马克·皮瓦:Nice to meet you too, it’s a great pleasure. With my Studio, I develop my activity around the cultural tradition of the project and conceptual and stylistic innovation, necessary tools to approach the design process with originality and authenticity.

My design philosophy could therefore be translated into assiduous research into the formal and functional aspects of space, up-to-date technologies and materials, developed with great attention to the environment. The continuity between architecture and interior design also plays a strategic role in the success of the Studio's projects. Furthermore, Studio Marco Piva develops its activity by promoting Italian Design: an intense process of creation, experimentation and realisation of products and projects aimed at pursuing wellbeing and beauty in order to offer the world something authentic and new, long-lasting and always in line with customers' requests.





马克·皮瓦:I really like the new coloursense collection. I believe that the idea for the collection came from the fact that the world of wood is evolving strongly today, both because it’s the most sustainable material and because the woods proposed by Beamy, which are those used by Foglie D'Oro, all come from regenerated forests and are characterised by great performance, and in themselves have particular colour tonal variations.

This collection can help architects and interior designers to create environments that are different from the traditional ones, where colour is not used in an 'extensive' way, but more targeted.





马克·皮瓦:Regarding Foglie D'oro flooring, the collection designed by me in particular, has its intrinsic value already in its name: "ELEMENTA" means that it’s composed of elements, essential parts that can "live" on their own, but that if they are composed, they are enriched, generating very fine and elegant designs and decorations.

In our projects we always start with an investigation of the material in its essentially and simplicity, and to give an example, the "Regolo" floor of the Elementa Collection, in its simplest version is almost a freshly worked material, which can then be enriched with inserts of other materials such as metal, stone, marble, giving life to floors that can be completely modularized and customized, a need that is increasingly requested by the end user.





马克·皮瓦:I’m always very enthusiastic about working with wood, because wood was the first material for architecture. Experimenting myself, I have always recognized the expressive possibilities in the use of wood in different areas, from the construction of buildings, to the lining of the interior, to the single product. Wood is a very fascinating material for me, it is versatile, moldable, it lends itself to use together with other materials to generate excellent results in terms of performance and even aesthetics. One of the advantages of wood is certainly the fact that it is one of the most environmentally friendly materials available, able to express housing performance of the highest level.




马克·皮瓦:Our way of designing is to recover these signs and recompose them in evernew scenarios, as regards the relationship with homes, which are now increasinglyimportant and fundamental places, Wood in this sense can play a fundamental rolebecause it is a living matter, a material that is sensitive and pleasant to the touch.

Beamy offers surfaces that are not only visibly attractive, but also physically tactilegenerating interaction also in the relationship with light, creating a play betweenmatter, color and intended use. This approach in the home environment is veryInteresting andstimulating forme.





马克·皮瓦:Designers have a great responsibility, they have to take care of developing projects that are not only aimed at creating objects of a functional nature, but also capable of creating an interaction with the user and respecting our planet: objectives that go beyond function, that have to investigate the social aspects of the use of products, so that they can respond to what are the dynamic drives of our society.

To the new generations, I would like to suggest that they should always be curious, creative and let themselves be inspired by the environment: our task is to imagine what the user's behaviour and relations with the context and the object itself might be, taking into consideration the ethics of production, from the use of materials, to the energy needed to produce them, to the packaging that will house them, to the possibility of recycling or regenerating parts of it at the end of its use.




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