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  • Stefano Grasselli

    Industrial Designer

    Milano, Italy

Diploma: From the 1° Class Art High School of Milan with a major emphasis in Design and Architecture. Graduated July of 1994. Degree in Industrial Design from the University of Design of Milan, Italy with a final evaluation of 87/100 on 01/15/2002. Final Thesis “The Island Museum: Project of a mobile guidebook dedicated to the culture of the island of Sardinia.”, advisor Prof. Pier Paride Vidari.

Work Samples

  • Tetris couch

  • Work in progress

  • EasyWait

Work History

    • not provided

    Studio Mori, San Martino in Strada (LO) Italy Type of business or sector Multimedial Production During the college one of my project was displayed at a design gallery in

  • IT & General Services Specialist

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    Type of business or sector SIVAG Judicial auctions Main activities and responsibilities ICT activities: Implement network security following corporate guidelines. Manage and develop upgrades to the company's network and telephone system. Oversee all telephone changes, including routing for seating assignments. Administrate and maintain the company's infrastructure. Oversee troubleshooting, systems backups, archiving and disaster recovery and provide expert support when necessary. Work with external consultants to help implement Internal Systems. Special Graphic projects: Redesign of the graphic aspects of the company's external communication. Logo type Website design for the spin-off company "TPA Trust" by using the CMS language (Joomla web application).

    • IT & Graphic Specialist

    Main activities and responsibilities Update and maintenance of the website contents.

  • Concept & Product Designer

    • the Company signs.

    I have joined the "R&D" division as I supported the Sales and Project Manager in the realization of rebranding projects.


  • University of Design of Milan

    • Industrial Design
  • Politecnico of Milano

    • of Industrial Design
  • not provided

    • Internship MOHOLE, Laboratorio di linguaggi
    • 2003