Luigi Di Vito
Since his early years of professional activity he has devoted himself to industrial design. His great skill in developing products planning has taken him to collaborate with lead design firms such as Bernini, Cassina and Artemide. During his forty years of work experience he has been drawing designs for several objects and pieces of furniture, most of them have been produced and are available on the market.
Giovanni Di Vito
He graduated from Politecnico of Milan in 1999, he has developed his own competence in the field of restoration, museum exhibitions and industrial design. Starting from restoration and reutilization of Cultural Heritage he has gained experience in the sector of design of museum display cases and fittings, didactic supports, furniture and light design solutions. Other work experiences have been achieved in studies of feasibility and urban and territorial management models for the conservation of cultural heritage.
After her first work experiences with Roberto Mango and Renato De Fusco and teaching at "Istituto della Porcellana di Capodimonte," she began to be interested in the restoration and valorization of Cultural Heritage Sites.
She has developed her specific skills in restoration planning and works supervision thanks to her experiences in important architectural contexts such as Palazzo Reale e Castel dell’Ovo in Naples, the Certosa of Padula, the "Castelli Federiciani" of Melfi and Lagopesole.