EDIT Napoli launches ATLANTE, a new search engine for international editorial design

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The third edition of EDIT Napoli, the exhibition dedicated to high-quality design created by Domitilla Dardi and Emilia Petruccelli, has just ended. Among the novelties of this year is ATLANTE, a new search engine that allows you to discover and research the world of international editorial design.

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The project stems from the direct and continuous relationship that Domitilla Dardi and Emilia Petruccelli have always cultivated with the insiders and participants in the fair. Through this constantly updated portal, buyers, architects, retailers, curators and design lovers will have the opportunity to discover in detail all the productions of designers and companies that participated in EDIT Napoli 2021 and more.

Find out what you missed at EDIT Napoli 2021

Unstressed Chair by Stamuli

Over 80 products are currently listed: works and projects by independent designers, design authors/publishers, makers and producers, both Italian and foreign.

The new products awarded at the third edition of EDIT Napoli

The jury, formed by Formafantasma – Andrea Trimarchi and Simone Farresin, Dorothée Meilichzon, French interior and furniture designer, and Alessandro Valenti, digital director of ELLE Decor Italia, examined the works on show and assigned precious awards to the best works presented at the last edition.

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ccontinua+mamt ceramics, by Chiara Caselli in collaboration with Francesco Carrasso

Stamuli, Italian firm based in Stockholm, won first prize with Unstressed Chair, a chair in shaped tubular aluminum. The winner in the Seminario section, dedicated to emerging talents, was the Danish designer Alexander Kirkeby with his blown glass collection. Finally, honorable mentions were given to the Gimme Shelter carpet by Caterina Frongia and the Mangiatutto ceramics by ccontinua+mamt.

EDIT CULT projects still on show in the city

EDIT CULT exhibitions and installations continue after the fair. In fact, it will be possible to visit the installation of the French brand La Manufacture until December 15, 2021, at Teatro San Carlo.

Also, the exhibition on Daniel Kruger, curated by Marco Bazzini for Galleria Antonella Villanova, will be open until January 30, 2022, at Museo del Tesoro di San Gennaro. Just like Stéphanie Moussallem’s installation/collection for House of Today at the Made in Cloister Foundation, and the exhibition “Chest’è” by Federico Pepe, curated by Federica Sala, at Museo Civico Gaetano Filangieri.

Find out what you missed at EDIT Napoli 2021