It was in 2000 that Matteo Nunziati (Bologna, 1972), architect and designer, opened his own firm, specialising in interior architectural design, in Milan. He has taught at the Domus Academy and the Taipei Industrial Design Department since 2004. Globe-trotter and an eager researcher into trends and styles, between 2005 and 2006 he has specialised in the design of luxury hotels, wellness centres, spas and residential interiors in the United Arab Emirates and in particular in Dubai, allowing him to undertake projects in various parts of the world (Italy, Switzerland, Poland, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, the Maldives and China). His projects, conceived to meet the highest aesthetic and technical quality standards, seek to achieve unique, luxury results in the form of living spaces with an intense dialogue between furniture, fittings and ornaments.
The Tesori project is the outcome of in-depth analysis of the meaning of "exoticism" conducted through the study of a small code of visual signs with associations to a specific cultural thought, correlated to a fascination with the symbols and decorative motifs of the past, to be recovered and brought up to date using a more contemporary vocabulary. The title of the collection conceived and created for CEDIT reflects the importance of discovery, always deriving from the idea of travel.