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Denis Santachiara, born in 1950 in Campagnola, in the province of Reggio Emilia, began his career in the early seventies, drawn by the poetic-linguistic potential of new technologies and the aesthetic processes linked to various industrial environments.

His work, at the border between art and design, has been shown, among other venues, at the MoMa in New York, the Musée des Arts Decoratifs in Paris, the National Museum of Art in Tokyo and the Triennale in Milan.

Between 1988-1992, plans the interior of the Charterhouse of Avignon and the museum of magic in Blois.In 1993, the furnishings for the Toyama square in Japan and 1994-95, the Art Hotel in Dresden interiors. In 1996, he won the ZIP International Competition for the city of Saarbrucken;the same year curated the installation of the exhibition "The New Person" for the Florence Biennale. In 1998 he participated in furnishing a new electronic banking system site for Assicurazioni Generali. In addition, he worked on the conception of 'a playful animal Children', commissioned by the French Ministry of Culture for the celebrations of 2000.

He has collaborated with Italian and foreign companies to design and research new products, such as Artemide, Baler Italy, Bang-Olufsen, BPT, Campeggi, De Padova, Fiat, Foscarini, Mandarina Duck, Marutomy, Montedison, La Murrina, Nintendo, Panasonic, Rosenthal, Sector No Limits, SNIA Viscosa, Superga, Swatch, Vitra, ZERODISEGNO, to name a few.

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