Born in La Spezia, Italy, Gaetano Pesce studied Architecture at the University of Venice between 1958 to 1963 and during his career, that distances four decades with commissions in architecture, urban planning, interior, exhibition, and industrial design, the top product designer has conceived public and private design projects in the United States, Europe, Latin America, and Asia. One Hundred Edition offers to you some of his most stunning and impressive works!
“I like beauty full of mistakes because we are human. Perfection is for machines, it is obsolete, gone.”
In all his work, Gaetano Pesce expresses his guiding principle: the modernism is less a style than a method for interpreting the present and hinting at the future in which individuality is preserved and celebrated.
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The top product designer’s work is featured in over 30 permanent collections of the most important museums and contemporary art galleries in the world. Gaetano Pesce‘s experience has been global, his innovations consistently groundbreaking. Borders among art, design, and industry are irrelevant to the Italian product designer, as art is most certainly not something created and put on a pedestal.
Throughout his career, Gaetano Pesce’s enthusiastic work has experimented with color and industrial materials like polyurethane foam, resin, and plastics. However, his most radical innovation is the mixture of social commentary and unique design.
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