Collaborations

collaborations

Designer, artists, partners who collaborate with Moret on the creations of rare rugs with innovationative, stylish and technichal approach.

Cleto Munari

Cleto Munari is an Italian designer who, since his first meeting with Carlo Scarpa in 1973, has directed his activities and researches towards the industrial design, working for major companies all around the world. Constantly in search of inspirations, ideas and original projects, Munari is open to a relentless analysis and experimentation with forms and materials. His objects – epically the one produced in silver and gold – are kept in the permanent collections of several major museums worldwide, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

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Lawrence Ferlinghetti

Lawrence Ferlinghetti is an American poet, painter, liberal activist, and the co-founder of City Lights Booksellers & Publishers. Author of poetry, fiction, plays, art criticism, and film narrations, he is famous for his best-selling book A Coney Island of the Mind (New Directions, New York 1958), a collection of poems which has been translated into nine languages, with sales of over one million copies. He has given various exhibitions of his paintings in USA and Italy. He still lives in San Francisco, and one of the roads in town has been called after his name.

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Dario Fo

Dario Fo is an Italian satirist, playwright, theatre director, actor, composer and painter. His dramatic work employs comedic methods of the ancient Italian commedia dell’arte, a theatrical style which has been popular, since the distant past, with working classes. He has been running and operating his own theatre company together with his wife, the actress Franca Rame, for various decades. He was awarded the 1997 Nobel Prize for Literature. The Nobel Committee defined Dario Fo as a writer “who emulates the jesters of the Middle Ages in scourging authority and upholding the dignity of the downtrodden.

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Alessandro Mendini

Alessandro Mendini is an Italian designer and architect. He has played an important role in the development of Italian design worldwide. Apart from all his various artistic commitments, he has directed Casabella, MODO and Domus magazines. In Italy, he designed the Alessi factories in Omegna, the new Olympic swimming-pool in Trieste, several underground stations in Naples, the Byblos Art Hotel – Villa Amistà in Verona and new offices for the Trend Group in Vicenza. He also restored the public gardens in Naples and designed commercial buildings, offices, and homes in Milano Bovisa. Abroad, he designed a tower in Hiroshima, the Groningen Museum in Holland, a district of Lugano in Switzerland, an office building for Madsack in Hanover and a commercial building in Lörrach in Germany, and many other buildings in Europe and the United States.

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Ettore Mocchetti

Ettore Mocchetti is an architect and interior designer, graduated from the Politecnico di Milano, specialized in graphic design and interior design. In 1975 he collaborated with Oscar Niemeyer on a publication on new ideas for urban construction. From 1970 to 1977 he directed the weekly magazine “Epoca” and between 1998 and 2004 “Condé NastTraveller”. The reorganization of the historic center of Varese and the urban replanning of the Aeolian Islands bear his signature, among others. Since 1980 he has been the editor of the interior design magazine “AD: Architectural Digest”, one of the most influential in the world.

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Mario Botta

Mario Botta is one of the most influential and innovative architects in the world. In 1969 he received his degree in Architecture in Venice under the supervision of Carlo Scarpa and Giuseppe Mazzariol. In 1970, he started his own private studio in Lugano. He has taught in Losanna, Yale, and in various prestigious international institutions. His works have extensively covered various kinds of private and public commissions for schools, banks, libraries, museums, bus stations and churches. He has contributed in renovating La Scala theatre in Milan and the Querini Stampalia library in Venice. In 2006 he received the Grand Officer Award from President of the Italian Republic Carlo Azeglio Ciampi and designed his first spa, the Bergoase Spa in Arosa, Switzerland. He presently works in Mendrisio where he has opened a new space for research and exhibitions.

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Sandro Chia

Sandro Chia is a Florentine painter and sculptor. In his early thirties he became one of the main members of the Italian Transavantgarde, which reached its peak in the 1980s. He has lived in Rome for ten years and in New York for more than twenty, and has participated in exhibitions in Italy and abroad. His works are exhibited at the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam, the MoMA in New York, the Tate Gallery in London, the Museum of Art in Kochi, the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, the Kunsthalle Bielefeld, the Marx Collection in Berlin.

