurer Design Collection, Zollikon, Switzerland
_Vitra Design Museum, Weil am Rhein
_CNAP - Centre National Des Arts Plastiques, Paris
Selected Exhibitions: 


_Italy: A New Collective Landscape, HKDI Gallery, Hong-Kong
_Peripheral Design, Spazio Palmanova, Milan Design Week
_Giuseppe Arezzi: Oggetti Liberi, Chiesa di Sant'Anna in Modica
_Fatto Bene, Antica Chiesa di San Celso, Milan
_Tools for After, Italian Institute of Culture in Melbourne
_Locus Amœnus, Ragusa Ibla
_Italy: A New Collective Landscape, ADI Design Museum, Milan
_ZOO Hub, Manifattura Tabacchi, Florence
_Voyage, Voyages, Arcade Design À La Campagne, Saint Colombe-en-Auxois
_Merging and Emerging, Movimento Club, Porta Venezia Design District, Milan
_SI SICILIA, Ragusa Ibla
_3co Design, Ministero degli Affari Esteri, The Tunis Science City in Tunisi
_3co Design, Ministero degli Affari Esteri, Italian Institute of Culture in Washington DC
_Interieur Contemporain, La Bocca della Verità Gallery, Bruxelles
_3co Design, Ministero degli Affari Esteri, Italian Institute of Culture in Toronto
_3co Design, Ministero degli Affari Esteri, Sea World Culture and Arts Center in Shenzhen
_3co Design, Ministero degli Affari Esteri, Doha Design District
_Bienvenue Design, Hotel La Lôuisiane, Paris Design Week
_Emerging Lines, Pianca & Partners, Milan Design Week
_Design Neo Rurale, Giuseppe Arezzi x It's Great Design, Ragusa Ibla
_3co Design, Ministero degli Affari Esteri, Italian Institute of Culture in Prague
_Present Continuous by Nèo, 5 Vie Milano
_At Home 20.20 Projects For Contemporary Housing, MAXXI Museum, Rome
_Presentation 00 Design Brussels, Area 42, Bruxelles
_XXVI Compasso d'Oro - Mettere Radici, ADI Design Museum, Milan
_Pure Talents, Finalist, Imm Cologne
_Best of Pure Talents, ZOW Fair
_Nèo, Courmayeur Design Weekend
_Frontiere, New Expressions of Contemporary Design: Porto Design Biennale
_Lake Como Design Fair
_Edit Napoli
_Guiltless Plastic, Rossana Orlandi Gallery, Milan
_Giuseppe Arezzi, Dal Soggetto all’Oggetto: Italian Institute of Culture in Paris
_Lake Como Design Fair
_100×100 Achillle: Fondazione Achille Castiglioni, Milan
_Send Me The Future: Subalterno1 Gallery, Milan
_Giuseppe Arezzi, Beata Solitudo: “Una Stanza Tutta Per Sé | Cantiere Galli Design”, Rome
_New Craft | Call Under 35: XXI Triennale, Milan
Current Intern:
Virginia Boncoraglio
Past Collaborators:
Andrea Dinapoli
Stefano Guastella
Eleonora Novati
Dalila Musso
Ludovico Spataro
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