Andrea Mancuso is a designer with a long experience in furniture and lighting design and was part of Nigel Coates Studio’s team.
From Hypnerotosphere, an installation presented at the 11th Venice Architecture Biennale he has been involved in many other projects with links to Alessi, Ceramica Bardelli, Fornasetti, Fratelli Boffi, Poltronova, Slamp and Swarovski. His Plat à fromage was part of the 2013 triennial exhibition Kama.
Emilia Serra is an Italian architect and has a wide range of experience in exhibitions, installations and interior design.
She is currently doing a PhD in Design Products, Royal College of Art, focusing on integrating the separate domains of craftsmanship and 3d digital technologies.
Analogia Project is the result of a long-term collaboration between designer Andrea Mancuso and architect Emilia Serra. Their different backgrounds allowed them to explore both space and objects. The aim of their projects is to experiment new visual language and explore our relationship with everyday elements that are normally taken for granted. Every project is a pretext to find new ways to merge digital process and craftsmanship.
They have exhibited in main design fairs in Europe and their work have been published worldwide.