Hi, I am Giada, 3D Designer MA graduate in Interior Design from Politecnico di Milano with five years work experience and fluent communication in both English and French. I decided to move to London 3 years ago to carve my career path by working for leading practices whose work inspire innovation. Very curious and, thanks to a solid academic experience, I easily keep tuned in order to approach the creative process in a all- rounded way, with particular focus on the human factor, rising trends, the integration of the community participation, art forms and thinking into the design process because of their capacity to reveal the unseen and play a crucial role in the evolving social and urban scenario. I am passionate about public spaces, events and experience design in a variety of contexts, and would love to join a great design team to work on environmental projects in order to deliver smart and engaging design solution through the cross-evaluation of human complexity, brands' evolving dynamics and the actual space potential so to provide people with meaningful experiences. Confident in handling the design process from rounded interpretation of the brief to strong concepts and visualisations in order to accurately develop them through to final delivery. I improved (and keep on doing it!) creative and technical skills working between Milan, Geneva and London working across a broad spectrum of projects (Exhibition, Retail, Cultural, Hospitality, Residential,Leisure) and I am always open to future challenges, with particular interest in coordination roles. My passion and dedication at work is overtaken only by a sociable and positive attitude towards the others, especially when I can be active component of a synergic enrichment on both personal and professional level, staying committed to own ideas but respectful of others’ opinions, work hard to drive achievements and always open to improve through exchange.
Brand Design, Concept Development (3D), Reasearch, Creative, Moodboards, Retail design, Pop-ups, Events, 3D Design and visualisations