The work of Italian designer Andrea Mancuso strikes a fine balance between the fantastical and the everyday. Originally from Rome, Mancuso spent his early career in London, a creatively formative period that steered Mancuso’s practice towards the experimental and imaginary. He has since nurtured a rigorously research-based approach, deeply indebted to the persuasive power of storytelling. In 2011 he went on to found his own firm, Analogia Project, which debuted at the invitation of Will Alsop during London Design Week.
He has since lent his unique perspective to brands and institutions like Hermes, Fendi, Perrier-Jouët, Nilufar Gallery, Bulgari, Lema, Slamp and Wallpaper*, creating furniture, installations and exhibitions that evoke narratives in a way that transcends culture, time and space. His projects have been published worldwide and exhibited in major international fairs. Since 2017 he has taught the Master of Interior Design course at NABA Academy in Milan.
Credits: Sofia Pierfederici