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Tollegno 1900 staff involved in a workshop structured by Riccardo Rami Studio. Objective: “to design the new shapes of the future”

Graft divergent and converging thoughts to generate an unconventional virtuous circle; adopt “other” points of view to interpret a phenomenon or develop new projects; share new ideas and develop out of the box visions : “Future shape”, a workshop organized by Riccardo Rami Studio for the staff of Tollegno 1900, has led the brand not only to identify new paradigms of value for its development, but also to have confirmation of its avant-garde in various areas. Whether it is welfare, the enhancement of resources, the centrality of the product, Tollegno 1900 has in fact long undertaken a systemic path capable of combining the different souls that define it. If innovation and originality are the beacons of the path, creating unique and impactful products is the diktat. An approach agreed also by Riccardo Rami, “a design worker” as he likes to call himself.

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Knitwear protagonist of the creations of the Kazakh designer who chooses Lana Gatto yarns for her creations.

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