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Studiooxi architecture & design born from a synergy of three people who can join the project by multifaceted and dynamic key . The idea performs with a collective spirit based and from input perception that revolve around a project. Eachone with own professional nuances, personal attitudes and know-how of products.

Studiooxi architettura & design nasce dalla sinergia di tre persone che riescono ad accedere al progetto con una chiave di lettura poliedrica e dinamica. L’idea viene affrontata con uno spirito collettivo basato sulla percezione degli input che gravitano attorno ad un progetto, ognuno con le sue sfumature professionali, con le proprie attitudini personali e il know how dei prodotti.




Class of 1984 is a young designer who has found in its design, a passion and a profession. Even before beginning a university career, Brogi began his career in London, working with Jump Studios contributed to the realization of interior design projects for brands like Nike, Red Bull, Davidoff.With this first experience has decided to stay in London for several years, following his experience in the design and building his own aesthetic vision and functional objects. Back in Italy, he entered in the study of architecture in Florence by Claudio Nardi and graduated with honors from the Faculty of Architecture, School of Industrial Design at the University of Florence. After exploring the world of interior design and architecture, is continuing his training in the study by Roberto Lazzeroni, world-renowned designer who finally approaches to the design world. In 2009 he opened an office of Architecture & Design, experimenting right now with projects for private houses, shops and offices. Iacopo Brogi is always looking for new materials, experiences and opportunities that test his mind, creating a timeless space, designed to “bring out” the potential that every space can convey.

Born in 1975, belongs to the Ordine degli Architetti di Firenze.
He began his professional carrer in the staff of the architect Marco Giglioli in Castelfiorentino – Florence, where he worked on projects of Spa, Wellness Centers and construction projects with its formal development. One year later began the collaboration with the architect Claudio Nardi in famous works as: the international ideas contest for the Project of Museum of Contemporary Art in the Fabrika Shindlera in Kracow (won in 2007), the following realization of MOCAK (2010) and the restyling of the fashion boutique “LuisaViaRoma” in Florence.
That was a period of extensive training during which he range over through the world of design, interiors, up to the conception of buildings as a sensitive combination of surfaces and volumes made up of the contrast between plenums and voids. In 2011 he set up his own architecture and design studio, dealing with development plans, private houses and boutiques. His roots borned in the mediterranean culture and in the rationalism. He has always been charmed by the concept of sustainability, through the experimentations of new technologies and materials, in spaces where modern and ancient styles interact in a harmonious way. In this perspective, large scale architecture and high-design objects are approached through a clean and never common language.


Inspired by concepts coming from the “Bauhaus” as well as Scandinavian influences, defines his design as “illusory”, where play of different thicknesses, asymmetry and uneven lines generate unusual visual effects. His objects are based on homogeneous shades, which play down the importance of colour, thus giving way to the plays of light and shadow.Born in 1985, (Andrea) obtained a PhD with honors in Industrial Design at “Università degli studi di Firenze”. He then broadened his own design experience working in a design studio in London.In 2009 he was awarded first prize in the national contest “Piatti fondine & co” with a set of dishes sponsored by “Frescura Porcellane” company.His is a philosophy that comes from a pure and modest design, carachterised by a continual study of materials where the space is considered as part of balance between objects and their setting.The artistic trend to which his works belong is based on a formal “lexicon” comprised of a few carefully defined elements in which space is taken into considaration and becomes an integral part of the work.His approach to the project arises from an innate interest for everything that surrounds him.Without leaving out aesthtic taste, he attributes a functional and pragmatic worth to the objects.