Lighting Smart Objects – Reinvent new ways of communication which came alive through design.
Dkoll Design & Comunicazione. Research & Development Studio that through the contamination of ideas, cultures and skills, is committed to rediscover new ways of communicating and dialogue between past and future, revitalizing the artistic tradition of the regions and combining them with new communication technologies in the creation of products and innovative services that seek balance in the human vs. relationship technology.
Daughter of art, in 2005 in Brazil he attended the course of Metal Restorer and began his work as a cultural promoter, he trained as Interior Design in Tuscany and graduated with a career mention in “Design and Communication” at the University of Campania “Luigi Vanvitelli.” His curiosity leads her to the research world and today she collaborates with established companies of innovative entrepreneurship.
Artist and self-producer, he belongs to the third generation of master craftsmen, a passion that was handed down from his father and that still today is cultivated. His manual skills and raging creativity lead him to carry out his work with skill and tenacity. Always looking for perfection, its products reflect the Made in Italy quality and the craftsmanship that has been intrinsic in our territories for centuries.
Collection Arts is a hybrid project based on cultural contamination between past and future, combined with new communication technologies. The observation and study of the works of the Dutch painter Mondrean inspired Q_Light, the first work of the “Art’s” collection. The fusion of elements of the neo-plasticist school, constructive refinement to the power of chromotherapy light through the new IoT technologies, highlighting the primary relationship between art as an expressive form and the design object, able to generate emotions around its function of use in everyday life.
DKOLL will be present with its product at the exhibition “Light art and colors 2018”.
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