NICOLA AZZARO

NICOLA AZZARO
A young designer from Parma, where his artisan workshop is based. Before devoting himself to Interior Design, he started working at the family precision machining workshop. In 2014, he founded his brand "Nicolazzaro Italian Design" to launch a complete line of dimmable and customizable, handcrafted and Made in Italy LED lamps. His creations, thanks to the particular use and development of the physical and optical properties of plexiglass, are the result of unique and patentable know-how. The use of aluminium, which dissipates the heat emitted by LEDs, combining with a new shape and thicknesses of plexiglass, enriches his creations with a technological and visual innovation that make his style very recognizable. “My lamps have a double soul keeping company and decorating even with lights off. Guess which part of his lamp is empty and which one is full?"   A designer but also a craftsman that over the years has committed himself to produce his works independently. Among his creations, there are bracelets, fashion accessories, especially for women, and decoration items. The common thread in his works is always the filled/empty optical illusion, the reference to a visual game that makes a difference. His style is, therefore, very philosophical, illusory, essential. In essence, the inspiration comes from his background, inextricably linked to his interest in quantum physics and his passion for the Oriental world.

NICOLA AZZARO

A young designer from Parma, where his artisan workshop is based. Before devoting himself to Interior Design, he started working at the family precision machining workshop. In 2014, he founded his brand "Nicolazzaro Italian Design" to launch a complete line of dimmable and customizable, handcrafted and Made in Italy LED lamps. His creations, thanks to the particular use and development of the physical and optical properties of plexiglass, are the result of unique and patentable know-how. The use of aluminium, which dissipates the heat emitted by LEDs, combining with a new shape and thicknesses of plexiglass, enriches his creations with a technological and visual innovation that make his style very recognizable.

“My lamps have a double soul keeping company and decorating even with lights off. Guess which part of his lamp is empty and which one is full?"

 
A designer but also a craftsman that over the years has committed himself to produce his works independently. Among his creations, there are bracelets, fashion accessories, especially for women, and decoration items. The common thread in his works is always the filled/empty optical illusion, the reference to a visual game that makes a difference. His style is, therefore, very philosophical, illusory, essential. In essence, the inspiration comes from his background, inextricably linked to his interest in quantum physics and his passion for the Oriental world.