Francesco Meda

Francesco Meda

Francesco Meda, born in Milan in 1984 and a graduate in Industrial Design from the IED in 2006, began his career in London, working at the studios of Sebastian Bergne and Ross Lovegrove.

Since 2008, the year of his return to Milan, he has collaborated with some of the best-known names in Italian and international design, like Vitra, Kartell and Alessi. In 2016, collaborating with his father Alberto Meda, he took home the coveted Compasso d'Oro award for his sound-absorbing panel "Flap", which he designed for Caimi Brevetti.

In parallel, Francesco Meda is also involved with personal art projects, which include 3D printing various objects: his "Bridge" lamps and a line of jewellery called "Layers" have now earned a place in Milan's Triennale Design Museum.

www.francescomeda.com

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