Lorenzo De Bartolomeis, Gabriele Diamanti and Filippo Poli, are  three freelancers collaborating under ddpstudio brand since 2009. They come from different backgrounds (architecture, design, landscape, graphic), trying to put them together in a comprehensive poetic that fully involves the design world.

In the first year of collaboration they won the Milan Public Design Festival with the installation Bevetene Tutti; they became creative directors of the new brand Almove, designing the brand itself and the products.
In 2011 they started to collaborate with Ferrari Store, designing temporary installations on several occasions in Italy and around the world.
Ddpstudio is in charge for the restyling of Elmec corporate identity, from the brand to the fair stands. They are also involved architecture and interior projects and have been invited and awarded in architecture and design competitions.


Filippo participated in landscape design of urban space and public buildings for Zaragoza Expo 2008 (with Aldayjover). He has been lecturer at Milan Polytechnic from 2003 to 2007 and in 2006 he obtained a Master degree in Architecture and Urban Culture  (CCCB and UPC, Polytechnic University of Catalunya). He co-curated “Post it city”, an exhibition about urban temporary transformation, produced by CCCB Barcelona and presented in Lille, Bangkok and South America.
Lorenzo has been collaborated with Isao Hosoe since 2004 and has been in charged of Sacmi ceramics manufacturing machines and Loccioni automation, medical and renewable energies projects. He has designed several plastic products for GDO  market in the fields of storage, cleaning and table & kitchens. He has invented the Play40 cards game edited by Corraini and has collaborated with interior and accessories design firm Skitsch. Among the prizes received there are: Segnalazione Compasso d’Oro,  ADI Index, Good Design Chicago Athenaeum.
Gabriele has collaborated with Makio Hasuike in the design of home appliances, furniture, and accessories (MH Way). Since 2009 he is lecturer in Milan Polytechnic. He is developing a personal project for a solar household still for the developing countries (Eliodomestico) awarded at Hermes Prize, Core77 design award, and presented in several venues in Europe.

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