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Irene Sartor portfolio


Irene Sartor portfolio

Irene Sartor was born in Treviso, professionally grew up in Milan and currently based in Stockholm. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Design at IUAV University of Venice in 2007, after which she moved to Milan to complete a Specialist Degree Course in Industrial Design at Politecnico di Milano, graduating in 2010. During her studies she began to cooperate with Matteo Ragni, a professional collaboration continued for three years, developing projects for brands like Camparisoda, Alessi, Lorenz, Jannelli&Volpi, Alpi. In 2012 she moved to London, where she worked for Asselle Products, developing kitchens and interiors for private clients. She returned to Italy in 2014 to be the Course Leader of the Master Course in Product Design at Domus Academy. During this period she continued to develop projects as a freelance designer. After this academic experience, she worked for two years and half at Marc Sadler Studio as a senior designer. At the end of 2018 she moved to Stockholm to work as a Lead Designer in Nichetto Studio.


Irene Sartor | Nichetto Studio projects

Lilin, Won

2019

Rotea, Mattermade

2019

Floema, Won

2019

G.P. Composition 1, 2, 3

2018


Irene Sartor | Marc Sadler Studio projects

Bank Light, FPM

2018

Sei, Euromobil

2018

Flat, Da a

2019

Cuba, Et Al.

2018


Irene Sartor | Marc Sadler Studio projects

Raqam, Masiero

2017

Claque, Fabbian

2017

Wave, Treesse

2017

Elodie, Gaber

2016


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Domus Academy 2014 - 2016

Main workshops developed in Domus Academy: Everything. Everywhere. Everyone. in conjunction with LAGO. Bastard Hobo Life. in conjunction with Bastard. Enjoy the Rain. in conjunction with PVC Forum. Switch It. in conjunction with Fontana Arte. Box of Wonders. in conjunction with Alpi. Roll’n’roll. in conjunction with Plust. Out there. in conjunction with Foscarini. Olivetti Design Contest 2016 in conjunction with Olivetti.


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Dotty 2015

Produced by Matiussi An original character for a different, easy way to collect food waste. The quality of the materials, in 100% recyclable PP, and the carefully researched, exclusive and contemporary details all point to a strong propensity to consider sorted waste collection solutions as veritable home design accessories. It is raised off the floor on four feet, and the perforated surfaces more commonly seen in metal objects, make for maximum aeration. Used in combination with the biodegradable liners this product will prove to be a true ally for food waste collection in your kitchen. The handy inner bag clamp and the ergonomic handle add the finishing touches to the proposal.


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Dotty 2015


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Clippy 2015

Produced by Matiussi An innovative proposal, different from the traditional methods of domestic food waste collection. The attention and care invested in this highly practical, soft-lined design are clear. An original solution comprising a hermetically sealed container fitted with an exclusive odour filter, which is even more effective when used with biodegradable liners, an “easy clip� bagclamping ring and a hermetic lid and ergonomic side grips. The distinctive curved lines around the edge keep the bag hidden from view, held in place by the inner ring, making for an elegant, discreet aesthetic.


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Clippy 2015


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Fred 2015

Produced by Matiussi Essential, sleek, versatile forms. Fred, with its distinctive surfaces scored with vertical lines reminiscent of a sartorial pin-stripe, is highly elegant and practical. The exclusive side-latch system means several containers can be joined together, and home waste presorting bays can be created. A practical solution, with a capacity of 30 litres and a ring that completely hides the top of the bag. Discreet details such as the hinged flap, with a convenient grip for front opening and damper to ensure soft, quiet closure, make this container unique and original.


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Fred 2015


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Alfred 2015

Progetto realizzato per Manufacti ed esposto alla Mostra dell’Artigianato di Feltre (25 - 28 giungo 2015) Il brief, incentrato sulla convivialità, richiedeva un nuovo prodotto di medie dimensioni da poter realizzare tramite materiali e tecniche tradizionali dell’area geografica come legno, ferro battuto, lana e pietra. Durante le cene conviviali tra amici e famiglia, un problema che sempre si presenta e che sempre limita l’interazione tra i diversi ospiti consiste nell’ingobro delle bottiglie sopra la tavola, elementi molto alti che impediscono un chiaro contatto visivo tra tutti i commensali. Alfred, nome preso in prestito dallo stereotipo del maggiordomo, vuole quindi aiutare tale situazioni, ospitando le bottiglie in uso durante la cena e posizionandosi silentemente a lato del tavolo, offrendo una facile presa qualora si necessiti di una bottiglia Il vano porta-bottiglie è pensato per essere realizzato in pietra, materiale perfetto per mantenere la temperatura del liquido contenuto. Il tutto è sostenuto da una struttura in ferro battuto, che con eleganza e semplicità conferisce un aspetto neutro e minimale all’oggetto, ben contrastandosi con la pietra soprastante. Può ospitare no a cinque bottiglie di media misura..


