He have a degree in Industrial Design and a lot of creativity: Gabriele Bavastrelli is a 37 years old designer and he always got a clear head about his future. In the early years of his career he gained experience in well-known studies in Milan, including the Studio Micella where he managed the development of three-dimensional models while taking his first steps in the field of Interior Design. Cooperating with the Studio Fabio Rotella he refined his designer skills and worked for top brands like Heineken, Andrea Fenzi, Avon Celli, D&G and Breil. After this important experience, he joined the Studio Roberto Paoli with which developed his skills in industrial design too. Since 2006 he directs his own Studio, allowing him to expand in every sphere of creativity: graphic design, web design, interior design and industrial design are just some of the areas in which it engages. In the last years his work has evolved into the creation of the jewelry collection "Relicon" for Stella Milano, followed by activities like the engineering and supply many industrial kitchen cabinets for public places, hotels and canteens through the B2Group project, directed to the contract market and to the large structures. In 2012 he received a prestigious nomination in the ethic design industry, being a finalist of the International Award "gradesignEtico", with the biofireplace "Slit", designed for Caleido Ecofire, in addition to seeing his projects "Chop & Steel" (a multi-function kitchen cutting board made of steel and wood) and "Little Man" (an original interpretation of a valet stand) selected into the book "Design For 2013".
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