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April 13, 2018

How creating meaningful objects can make people fall in love with them by Sara Ferrari

Jumpthegap®(talk) arrives in Italy on Thursday 19th April as part of the Milano Design Week. 

Jumpthegap®(talk) arrives in Italy on Thursday 19th April as part of the Milano Design Week. Within the Fuorisalone 2018, Architettura in Corto, a series organized by Roca to promote the film format to narrate the architectural process, the designer Sara Ferrari will give a jumpthegap®(talk) at the Xperience Hub in Milan at 4.30 pm (Via Privata Gaspare Bugatti, 18).

Those interested can now register on the website of the event.

Sara Ferrari is an awarded designer that will propose a reflection on the significance of objects, why and what they are designed for and how to innovate by working on the significance of products. Through her knowledge and professional experience, she will explain what it takes to build a meaningful design that will appeal to users. The designer has collaborated with numerous companies and she has won many prestigious awards such as the Design Award in 2014, the Red Dot Award for the project of the MIA pellet stove and the third place in the Young & Design Award 2015 project with the Libra lamp.