Alberto Ghirardello was born in 1985 in Vicenza. After gaining his Industrial Design bachelor degree at I.U.A.V. University of Venice in 2007, he moved to Milan and enrolled at Politecnico Master degree in Industrial Design. While attending the design courses he gained his experience also through several collaboration: after a short period at Habits studio he had a six months collaboration at Bartoli Design studio. From 2010 to 2012 he had been working for Giulio Iacchetti’s design studio (with whom he graduated in 2010). In 2013 he founded his own design studio, working on the full spectrum of design and collaborating with several companies, both Italian and foreign. His work is covered by many design magazines and exhibited in many events like Fuorisalone, Maison & Objet, Ambiente, Salone del Mobile, Roma Design Più, Abitare il Tempo, Macef, Hong Kong Design Week and Triennale Design Museum.
Much of my work comes from a careful observation of everyday life.
I like to analyze human behavior to identify small problems to be solved with simple and solutions, that can also be aestethically pleasing.
The form – function binomial is now given for granted, we must begin to consider a third value and think in terms of form – function – emotion.
Objects, by their nature, are passive instances, but some have a empathic charge that makes them look different: in what I do I like to instill a poetic or exciting element, something that generaties surprise, irony or mere sympathy that makes the product vibrating, even if for just a moment.