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Designer name: Modoloco (Claudio Larcher & Flavio Mazzone)
  2001 -
Arch. Claudio Larcher Born in Milano in 1971 , Claudio graduated with a degree in architecture from the Polytechnic Institute of Milan in 1997. His thesis was done in conjunction whit the Centro Investigation Nacional de Madrid, Spain. In 1998 his work included works and research for the platform “Analisi dei Sistemi Urbani” (Analysis of Urban Systems) at the University of Milan. One year later, Claudio was awarded a prestigius scholarship from the Italian Minister of Culture for research at the Center de Estudi della Mediterranea,in Barcelona, Spain. Between 1999 and 2001 he worked in collaboration with various architects and studios such as AXE , Sole y Espelt, Actar Arquitectura. In 2001 Claudio received a master in web design at the Domus Academy, Milan and worked as a freelance designer. Currently Claudio Larcher works also as an assistant on the platform, “Progettazione Architettonica” at the Polytechnic of Milan. Arch. Flavio Mazzone Born in Milan in 1969, Flavio graduated with a degree in Architecture at the Polytechnic of Milan in 1995. After some experiments in collaboration with different professional studios, Flavio, won the competition for the realization of the The Museum of Toys along with architect Paolo Caputo in 1997. From 1996 to 1999 Flavio worked in collaboration with the design studios Fenizia. During this time, his most notable works includes design of interior, concepts from window dressing, complete interior deign, and even designing events for such notable fashion brands including: Kenzo, Valentino, and Dolce & Gabbana. In 1998 Flavio worked with architect David Chipperfield and designed the showroom Of Pasquale Bruni in Milan. Since November of 1999, Flavio Mazzone has dedicated his time as a freelance designer and continues to study the themes of designing spaces for the fashion industry.


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