The Man Behind Trump’s Towers Design: Matteo Nunziati – The Italian interior designer is specialized in luxury hotels, wellness centers, SPA, and residential projects and has significant collaborations with the Trump Organization. His projects have a made in Italy label, in a partnership with top luxury furniture brands such as Molteni & C., Poliform, Lema, Flou, B&B Italia, Poltrona Frau, Giorgetti, Flexform, Minotti, among others.
Born in Bologna in 1972, Matteo Nunziati is, currently, one of the most influential designers and architects with Italian origins. In 2000, he began giving his first steps into the industry when he opened his own interior design studio in Milan. The Italian interior designer is specialized in luxury hotels, wellness centers, SPA, and residential projects. His projects provide the best luxury furniture and finishes with the Italian Style well presented.
“They are all different projects. In general, I can say that I am looking for the soul of the project. For the interior this soul I find it in the tradition and the emotion transmitted from the place where it is built.”
Matteo Nunziati was chosen to design Trump’s s Towers in Pune and responsible for the renovation of the Trump National Doral in Miami Florida, the Trump Towers projects in New Delhi and Kolkata.
In a conversation for My Design Week, the Italian designer view holds that his job has an important contribution to making people’s life more positive. He gives a hopeful reflection regarding the impact of interior design in the future, for that he thinks the design concept needs to include creating responsible and sustainable products.
“Sometimes I think my work is superficial, we spend a day choosing the color of a pillow, but instead I am realizing that real beauty has a fundamental importance in human life. I become happy thinking of my children’s smile, my parents’ affectionate and deep gaze, a romantic dinner with my wife, this beauty is energy to live. And our job of making beautiful interiors and product can contribute to transmitting beauty and therefore making the people’s life more positive. I hope that the future of design will always be greater awareness and responsibility of all of us designers to look for real beauty in our products.”
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