Antonio Barone (1981)

I studied Industrial and Exhibit Design at Politecnico di Milan, and collaborated with several design practices including James Irvine studio in Milan (2007/11) and OMA/Rem Koolhaas in Rotterdam (2012/20), as designer of products, furniture and exhibitions. Works include Knoll’s ‘Tools for Life’ furniture collection and pavilions, exhibition design for ‘Elements of Architecture’ at the 2014 Venice Architecture Biennale, displays and retail designs for Repossi and an ongoing investigation on workplace design, the latest of which resulted in a system of furniture for Axel Springer’s new headquarter in Berlin.
In 2015 I co-founded Cookies collective, a platform for art curation and architecture investigating the use of exhibition-making as a medium.


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