Omri Revesz Design is a multidisciplinary design studio based in Venice, Italy, with works across the fields of Architecture, Art and Design.
The studio’s work is committed on the research and practice of contemporary Design in different scales, ranging from industrial products and furniture and interiors, to urban public spaces, exhibitions and digital projects.
Omri’s projects are characterised by a sensible humanistic approach and technical functional realisations. Collaborating with cross-disciplinary teams, we produce platforms for human activities rather than predefined solutions. We place humans and societies in the center of our process, to create social innovation and added values through design.
We develop our work through constant dialogue within the studio, with our interlocutors and with future users of our designs.
Omri Revesz currently teaches Industrial Design at IUAV University of Venice and, guest lecturer at Ca’ Foscari Venice University.
Revesz graduated from IUAV university of Venice under Michele De Lucchi. In 2012 he won the most prestigious Italian Design recognition of ADI Design Index, which he later won twice again in 2013 and 2015. The same year he also won the Riva1920 first prize for natural wood furniture design. His works have been exhibited in major design platforms such as Triennale Di Milano, Biennale di Venezia, Salone del mobile, Maison&Objet Paris, Gallery S. Bensimon and were published in numerous design magazines such as Domus, Abitare, Interni, Living and New York Times.