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Mimmo Paladino

Mimmo Paladino is an Italian painter, sculptor and engraver. He is one of the leading members of the Transavanguardia movement founded and theorized by Achille Bonito Oliva in 1980. Among his recent works: a group of sculptures shown en plein air in Orta San Giulio (Lake of Orta) in a show curated by Flavio Arensi, a horse floating to the shore in front of Villa Bossi, the Town Hall and a big blue horse over four metres high at the Amphitheatre of Vittoriale degli Italiani di Gardone Riviera (Brescia), housemuseum of the novelist Gabriele D’Annunzio. He is also interested in the relationship between visual art and sound and has worked with the sound artist Brian Eno on the installation I Dormienti for the Roundhouse, London in 1999 and on a piece for the Ara Pacis Museum in Rome in 2008. His works are permanently located in some of the major international museums, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NewYork.

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Javier Mariscal

Javier Mariscal is a Valencian Spanish artist and designer who has been living, since 1970, in Barcelona. His work has spanned through a wide range of mediums, ranging from painting and sculpture to interior design, landscaping, cartoons and films. In 1989, Cobi was chosen as the mascot for the Barcelona 1992 Olympic Games. In 1989 he opened the Estudio Mariscal and collaborated with designers and architects such as Arata Isozaki, Alfredo Arribas, Fernando Salas, and others. In 1995, Twypsy was chosen as the mascot for the Hannover 2000 Expo. In 1999 Mariscal received the national Design Prize of the Spanish Department of the Industry and the BCD Foundation grants for his professional career. In 2011 he won the Award of the Hungarian National Student Jury for the film Chico and Rita at the 7th Festival of European Animated Feature Films and TV Specials.

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Deisa Centazzo

Deisa Centazzo is an Italian artist and designer. She graduated at the Venice Art School and specialized in sculpture at Verona Academy of Arts and in London. She collaborated with a Swiss factory to create new designs to be applied to hybrid wind-solar energy machineries for developing countries. She also cooperated in a project for low cost clean energy, and is presently helping with new ideas to give colour to some housing districts in Milan. From 2009, Deisa Centazzo has been working at a special recycling project for various publishing houses.

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Peter Halley

Peter Halley is an American artist and a central figure in the Neo-Conceptualist movement of the 1980s. Known for his Day-Glo geometric paintings, Halley is also a writer, the former publisher of index Magazine, and a teacher; he served as director of graduate studies in painting and printmaking at the Yale University School of Art from 2002 to 2011. Halley lives and works in New York City.

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Óscar Tusquets

Óscar Tusquets after studying at the Llotja School of Barcelona and at the Barcelona School of Architecture, in 1964 he founded, together with Luis Clotet, the PER Studio. In 1987 he joined with the architect Carlos Diaz, with whom he initiated projects in different countries including Japan and Germany. In 1980 he participated in the extension of the Medical Faculty of Barcelona University and, two years later, the renovation of the Palau de la Música Catalan (Palace of Catalan Music). He also participated in various urban development projects like the renovation of the zone around the Convent del Àngels and the construction of the Vila Olimpica, both in the Catalan capital. Tusquets was the designer of the most spectacular station of Line 1 of the Naples Metro, Toledo Station, opened in 2012, deemed by many to be one of the most beautiful in the world. Receiver of several awards, in 1987, he was honoured with the Croce di St Jordi.

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Martino Gamper

Martino Gamper lives and works in London. Starting as an apprentice with a furniture maker in Merano, Gamper went on to study sculpture under Michelangelo Pistoletto at the Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna. He completed a Masters in 2000 from the Royal College of Art, London, where he studied under Ron Arad. Working across design and art venues, Martino Gamper engages in a variety of projects from exhibition design, interior design, one-off commissions and the design of mass-produced products for the cutting edge of the international furniture industry.

