Daniele Lo Scalzo Moscheri
Daniele Lo Scalzo Moscheri is an architect, designer and art director.
Born in 1963, he graduated at Politecnico di Milano and coursed a Master in “Advanced Technology Application on Industrial design manifacture” in Florida. He was consultant of Piero Lissoni until 1994 and he has collaborated with Boffi, Porro and Living. He opens his own studio in Milan with the headquarters in Milan. He designs and projects for important italian furniture companies like Tisettanta, Matteo Grassi Casamilano, Gallotti& Radice, Albed, Pedrali, Ivano Redaelli, Contardi, Ditre Italia, Varaschin, Montbel, Xera Kitchen, Mobileffe, Doimo Cucine. Art Director of Giorgetti from 2010 until 2013, and currently of Varaschin, Ditre Italia, Montbel, Xera Kitchen and Understate Milano.
Born in Biella in 1986, Luca Barengo graduated at Institute of Applied Art and Design in Turin. During his collaborations with Luca Nichetto and Lorenzo Palmeri he oversaw projects of various purposes and nature and followed the design of exhibition stands and showrooms. Moreover he has worked for international companies such as Minotti, Giorgetti, Fendi casa, Bentley home, Baccarat la maison and extra Pininfarina. In 2018 he opened his own studio in the historic center of his hometown, Biella. In 2012 he already held his first conference at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Lissone alongside a master like Andrea Branzi for the Matrioska Design Conference.
Born in 1987, Matteo Lualdi work and live in Milan. Graduated in industrial design he takes a specialist degree in interior design at Politecnico di Milano. After working for Fabio Calvi and Paolo Brambilla Studio, he start working as freelance interior designer for the retail and private sector.
In 2016 he start to experiment and work on Product Design, which represents the meeting point between the passion for interior design, graphics and manual arts. This path, together with the experience acquired in the Art Direction of some brands, led him to establish his own studio in 2018.
PO/BO was born from an idea of Paolo Marasi and Tommaso Livio. Both graduated in Industrial Design for Innovation at Politecnico di Milano, they grew up working alongside with great names of the Italian furniture district while keeping researching and experimenting with innovative technologies, materials and design methodologies for industrial design.PO/BO is a coherent synthesis between two complementary design approaches, aiming to find an intersection between art and technology and changing the perception of everyday objects and the materials they are made of.