Milano, Italy

Giulio Iachetti

Born in 1966, Giulio Iacchetti has been working as an industrial designer since 1992. His award-winning work focuses on research and the creation of innovative object typologies. In 2001 and 2014, he received two prestigious Compasso d’Oro awards for projects created in collaboration with Matteo Ragni. The first, for the Moscardino biodegradable spoon/fork (which later became a part of MoMA’s permanent collection), and the second for the Sfera series. In 2009, he received the Premio dei Premi award from the President of the Italian Republic, for the Coop Eureka project. Minimal, cutting-edge, and refined, Giulio Iacchetti’s work embodies the spirit of Italian innovation. Throughout his prolific career, he has created designs for many renowned brands, including Alessi, Fontana Arte, and Artemide.  He is also an Art Director for Danese Milano, Dnd, Myhome, and Internoitaliano. Giulio Iacchetti currently lives and works in Milan.

Creative Field

Industrial Design

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