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Giorgio Cattano

Giorgio Cattano is an artist, architect and designer, interested experimenting in all fields from art to science. What interests him most is the relationship between things. Cattano is active in the design of furniture and jewellery. He lives between Amsterdam and Seville in Spain. For Cattano art is a song to be released from within, that makes us feel alive and free. It is also a different way of looking at things. The artist affirms that we cannot pretend to explain everything with sums and differences. Art helps us to see things from inside, and understand them a little better, making us feel closer to infinity.

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Mirco Cavallo

Mirco Cavallo, after several experiences in Germany and South America, in 1999 opens STUDIO 21, becoming thereafter STUDIOCAVALLO21. The studio covers various themes, from Architecture to Design, from Graphics to Art, subjects that involve experimentation; “constructing the world properly” – this is an undertaking highest on the ladder of the noble man which Mirco Cavallo introduces in all his work.

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Luca Bezzetto

Luca Bezzetto was born in Legnago (VR) from a family of furniture craftsmen, he drew deep inspiration for his works from this environment. After graduating at the IUAV University in Venice in 2002 he both worked as a designer and as lecturer in several study courses, inter alia: lecturer in the “Custom-made Internal Design” Workshop directed by Professors M. Molon and M. Caviasca; Lecturer in restoration for the Master’s degree “Architecture and Construction – Modern design in stone” directed by Professors M. Molon and M. Caviasca; Lecturer in the course “Architectonic Design – Design Laboratory I” – at the Mantua branch directed by Prof. Fernanda Incoronato.

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Manuela Bedeschi

Manuela Bedeschi was born in Vicenza, lives and works between Verona and Bagnolo di Lonigo (Vicenza). From 2000, at Villa Pisani Bonetti in Bagnolo di Lonigo, organises teaching visits, cultural events, Contemporary Art exhibitions. From 2007 Presides over the Cultural Association of Villa Pisani Contemporary Art, with which she arranges Exhibitions with international artists together with catalogue monographs. For a long time she has been lecturer at the University of Continuous Education in Verona with Painting laboratories and course in Art History.

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Paolo Manazza

Paolo Manazza was born in Milan in 1959, he alternates between Milan and Agrate Conturbia near to Lake Maggiore. He is an artist, writer and entrepreneur in the sphere of culture. After having studied ancient painting and the informal production of the New York and European Schools in the 1950’s, Paolo Manazza experiments with the chromatic overlaying in neo-informal painting which brings together the gestural expression with colour vibrations. In 2005 he received the honorific of Officer of the Italian Order of Merit. One of his paintings was featured on the cover of the Bonham’s Auctioneers catalogue in Oxford. He has held exhibitions in Milan, Rome, Florence, Naples, Venice, Brescia and in the UK, France, Switzerland, China, the USA, Monte Carlo, Korea and Egypt. His first NFT (Non-Fungible Token) was valued at $25 000. His works are to be found in public and private collections.

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Alberto Baccari

Alberto Baccari, Italian and American. Artistic director. Graphic designer. Author. Product designer. Film maker. Painter. Alberto is a creative innovator who has driven award-winning communication strategies for many of the most important brands in the world. He has worked in Tokyo, London, Barcelona, Los Angeles, Turin, Milan and New York. His work has been shown and has won awards inter alia: the Clio Award, a Lion at the Cannes Festival, The One Show, the NY Art Director’s Club, D&AD (British AD’s Club), Creativity, the Milan Triennale (industrial design), CA Ad Annual The British Television Award. A selection of his works is on permanent display at the Paris Louvre Museum. Amongst Baccari’s achievements is management of di Baccari Meckler Worldwide in New York,a group of international strategic thinkers.

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Scarlett Rouge

Scarlett Rouge is an artist, musician and writer stationed in Turin in Italy. Daughter of artist parents who launched from her legendary and eccentric childhood in Los Angeles, Scarlett cooperates with her mother, the inspirational and legendary Michèle Lamy and with her stepfather the renowned avant-garde designer, Rick Owens. After graduating from CalArts she continued to collaborate with the family business in the conceptualisation and production of phenomenal events, from the opening of its flagship store and the creation of works of art and contextual displays. Amongst these prominence must be given to “A Matter of Life and Death” a temporary installation created by Rouge in collaboration with Anatol LaFayette at the 2015 Venice Biennale. For Pure Film Creative, Scarlett collaborated with James Killough for the scripting of projects and separately with Rain Li for artistic filmed installations.

