Andrea Maragno

  • 19 septembre 2016


Andrea Maragno
JoeVelluto – design and communication studio

JoeVelluto (JVLT) is a design and communication studio located in Vicenza. In 2002 it entered the competition “Opos Under 35” with “RosAria,” disposable rosary beads made from bubblewrap, the studio’s first official project which soon became part of a number of permanent design collections both in Italy and abroad.
The following is a list of the studio’s most significant events: in 2005 it presented the book “Salefino: nuovi sapori dal design italiano”, Ed. Abitare Segesta; in 2006, together with C. Morozzi, it launched the communications project “Nazionale Italiana Design” alongside a new brand called “CoincasaDesign”, curated by JoeVelluto(JVLT), received a honour mention from international jury of XXII Compasso d’Oro ADI Prize.
Since 2006 it has worked on projects for display design and installations for Pitti Immagine; in 2008 the Coroitalia project “Saver” received a mention in the ADI Design Index. In November of the same year the studio presented the exhibition/event “UseLess Is More”–the very first interpretation of the concept of Adesign; the title was also used for a book published by Corraini.
In 2011 Solo exhibition « funcooldesign » curated by Oliviero Toscani, Triennale Design Museum, Milan.
JoeVelluto (JVLT) currently does consulting as well as artistic coordination for several firms and since 2015 is the director of studies and art director of Scuola Italiana Design, a brand of Science and Technology Park of Padova.