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100 Top Interior Designer: Marco Piva

Marco Piva is one of the best interior designers who work in the fields of architecture, master planning, interior, and industrial design. The Italian architect and top interior designer is deeply interested in material research and technology, and how to apply these elements in a way that informs the interaction people have with his spatial volumes. One Hundred Edition presents to you, dear design-lover, some of the most marvelous interior design projects by Marco Piva: creative works where luxury and sophistication are the principal actors.

Exciting, fluid, functional: three characteristics that define the design language of Marco Piva. During the ’80s, the Italian designer founded his own design studioStudio Marco Piva – whose work ranges from large projects to architectural interior design, to industrial design. Besides being an incredible interior designer, his developed architectural unique design is inspired by a complex where the historical building, fully restored, is joined to a new contemporary designed building.

“Our studio develops its activities starting first from the “background” of a specific territory if we talk about Master Planning, of a specific character of the surrounding city if is an architecture, of the mean of a new product if is the case of a piece of industrial design.”

Marco Piva 

“Architecture, interior, and product design merge in an asynchronous process to reach a unitary work, that assures continuity and fluidity of language in both stylistic and functional terms. I feel like a “director of an orchestra “, where music ”the project” is conceived creatively. That’s what I love most of my job.”

Marco Piva

 

See also: 100 Top Interior Designer: Jorge Cañete

 

A traveler and a designer, an innovator who is educated in rational approaches, Marco Piva is presently one of the world’s top references regarding Italian design and architecture. In all interior design projects created by him, his main goal is to combine hotels’ requirements, internationally oriented, keeping the key brand elements of a city like Milan: style, fashion, and design.

“I do believe that the roots of the Italian approach to Architecture and Design come from giants like Leonardo Da Vinci, Brunelleschi, Leon Battista Alberti, Palladio.”

Marco Piva

 

Marco Piva’s artistic work has had an impact worldwide, proving once again that the Italian touch, when done right, is always special for these contemporary interior design projects.

 

See also: 100 Top Interior Designer: Brunete Fraccaroli

 

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