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Cedri & Martini

Cedri & Martini is the fruit of two design project experiences; Andrea Martini is the product of art research with sculpture as creative expression, whilst Renzo Cedri’s background is in industrial design, in the various methodologies of conceptualisation of a project and specifically in jewellery design. Different experiences, but still with a surprising correspondence in interests, which has made it simple to create objects fully representative of them both. Their passion for experimentation, taste for organic formations and geometric patterns in Nature resulted in the creation of futuristic objects which refer back to hydrodynamic forms of marine animals or translucent insect exoskeletons. Designer furnishings and accessories and personalised products, not restricted by the severe limitations of the market and serial production, are meant to be created in limited series or as unique pieces. All their creations are characterised by their signature and the silver logo, the stellar metal par excellence.

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designer

Selected by Moret to represent its present, exclusive interpreters of a possible dialogue between tradition and the contemporary.

Flavio Albanese

Flavio Albanese is a planner, designer and contemporary art collector. He has given courses and lectures at many international institutions, including the IUAV in Venice, the École Polytechinque Fédérale in Lausanne, Switzerland, the Art Institute of Chicago, the University of Yale, at Delft University of Technology in and at the University of Florida. In the threeyear period between 2007 and 2010, he was called to edit Domus, the prestigious magazine on architecture, design and contemporary art. In 1987, he founded the Vicenza-based architecture firm ASA Studioalbanese, which won the 2003 Mies Van der Rohe Award with the Neores project and was hosted at the Venice Architecture Biennale in 2004 and 2006.

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Sotirios Papadopulos

Sotirios Papadopulos is an architect, artist, designer and production designer. He graduated in Architecture from I.U.A.V. (Venice, Italy), then he followed the fine arts school of Venice and after that he got his Master’s degree from U.S.C.- Los Angeles USA in 1992. He lives and works between Greece and Italy applying architecture in 360ο. He operates in the fields of Digital Painting, public and private constructions, industrial design, set design, outdoor and green design, and he works on the concept and supervision of various exhibitions, too.

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Aldo Cibic

Aldo Cibic was one of Ettore Sottsass’ business partners and was also one of the designers and founders of the Memphis collection. In 1989, he founded Cibic&Partners. Today, the main activities take place in Milan for architectural projects and large interiors, and in Vicenza with CibicWorkshop for design and research activities. He also teaches at the Domus Academy and in various university faculties. He is an Honorary Professor at Tongji University in Shanghai. In 2010, he was among the three Italians invited by director Kazuyo Sejima to the 12th International Architecture Exhibition in Venice with the project: “Rethinking Happiness.” With Moret, he created the Happy Carpets collection, which includes Merry-go-round, selected by the New York Times as one of the best proposals at the Salone del Mobile (Milan Furniture Fair) in 2012.

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Samuele Mazza

Samuele Mazza began his professional career in the 1980s as a fashion designer, dealing with an environment that requires absolute rigour and an exasperated search for all that is contemporary and glamorous, and then crossing over into different disciplines. From creation to theory, Samuele Mazza analyses the fashion industry by tracing, through the monographs of the great designers published by Electa Mondadori, a “geography of fashion thought”. In 2001, he founded “Visionnaire” – a furniture brand that became well-known, now taken over by Ipe Cavalli. Together with Moret, Samuele Mazza created Rosenthal, Gotham, and Chrysler.