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Alfred 2015


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Alfred 2015


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Anoi 2015

Progetto realizzato per Manufacti. Il brief, incentrato sulla convivialità, richiedeva un nuovo prodotto di medie dimensioni da poter realizzare tramite materiali e tecniche tradizionali dell’area geografica come legno, ferro battuto, lana e pietra. Convivialità può essere intesa come un momento comune tra persone diverse. Persone diverse signica bisogni e gusti diversi. Anoi è un progetto che mira ad supportare queste diversità in un momento specico dove esse diventano evidenti, ovvero il momento del digitivo post-cena: “a me di meno”, “a me con il ghiaccio”, “un poco di più”, “ecco basta così”... Un set di biccheri da liquore, uno diverso dall’altro, uno per ciascuna diversa esigenza, uno per ciascuno. I bicchieri possono essere realizzati in diverse essenze di legno per enfatizzare le diverse taglie, oppure semplicemente in una sola tipologia. Il vassoio che li raccoglie e che dona importanza a tale momento conviviale è pensato per essere realizzato in pietra bianca, un gioco di contrasto tra i diversi materiali.


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Anoi 2015


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Asselle Products 2014

During my experience at Asselle Products I developed the retail projects of the company, designing completely tailor made kitchens and other interiors for private clients, managing all parts of the production of a new kitchen, fixtures, finishing and the order of all appliances as well. For a project I specifically designed a sliding breakfast table, with a steel structure that runs along the worktop of the kitchen, a system that is almost invisible to see because it is hided behind the profile of the kitchen doors. A very comfortable solution for a small room.


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Asselle Products 2014


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My Paper Animal 2013

A collection of 6 folders: you can extract the three simple pieces and build a self standing cardboard animal which can be customized and colored by the little user. The six different models are: dog, cat, rabbit, owl, piglet and seal. It’s a TobeUs product , produced by Essent’ial and presented during the Milan Design Week 2013.


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Goodesign 2013

During the Milan Design Week 2013 at Cascina Cuccagna will take place the new edition of Goodesign, a project of Best Up; Me and Alberto Ghirardello designed the corporate image of the exhibition that included: -

invitation newsletter Press release Maps location Advertising postcard calendar Panels exhibitors Signage


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Goodesign 2013


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100%TobeUs 2012

Project General manager and Exhibition Assistant. 100% TobeUs: an exhibition, a project, a manifesto. The idea for the project came from Matteo Ragni who began producing his first series of model cars back in 2007 and has decided to invite 100 designers of very different ages and with different backgrounds to design their favourite toy car, thus creating a highly original and varied new collection. Toy cars that are produced by hand in Italy, with three examples in each design, modelled by a skilled craftsman using fragrant Lebanon cedar wood. A project aimed at creative children and informed adults who believe objects of affection should be important, long-lasting and able to convey a message that can be transmitted to new generations for a more sustainable future. A design philosophy and a manifesto of intent that Alessi has decided to support and make its own.


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100%TobeUs 2012


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La Panoramica_100%TobeUs 2012

Wooden car designed for WannabeUs collection and shown during 100%TobeUs exhibition at the Museo della Scienza e Tecnologia in Milano. The inspiration for this project came from the panoramic bus, the tourist vehicle that runs over the cities to show people the most interesting buildings and places of the city.


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Ghirotondo_Parco Gianni Rodari 2012

Board game for kids (age 5+) to learn what happens during the four seasons and based on a short story by Gianni Rodari, the most important italian children writer, You are given randomly five elements that you’ll must place in the correct season to win the game, moving along the white dots that can make you lose a turn or jump to another season. The Items are depicted on small wood pieces and they are different elements like season fruit or vegetables, weather, animals, trees, etc. Each wooden piece is manually crafted and painted by an artisan, and the game is currently under production and will be available on spring 2013


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Ghirotondo_Parco Gianni Rodari 2012


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Pandora _Dustodesign 2012

Pandora is a ceramic piggy bank with a spherical shape that requires user intervention: it can be decorated on the top hole with a yarn through the holes positioned along the perimeter. At the same time you can have a slot to putting coins inside and the closing of the piggy bank that prevents the leakage of the money; then just cut the wires to recover the coins. Product made for Dustodesign.com.


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Pandora _Dustodesign 2012


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Twist_Dustodesign 2012

Twist is a water jug characterized by its asymmetrical shape, designed to ease the water filling by the tap and the pouring on glasses. The thin part allows an easy and comfortable hold. Product made for Dustodesign.com.


