Omri Revesz, designer born in Tel Aviv, Israel. In 2005 he moved to Italy and graduated from the department of Art and Design at IUAV university of Venice. After collaborating at dutch design studio Richard Hutten, he moved back to Venice to established his design studio.
The studio’s work is committed on the research and practice of contemporary Design in different scales, ranging from urban public spaces and installations, to industrial products, furniture and digital projects.
Omri’s projects are characterised by a strong relation between a sensible humanistic approach and technical technological pragmatic realisations. Collaborating with cross-disciplinary teams, we respond and produce designs in the intersection of architecture, art and design. Whether it is design brands, cultural, or commercial projects, we always prefer to create platforms as ground for human experience and grow, rather than predefined solutions. 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 the Master program of IUAV University of Venice.His works have been exhibited in major design platforms such as Triennale Di Milano, Biennale di Venezia, Salone del mobile, Masion&Objet Paris, Gallery S. Bensimon and, won international design awards and recognitions such as ADI DESIGN INDEX (2012, 2013, 2015), Riva1920 for Public Space and Venice Architecture Biennial. Omri Revesz Design current projects include Interiors and furniture for V-A-C Contemporary Art Centre in Venice, including public spaces, bookshop, bar, restaurant and artist residence rooms, to be inaugurated at june 2017, Hotel Margosa Tel Aviv, a 30 rooms boutique hotel, a blown Murano glass collection for SALVIATI, 3D printed Jewellery collection for Maison203, a format for juice bar franchising Frulalà and an award winning digital platform for housing, to be featured in Venice Biennale 2016.He worked with and for Biennale di Venezia, Triennale di Milano, V-A-C contemporary art foundation, IUAV university of Venice, Bejing Design Week, Riva1920, Civita Tre Venezia, Palazzo Ducale Venice, Unindustria Treviso, PV-Light, Urbo srl, Mingardo, Dontstop Architettura, apml architecti, Marco Zito, Margosa Hotels, Bensimon Galleries.
2016 Winner From Border to Home by the Museum of Finnish Architecture MFA and Finnish Association of Architects SAFA. with Cecilia Danieli and Mariana Riobom
2015. ADI design Index for Across Chinese Cities. Venice Biennale 2015
2013. ADI Design Index for “MUTABLE SPIRIT” Triennlae di Milano, with studio APML architects.
2012. lausannejardins Urban Gardens competition. Selection.
2012. ADI Design Index for Copyright Italia, in studio APML architects.
2011. Riva1920® design competition. Winner.
2009. Fila® and ADI design competition, in studio Marco Zito. Winner.
2008. nutella® design competition. Selected for Nutella design workshop.
2007. Pircher Oberland® outdoor design competition. Special mention. With Eugenia Morpurgo
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2016. Maison&Objet Paris, Gallery Bensimon
2015. Gallery S. Bensimon – REVELATIONS, Grand Palais, Paris
2015. Urban Shade, HDM – Holon Design Musum, Israel
2015. 5Vie, Cutout bronze installation, Urbo, Milan Design week
2015. Designer | Faber, spazio Agape, Milan Design week
2014. TRAME, La Triennale di Milano
2014. Albanian pavilion, Venice architecture Biennale
2014. L’O.FT, pop-up galley for Venice’s architecture Biennale
2014. ONWARDS, curated by Claudia Pignatale, Milan Design week
2014. Janelli&Volpi top 10 of Milan Design week exhibition
2013. Padova Arte, Vecchiato Art Gallery
2013. Salone del mobile, Milan. Mingardo
2012. The Machine, Genk, Belgium.
2012. Salone del mobile, Milan. Riva1920
2012. Salone del mobile, Milan. Urbo
2011. Imm Cologne. Riva1920
2008. South Out There, workshop_Design for the south of the world. Lead by Alberto Meda. September 2008. “In side Out” Workshop&exhibition in Claudio Buziol Foundation. Lead by Michele De Lucchi