Aldo Parisotto (Monselice, 1962) graduates at IUAV of Venice with James Stirling. From 2001 to 2003 teaches interior design in Trieste and still collaborates as a visiting professor with several italian universities.
Massimo Formenton (Padova, 1964) graduates at IUAV as well in 1989. He starts his professional career in 1990 and creates the Parisotto+Formenton studio in Padova, which since 2004 is based in Milan too.
Their design research is focused towards multiple themes, developing experience nationwide and internationally. In the architectural field they have been dealing with museums projects, commercial spaces and residential buildings (they have recently completed the restoraton of the historical Ricordi palace beside the Vittorio Emanuele gallery in Milano). In the interior design field the core business is represented by a 360° retail design, from concept to project management, throughout extended collaboration with important italian and international firms of fashion and luxury (among others, Francesco Biasia, Salvatore Ferragamo, Eleventy, Testoni and Vic Matiè). Parisotto+Formenton are also the brains behind the concepts of the Nespresso boutiques all over the world. In the products design field they have significant collaborations with famous brands of the illumination and furniture.
True Design products
Millepiedi is characterized by a modern and minimal design and develops a concept of functionality and flexibility in a wide range of configurations and dimensions.
Oscar: a multi-dimensional sofa collection with a geometric structure and bolster-style backrest, softened by curves and smooth lines.
A comfortable and flexible seating system, suitable for any space thanks to the infinite syntactic possibilities.
An easy, flexible seating system, suitable for any space thanks to the infinite syntactic possibilities.
Blade is a family of tables available in several options (with squared or round top) and consolles.
The design of this new table starts from the section of the top profile. The table originates from its edge. It is a soft, enveloping and ergonomic border, able to welcome the users leaning on it. It also becomes an aesthetic line with a clean design.
Much more than a table: a living space that becomes a kitchen and a place of conviviality, becoming the beating heart of home and work life.
Wing is a table created for working areas, but it can also fit inside a home-office or domestic environment.
The new coffee tables derive from the Blade family, with which they share the great formal lightness and the marked bevel of the top that lightens the perception of its shape.