is Art Director for rexa
Monica Graffeo lives and works in Pordenone,where she has been involved in design, art direction, and strategic design since 1998. An art director for Rexa since 2014, shehas created the Fonte, Esperanto and Moode collections for the company. She has received several prestigious awards for her work, including the Young & Design Award in 2003 and 2004 and the Good Design Award from the Chicago Atheneum Museum of Architecture in 2005. In 2009 and 2011, she was includedin the ADI Design Index (the Italian Association for Industrial Design), ayearly publication that brings together the best of Italian design in production.
"Fonte evokes Oriental poetry, in which the care of the body and the quest for wellbeing encounter design, constructing a welcoming and comfortable space."
"Moode plays with asymmetrical shapes, creating a unique and ordered space that hints at a pleasant feeling of softness."
"Esperanto is the perfect point where shapes encounter shapes within a space, accompanying and enveloping the gestures of daily life throughitscompositions."
Hammam brings back to the atmospheres of the Hammam and the Onsen, the typical Japanese bathroom, a charming and sensory place where the functional aspects have also deeper meanings.
— Compact Living
A project that focuses on a limited depth storage concept and develops towards vertical proportions, encompassing the washbasin and leaving free space for an improved space experience, and in order to find things right where we need them, not in the second or third row, but everything in the foreground.