Who I am? A curious person, nature lover, passionate about old cars and outdoor sports. Colors, lights, sensations bring out new solutions, inspirations for different graphics, a new shape, an idea not yet tested. I would travel all the time to "refresh myself" from distant countries, other cultures ... Nature inspires me, art fascinates me, Italy is my country!
2016-17 qualification as safety coordinator
1998 enrolled in the Professional Register of Architects
1992, Degree at Torino Polithecnic; Architects
Member of Brunazzi & Associati since 2012
Designer specialized in the design of integrated visual communication systems, of packaging for branded and corporate brand products, graphics and architecture.
Architectural systems designer for exhibition stands and product design.
since 2012 creative consultant of the Zero agency in Milan
since 1995 Creative Director of Brunazzi & Associati in Turin
1992/1994 Designer and later Project Leader at Siebert Head in London
AWARDS AND PRIZES
1993 Targa d’Oro della comunicazione pubblicitaria
Menzione Onorevole, Cartiere Burgo, Advertising Product Larius
1996 Targa d’oro della comunicazione pubblicitaria, highly commended, Biblioteca Regionale d’Aosta.
1997 Grand Prix Italiano del Design, 1° premio assoluto, Espositori per guanti Invicta.
1998 Premio Mediastars, 1° premio per la Stampa Tecnica Specializzata, Campagna istituzionale Cartiere Burgo,
Andrea Brunazzi Special Star per la creatività
1998 Bio 16 Lubiana, selected for Italy, Bibliothèque Régionale d’Aoste and Enciclopedia della Carta Burgo
1998 Festival Internazionale della Comunicazione Sociale
1° premio Sezione Relazioni Pubbliche, “Vent’anni per Bene” Associazione Culturale Amici di Bene
2000 Design 2K competition. The Big Book of Design Ideas, Monetti, exhibition
2000 ADI Design Index, Labels, Vin Blanc de la Salle
2002 Targa d’Oro della comunicazione
Highly Commended 2° premio di categoria
Creativity and Technical Print Advertising Burgo “Le mille e una carta”
2003 Targa d’Oro della comunicazione
Targa d’argento 1° Place Category
Targa d’oro 1° Place assoluto, Advertising campaign Burgo “Origami”
2005, Grand Prix Design&Packaging, 1° Place Category Packaging, Previa Products, Interprogress
2006 Premio TP, Corporate Identity, Special Mention
Advertising and Corporate Identity L’Esagono, Amici della Cultura
2007 Grand Prix Brand Identity, 1st Place, Corporate Identity
1st Place exaequo categoria Publishing Design
Arctic Paper Italia
2008/2009 Premio Pubblicità&Successo, Highly Commended
2011 Premio Freccia d’Oro, 1st Place overall, Product and services, Business to Business, The Black Box Project (Eat More Pasta), Iggesund, Paperboard AB
2011 Premio Mediastars, Corporate Identity, 1° Prize, Creative PR Objecto, Comune di Torino, Tourism, Andrea Brunazzi Special Star for Structural Design
Rivola: Monolithic seat, organic design. It was designed to be positioned outdoors (parks, gardens, etc.). It has no problems if the ground on which it rests is not level. A seat designed to integrate with the natural landscape, a shape that seems shaped by time and atmospheric agents, a monolith, a sculpture. There is also the version in polished steel which is produced to order.
Main Image Image #1 : Andrea Voltolina Image #3 : Andrea Voltolina Image #1 : Ada Brunazzi Image #2 : Ada Brunazzi Image #4 : Ada Brunazzi
Casa Della Quercia
Single Family Villa
Moncalieri (Torino), Italy
Land well exposed and panoramic with a centuries-old oak. The swimming pool is located at the rear of the building in a large patio, in a protected position with a microclimate suitable for mid-season rather than being located, as generally happens, in the garden in front of the villa, where it would have occupied a large part of the lawn. A central shaft gives light and air to the rooms in the basement. Built according to the most recent anti-seismic regulations and for energy containment.
Image #1: Photographer Ada Brunazzi Optional Image #1: Photographer Ada Brunazzi Optional Image #2: Photographer Ada Brunazzi Optional Image #3: Photographer Ada Brunazzi Optional Image #4: Photographer Ada Brunazzi