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Twist_Dustodesign 2012


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Atelier Alpi_Alpi 2012

Exhibition Assistantance. Alpi interprets and reproduces pinstripe and tweed, fabrics that are so dear to the fashion world, using other just as natural materials such wood, cotton and silk. These are the new entries of the Atelier collection, the most advanced proof of Alpi’s passion for research and experimentation using wood, a material that the company masters and respects. Weaves and sophisticated, refined colours are the main characteristics of a forward-looking project that is translated into an industrial product that is at the same time full of poetry and imagination.


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Atelier Alpi_Alpi 2012


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Wallpaper Revolution 2012

This graphic for wallpaper was made for “Wallpaper Revolution”, an exhibition shown at the Jannelli&Volpi building during the Milan Design Week 2012, Art Direction by Matteo Ragni.


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Tattanimali 2011

This project, made with Alberto Ghirardello, won the 1° prize at the “Generazione Expo e nuovi linguaggi. Il futuro del giocattolo Made and Thought in Italy” workshop. It is a set of eight little animals-shaped stuffed toys for age range 0-3 years that offers an educational path to discover touch and hearing. Each animal is featured by a specific colour, in contrast with the others; it is a normal pillow on the front side, while its back is covered with a specific texture or a particular material that allows the child to explore the idea of smooth, wrinkled, soft, brushy, etc.


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Tattanimali 2011


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Tattanimali 2011


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Oli et amo 2011

This project, made with Alberto Ghirardello, won the 3° prize at the “CREATable RESOURCES for living with a difference” contest. Oli et amo is a used frying oil tank; Its use is simple: unscrew the lid and pour the used frying oil inside the container; this operation is made easier by its wide mouth that allows to pour oil directly from pans and pots without the need of a funnel, while the trunk-conical shape avoids its capsizing. It is possible to see the oil level through the transparent stripe, and once it’s full it is time to bring it to the nearest ecological tratment center where it can be poured directly in the cistern through its practical neck.


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Oli et amo 2011


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Alfiere 2011

This project, made with Alberto Ghirardello, won the 1° Prize at Premio E-Design for Producibility Category. This project was designed to give to ebookreaders a right and dedicated place in the house: observing its domestic use of everyday, you can see how this kind of devices usually doesn’t have its specific location. Alfiere is a simple pouf, but with a cunning feature: it holds a compartment where the e-reader can be placed and recharged, giving it finally its own place at home.


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Alfiere 2011


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Piovonopiume 2011

Graphic Designer, Project General manager and Exhibition Assistant. Exhibition graphic (banner, brochure, press kit, etc) for Piovonopiume exhibition, project by Matteo Ragni for Assopiuma, during the Milan Design week 2011, into Material ConneXion space in Triennale di Milano. “The feathers are all around us. But we don’t see them: they are always contained, hidden, covered. We easily forget their presence. And yet we sleep, wrapped in feathers. We go out on the street, covered with feathers. To commemorate their presence Matteo Ragni has worked on the idea of souvenirs. T he installation space at Triennale’s Material ConneXion is a large snow globe, such as those that can be found, smaller, on kiosk of every touristic city. One of the most beautiful kitsch icons. Reproduced here in macro scale, transformed into a game, an invitation to joy, a provocation, the will of daring the flight of feathers.”


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Piovonopiume 2011


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Piovonopiume 2011


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Carta da SParati_Jannelli&Volpi 2011

Carta da Sparati (paper for shooter in Italian) is a pun with the name Carta da Parati (wallpaper in Italian). This graphic for wallpaper was made for Jannelli&Volpi 5x10 Wallpaper Celebration exhibition during the Milan Design Week 2011, Art Direction by Matteo Ragni.


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Gap 2011

Coffee table made in DuPont Corian. A single profile describes legs, surface and glove compartmen, making this little and simple table a useful object in the living room for holding books, magazines and wathever else.


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Gap 2011


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Un po’ di foschia sul Kilimangiaro_Subway 2010

Cover illustration made for Diego Zilio’s short novel “ Un po’ di foschia sul Kilimangiaro”, among the winners of 2010 edition of Subway letteratura (book # 7)


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Ant 2010

An ant can carry up to 100 times its own weight. So this is what these feet for laptops can do: they can be placed under the base of the computer to avoid the overheating of the bottom that usually is in touch with the table. They have a protrusion and a cavity to allow the interlocking with one another.


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Ant 2010


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Irene Sartor - product designer | partial portfolio  

A selection of the most relevant projects - already published - developed during the work experiences and during my product designer freelan...

Irene Sartor - product designer | partial portfolio  

A selection of the most relevant projects - already published - developed during the work experiences and during my product designer freelan...

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