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Diego Chilò

Diego Chilò started working in construction and industrial design in 1984 and collaborated with Arch. Fiorenzo Valbonesi and Arch. Tobia Scarpa. Since 2006, he has been a member of the scientific committee for the magazine, Acciaio Arte Architettura and in the same year, he was recommended by the Dedalo Minosse International Prize panel for Architecture. In 2007, the Lapis project received the Innovation and Design Award at LivinLuce EnerMotive in Milan, and in 2013, Acqualuce received the Good Lighting Design Award from the Chicago Athenaeum. He has exhibited his works at Galleria Galica (MI), Musei Civici di Venezia, Triennale di Milano and Palazzo Firmian (TN).

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Matteo Cibic

Matteo Cibic is an Italian designer and creative director. He is known for creating objects with hybrid functions and anthropomorphic, joyful forms. He works indiscriminately with industrial processes and small-scale craftsmen, for luxury brands, collectors, and hi-tech companies. His best-known projects are the Domsai terrariums, the 10A clothing range, the VasoNaso research on objects and the Tim Towers in Rome. His works are exhibited in museums, institutions, and galleries all over the world. Matteo is an international awardwinning designer, and his work is published internationally. He received the international Young Talent of the Year 2017 award from Elle Decor. Matteo Cibic’s encounter with Moret resulted in the Intrigue collection, featuring works such as “A Sigar in Siena” and “Smiling at Ponte Vecchio.”

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Maurizio Molini

Maurizio Molini is a creative director of companies and industries, is leading Studio Molini – architecture, art and design firm that operates globally, where every project entails a point of interaction which creates an experience – an encounter between art and industry designed to rouse the senses and engage the mind at various levels of comprehension. Molini – whose explorations of art and culture via frequent travels throughout Asia, Africa, and the Americas – build upon his aesthetic foundation of Italian design. Graduated in Architecture from the IUAV in Venice, Maurizio Molini promotes corporate culture and the value of the Made in Italy through conferences on behalf of government institutions.

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Angelo Tartaglia

Angelo Luigi Tartaglia is Architect and Interior Designer. Graduating in Florence, then gaining experience in Italy and the USA, opened his own studio in Rome in 1987. With an interest in innovative methods of expression and the dynamics of changes in clothing, he focused his own design research on conceptual language, whose inspirational matrices are the most varied, and highly attentive to compositional development. A specialist in Internal Architecture, for many years he alternated between professional and teaching activities in the Faculty of Architecture of Roma Valle Giulia. He has collaborated with various companies in the field of industrial design.

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Luca Marcante

Luca Marcante is an architect from Vicenza born in 1966. Specialising in internal architecture and Interior Design, and developed a number of collaborations with companies locally and abroad. Amongst these is the historic Vicenza company Bisazza and with the jeweller Zancan, with whom some of his best attributes were developed, principally focusing on the creation of customised artefacts. His love of travel brought him into contact with international companies such as Bulgari Gioielle and Pal Zileri. It was through these important collaborations that Marcante honed his own capabilities in the creation of furniture, pavings, plasterwork and boiseries, and finally in creating unique carpet designs for Moret.

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Itamar Harari

Itamar Harari is a designer, architect and artistic director. After experience with the Marco Zanuso Studio Mendini and Atelier Achimia, he opened a studio in Milan ranging from architecture to design and artworks for clients in various countries. In 2023 he moved to Venice, strengthening collaborations with companies and craftsmen in the area, and continuing to design for brands in different countries and different sectors focusing on a wide range of types of products. His creative endeavours offer new suggestions and solutions through a singular, eclectic and ironic personal vision, adapting applied technology to creativity which is calming, communicative and breathtaking.

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Francesco Pascali

Francesco Pascali is an Italian architect, designer and creative director. He graduated in architecture at the IUAV University of Venice in 1984 with Aldo Rossi. From 1987 to 1995 he collaborated with the Albanese di Vicenza studio. He lived in Mantua from 1991 to 1995 where he opened his own professional studio. He worked in architecture and design with a particular interest in technical and creative processes, which – starting from essential needs – defines the material creation of form. He has designed and built residential homes of different sizes, industrial and office buildings, restored and restructured ancient buildings, shops and show-rooms, exhibition stands, and art shows, furniture design and furnishing accessories.

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