Arianna De Luca is an Industrial Designer whose research is focused on the role objects and environments play within human interactions.
She often attempts to provide typological innovations and to question objects and furniture roles in the contemporary context. She loves to develop projects by looking at the cultural and emotional value that can be delivered to the final user.
Her first experience with design started at ISIA Roma Design. After having achieved her BA, she moved to London to study at Central Saint Martins where she graduated in July 2012 (distinction). She is currently collaborating with different design studios in London.
-Central Saint Martins joining the Fish Factory
-Walk&Ride Camden – King’s Cross St Pancras Station
-”There is no plan” Central Saint Martins final degree show 2012
-New Designers 2012 – London Design Business Centre
-#getinframe – Central London billboards
(Aldgate, Holborn, Euston Road)