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Collaborating with designers from all around the world, Damiani is most known for infusing an element of surprise into his products whilst also combining several functions into a single object.
Lorenzo Damiani graduated in Architecture from the Politecnico di Milano and subsequently obtained a Masters Degree in Industrial Design from the Polytechnic School of Design. He has presented his projects in many exhibitions and has participated – winning awards – in various competitions such as the 18th, 19th, 21st Compasso d’Oro (Golden Compass), Milan (Young Design Award – Golden Compass, 1998 - Mention, 2001 – Mention 2008); Good Design Award, Chicago Athenaeum, Chicago (2001-2007); Young&Design, Milan (First Prize, 2001 and 2004). He has had two of his own exhibitions: Il Doppio Senso delle Cose (The Double Meaning of Things), organized by Cristina Morozzi and held at the Milan Fair in 2003 and In-Coerenza (In-Consistency), at the Otto Gallery, Bologna, in 2004. He also participated in various editions of the Milan Satellite “Salone”. His Flex and OnlyOne projects are in a permanent collection in the Design section of the Chicago Museum.