The creativity of the architect Giuseppe Bavuso is the signature of Alivar’s exclusivity, an integral part of the corporate philosophy and every production process. We produce iconic pieces intended to last in time and in the homes of those who choose Alivar quality. Our creations furnish spaces in which luxury is discreetly evident, without excesses, because it is only where a sense of measure and balance coexist that noble materials and precious workmanship are able to reveal all their elegance. Alivar is a style of furniture, but above all it is a lifestyle.
Architect and designer, his projects are characterized by the combination of minimalistic rigour and accurate technical research thanks to the use of technological and innovative materials.Giuseppe Bavuso began to work as a project designer for a company present worldwide and specialized in the realization of major construction in different sectors; architecture, furnishing of collective environments and planning and realization of internals for trains and sleeping wagons.Since 1986, he collaborates as project designer and consultant as own product Design office for companies of the furniture sector and of bio-medical equipment.In the year 1990 in Koln (D) Giuseppe Bavuso received the 1° prize of the “International Design Award” for the project of the sofa “Pick-Up” for Brunati. In the year 1994 in Milan he received the 1° prize of the “Young & Design Award” for the project of the sliding doors “Siparium” for Rimadesio. In the year 2000 in Harrow (GB) he received the 1° prize of the “KBB Review New Year’s Honor-List Award” for the project of the libraries and the walk-in closets “Zenit” for Rimadesio.In the year 2005, his project “Graphis” for Rimadesio has been selected by “Design Index” for the competition “Compasso d’Oro”. In the year 2008 his project of the door “Vela” for Rimadesio has been selected by “Design Index” for the competition “Compasso d’Oro”.In the furniture scenario Giuseppe Bavuso cooperates with different companies in Italy and abroad as project designer and art-director, being responsible for the whole product from the its conceiving to its visual communication. He is also involved into the planning, the communication and the marketing of exhibition set ups, expository spaces and showrooms.
What do we need today?
“Products that don't take resources away from the planet. I believe that good design can still improve the quality of our lives, but it must be respectful of the environment and the materials we use. Products must be conceived as durable and easthetically timeless, not only according to current trends. It is essential to reflect on the life span of objects, using renewable raw materials that do not produce waste and that can be reused several times, following the view of circular economy. A new perspective on design, based on a principle of responsibility and sustainability“
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