DNA Bench designed by Leonardo Rossano
Architect and designer he graduated in '91 in Florence, where he stays. In the 90's he worked together with designer Claudio Nardi's studio making for exclusive property, public areas and stores consisting of leading Italian professionals like Dolce & Gabbana, G. Ferre and Valentino. Because '98 he is a freelance designer of furnishings, providing suits, exhibit room and firm picture interaction. His customer selection consists of, TMA, Lapalma, R.F. Yamakawa and Real Design. For Clerprem, he worked as art director supervising the style of seats and parts for trains. After finishing his thesis, he was teaching aide to Prof. Robert Segoni in the course of "Industrial Design " just before becoming an educator himself lecturing for the Bachelor of Fashion Design in Florence unitl '09. The subjects he instructed featured "Furniture design Product" and "Theory and History of Industrial Design. "He presently teaches Furnishings Design at the Florence Institute of Design International.Bench DNA The seating system design by Leonardo Rossano and Debora Mansur for TRUE design will certainly be displayed at canopy 24 C11 C07 in Salone Del Mobile in Milan on April 09- 14, 2013. Influenced by the powerful forms of biogenetics, the modular bench DNA is the collaborative layout remedy of Leonardo Rossano and up and coming Brazilian architect Deborah Mansur. The distinct construction assembly is developed by a solitary section of curved plywood, that is mirrored in design to develop a number of seating configurations. The layout of this bench is intended mostly for public spaces. The leg and table are composed from the very same aspect, as a result producing a collection that could come to be infinite. The result of this system, is an astounding furniture piece, formed after the coil kind, in which each completed section develops a specific seat for the customer developing comfort in a public space.DotDeveloped as an isle of comfort from easy natural forms the bed "Dot" is made by the manufacturer Esedra and developed by Leonardo Rossano. The simplicity of the design exposes several features: an orbit shaped rack could be moved to the center of the bed and turned into a table for tv, laptop computer, or breakfast.SpartaThe seating collection "Sparta" is cooperation between Leonardo Rossano and a young American designer Michelle Ashcraft. Simple yet classy, with a clear framework and great information, the collection is generated by a Tuscan firm Esedra. Sparta is reduced from simple sheet of plywood after that set up by competent artisans. Sparta is a seating device with a modern design, in which harmony of proportions and comfort characterize an extremely versatile product appropriate for exclusive and public rooms. A graceful style that talks the language of archetypal forms.The Archimede Laptop CaddyPresenting among the most versatile and clean-looking ergonomic workstations we have actually ever viewed. The Archimede Laptop Caddy (2006) by Leonardo Rossano has a tabletop that readjusts from resting to standing elevation with the simplicity of a job chair-style gas piston and a computer mouse tray that can be placed on left or.The two table top surface areas are individually adjustable, each with several inclinations and heights to suit any kind of scenario, whether the customer is standing or seated on a couch, chair or bed . Using on smooth-gliding casters, the legs turn and allow the whole basket to fold up flat, to a simple 4.7" for storage in a slim space. Although, with capability that varies from computer system use to side table to TELEVISION tray, it's hard to visualize this basket being stored for extended periods. Crafted with readjusting mechanisms concealed in televisions, the Archimede Basket has a structured, basic look that operates in any type of atmosphere. Rossano holds a degree in design and created his final treatise on computer system workstations.