MORE LIGHT modular interior design system – design Giorgio Caporaso
More Light has a green soul. Easier to assemble and disassemble, it is ideal to satisfy all of our daily needs, thanks to the flexibility of its square modules and its joint system. In fact, you can assemble bookcases of different sizes and depths, shelving, panel walls, display stands, wall units, as well as seats or tables. Thanks to the wide range of finishes, colours, textures and graphic designs available, its personality can be further enhanced by a more customized and personal design. More Light is designed to dynamically interpret not only domestic but also work environments and public spaces such as offices, public buildings, showrooms and hotels as well as being a great addition to shops or helping to set a scene in shop windows. As the entire Ecodesign Collection by Giorgio Caporaso, it is the result of a process of experimental design that relies entirely on the convertibility of the products. Designed to have many functions and adapt to all needs, the objects follow a concept of total customization and are the expression of an eco- friendly design. Aesthetic refinement and environmental compatibility find a meeting point thanks to a careful functional study, combined with research of materials and eco-friendly construction methods. Each system has its spare parts and at the end of its life all its components can be easily separated to go to different disposal or recycling. Nothing gets old or loses its meaning, everything has a new meaning.
(design Giorgio Caporaso - Italy)
Italian-born architect and furniture designer Giorgio Caporaso graduated in Architecture specialising in Industrial Design and Furnishing at Politecnico di Milano.From the very start of his illustrious career, he dealt with architecture, interior design, residential design, industrial design and visual communication, assisting with educational programs at several university courses at the Polytechnic.
In 1997 he opened his own studio devoted to architectural design as well as, product, furniture and interior design for businesses and for private commissions. While embarking on this venture, Caporaso also cooperated with other design studios for exhibitions, corporate identity projects and product design.
Showing a great interest in eco-friendly projects, Caporaso began his study and exploration into sustainably designed products and furniture.
His personal aesthetic direction is geared toward experimenting and combining unusual natural and eco-friendly materials – such as cardboard, wood and bioplastic – as well continuing to inexhaustibly explore simple and interchangeable solutions in product and furniture design.
In 2007, his initial foray into this field culminated in the launch of his Ecodesign Collection, showcasing products for contemporary living that are innovatively designed for versatility and longevity.
Caporaso’s works have been exhibited in major international trade fairs, exhibitions (XIII Biennale di Architettura in Venice,Triennale di Milano, Museum of Fine Arts in Rio de Janeiro), specialised fairs, as well as used for ‘eco-friendly environments’ and television sets.
In 2011, his iconic More Light and X2Chair cardboard products were displayed at “Art and Design: live and think in paper and cardboard” by Paolo Biscottini held at the Diocesan Museum of Milan.
Some items of the Ecodesign Collection were displayed at the exhibition "Ecology, environment, intelligence: creativity in respect of Creation" promoted by the Ministry for the Environment, Land and Sea in collaboration with the John Paul II Foundation for Youth of the Pontifical Council for the Laity and the Vatican Museums, which will be held from July 9 to October 13, 2013 at the Museum of Fine Arts in Rio de Janeiro.
In 2013 and 2014 Giorgio Caporaso held solo exhibitions in his native Italy, achieving industry acclaim for both innovation and design. He has won many prestigious awards, including and his projects have been published in several international architectural and design books and magazines.