JoeVelluto (JVLT) is a design and communications studio located in Vicenza. In 2002 it entered the competition “Opos Under 35” with “RosAria,” disposable rosary beads made from bubblewrap, the studio’s first official project which soon became part of a number of permanent design collections both in Italy and abroad. The following is a list of the studio’s most significant events: in 2005 it presented the book Salefino: nuovi sapori dal design italiano, Editrice Abitare Segesta; in 2006, together with C. Morozzi, it launched the communications project “Nazionale Italiana Design” alongside a new brand called “CoincasaDesign”; since 2006 it has worked on projects for display design and installations; since 2007 members of the studio have been invited as visiting professors and held teaching posts at several Italian universities and institutes including the Italian School of Design in Padua, the Milan Polytechnic School of Design, the Naba in Milan, the Istituto Marangoni in Milan, Polimoda in Florence. In 2008 the Coroitalia project “Saver” received a mention in the ADI Design Index. In November of the same year the studio presented the exhibition/event “UseLess Is More”–the very first interpretation of the concept of Adesign; the title was also used for a book published by Corrain. JoeVelluto (JVLT) currently works in the publishing sector for companies; it also does consulting as well as artistic coordination for several firms. JoeVelluto (JVLT) has worked with: Abet Laminati, Bosa Ceramiche, Diadora, Coop, Coroitalia, Editrice Abitare Segesta, Euro 3 Plast, F.lli Guzzini, Gas Jeans, Gruppo S. Pellegrino, Gruppo Coin, iB Rubinetterie, Killer Loop, Lorenz, Mandarina Duck, Meritalia, Mondadori, Nordica, Pandora Design, Pitti Immagine, Richard Ginori, Rollerblade, Sisley, Sealkay Independent, Sonus Faber, Trend Group. Its works were presented at: Triennale Design Museum- Milan, Villa Necchi Campiglio – Milan, Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe – Hamburg, Galleria Corraini – Mantua, Spazio Rossana Orlandi – Milan, Palazzo Bertalazone di san Fermo – Turin, Rocca Paolina – Perugia, Museo Neue Sammlung – Munich, Festival della creatività – Florence, Casa Cogollo known as “del Palladio,” Vicenza.
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