Vudafieri Saverino Partners

 

  
  viale Lombardia, 66 20131 Milano, Italy
  
  Phone: 39 02 973839-00
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   www.vudafierisaverino.it

 

VUDAFIERI · SAVERINO PARTNERS, MILANO - SHANGHAI

 VUDAFIERI SAVERINO PARTNERS is a design firm run by architects Claudio Saverino and Tiziano Vudafieri. True to the Milanese tradition of the “creative studio”, the work field spreads from architecture, to retail design, to interior design and decoration. Since 2000, a significant part of the firm’s activity has been devoted to worldwide retail design projects for the most important luxury prêt-à-porter brands. Major architectural projects by Vudafieri Saverino Partners include residential, private and public, commercial and industrial buildings, while interior design projects are mostly focused on residences, art galleries and offices. In recent years the firm has worked all over the world and in January 2012 opened its first foreign office based in Shanghai. Vudafieri Saverino Partners Shanghai branch is focusing from design development to working drawings for the projects located in China and Far East . Tiziano Vudafieri was born in 1958 in Castelfranco Veneto and graduated in Venice in 1985.  From 1986 to 1994 he worked in Milan as a chief designer, consultant, and partner of design offices such as Sottsass Associati and Studio Cibic & Partners, collaborating on a host of architectural and design projects both in Europe and in the United States. In 1994 he opened Studio Vudafieri, now called Vudafieri Saverino Partners. Claudio Saverino was born in Milan in 1965 and graduated in Milan in 1992. He started working as a set designer and graphic designer for the publishing industry. From 1992 to 1998 he worked with Studio Soro and was chief designer of many projects, encompassing both public and residential. He also contributed industrial design projects for De Padova, I.C.F., Cassina and others. He joined Vudafieri Saverino Partners in 1999.

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