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He has always respected the art of building, recovering the ancient artisan wisdom and enhancing it.

After completing his studies, Telemaco opens the Studio of Interior Architecture and Design, starting to collaborate with prestigious industries in Italy and abroad.

The meeting with Dino Gavina marked an important stage in cultural formation and design philosophy.

Telemaco has always respected the art of building, recovering the ancient craftsmanship and enhancing it through a balanced and essential reinterpretation, creating inimitable products capable of handing down a style that can last over time because it is based on historical memory.

His eclectic creativity and a right balance between tradition and innovation have led him to develop programs and projects in various sectors of industrial production of elements and furnishings: from the serial project to the production of unique and artistic objects and pieces; from the design and architectural renovation of houses and villas to the furnishing of private spaces in homes, villas and offices and interior design of Yacht up to the setting up of public spaces such as hotels, conference rooms, theaters and tourist villages, always combining, in a harmonious way, their expressive and creative abilities to the commercial and aesthetic needs of companies and customers.

In 1996 he opened a studio in the United States and was awarded several times as best interior design at the Pacific Center Design in Los Angeles.

He has collaborated and collaborated as designer and art director for prestigious companies such as Poltrona Frau, Hugues Chevalier Paris, Malerba Collection, Selleria Ducale, Hoesh Design, Lando, A.J. Collection USA, Berloni, Jezzoni, OXO and others, for which it also identifies and coordinates product strategies.


Il design inconfondibile

Telemaco has always experimented and developed innovative and original programs and projects in the various sectors of production. Furnishing elements able to cross horizontally different aesthetic tastes and sensibilities of the observer.

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