FIMA Carlo Frattini presents a new concept of faucet, a disruptive project for the market. A body with its possible evolution that has been created through a different way of thinking about matter and intrinsic functions of the mixer, and breaking the traditional way of imagining a collection. ...
Born in 1966 in Varallo (VC), graduated in engineering, he starts projecting after an activity of research at the Turin Polytechnic University. Ever since fond of project culture, of the ways how technological conception and production, communication and marketing strategies interfere in the making and the presentation of a product, he developed through the years a consistent series of co-operation jobs with companies of different production fields: lighting, home fittings, radiators, coverings and bathrooms.
From 1999 until 2007 he develops in Ritmonio the concept itself of the company becoming its creating soul. In 2010 he forms the new furniture brand Liberostile (www.liberostile.it), and the design studio DueAunoI with architects Frigerio and Fumagalli. Numerous are the teaching experiences in co-operation with different institutes and universities such as the Faculty of Design at the Milan Polytechnic University, where he was lecturer during the academic year 2001-02.
He boasts various international awards: five selections for Adi Design Index, two at Compasso d’Oro, two awards at Young and Design, Design Plus, one first prise at the International Design Awards and one Good Design Award. He is member of the Permanent Territorial Observatory on Design and of the Thematic Committee for Adi Design Index and Compasso D'oro. (www.adidesign.org).