Sara Bernardi worked as an architect for many international studies as Fuksas, Graft and IaN +, between Italy and China, before founding his own studio in Beijing: Micromacro.
His approach is based on ephemeral consider all the barriers that divide the various areas of creativity, with the aim of putting to react scales, materials and different identities, from micro to macro. In his work combines his background in Italian inspirations and influences from both crafts and local traditions that global trends.
The collections of design and installations made by Micromacro have been presented at numerous international design events, including Beijing, Milan and Turin, as Beijing Design Week, Fuori Salone Sarpi Bridge, Ventura Lambrate, Oriental Design Week and Operae Independent Design Festival .
Geometry Made Easy is a collection of lamps inspired by simple geometric shapes: the circle, the triangle, the rectangle, the square and the star. The metal structure is made of ribbed armor steel, with a matte paint finish, accompanied by electrical cables in fabric. The beauty of the simple, almost two-dimensional geometric shapes lies in the essentiality of the shadows cast, made of lines.
The Geometry Made Easy collection, selected and presented at the 2014 edition of the Fuori Salone Ventura Lambrate in Milan, is available on the website www.swartlab.com