How far is the beauty? Sometimes it is just around the corner, sometimes it is hard to find. Today, thanks to your precious help, I easily found it and the inspiration that I needed for an outdoor is served ✨ You like it?
Yesterday was the day of “Take your social seriously” the training course about social media and design communication. It was amazing to see all the people came to know more closely this incredible world called social media. I feel lucky to have such a great team around me 💛 Thanks to everybody who attended and thanks to @sweetinn for offer me a perfect stay in Milan •
As well as Marianne and Verner Panton traveled Europe with the Panton prototype in the trunk of their car until the meeting with Vitra's visionary world, I will face this crazy week full of meetings and commitments. With the same energy, I promise! 💪 #camillabellini#designerlife#bloggerlife#thediaryofadesigner
Fairs, events, juries, training courses, design projects... as you know this one is a quite busy period ✨ For one of my last interior works, I was wondering if there was a single special element able to transform an entire space. Today after a huuuge research, I think I finally saw a chandelier that suits my ideas: it's Otero by @laroseguyon. That's that! 💛 Do you like it?
Interesting! In the week I turned 32, I talked about, future and design at @rufa_university ✨ Being part of the opening ceremony at the University made me think about the importance of studies in order to become the professionals we'd like to be. Success is no accident, always be open to learn 🤓 #camillabellini#designerlife#bloggerlife
The life of a designer is a life of fight: fight against the ugliness, Massimo Vignelli said ✨ Well, in Venice this fight is not that hard. How does all this beauty around me make you feel?
#camillabellini#thediaryofadesigner#designerlife - pic by @lqqzgram
The finest art and the most authentic beauty have the same secret: hands. In hands there is a treasure, a hope and a rebirth. What I learnt during my visit at #HomoFaber2018 is that innovation is empty without tradition. From the enchanting handmade rattan garden designed by @IndiaMahdavi (that pays homage also to the painter Rousseau) to the stunning Venetian masks made by Sergio Boldrin and La Bottega dei Mascareri, everything in the @michelangelofoundation's creature teach us that the artisan mastery gives the best of itself when it is at the service of imagination 💛#CamillaBellini#thediaryofadesigner#designerlife