Born in La Spezia in 1954, he graduated from the "Faculty of Architecture" in Florence in 1978. For Stefano Giovannoni his collaboration with Guido Venturini is important, with whom in the 1980s he designed the interiors of Maddalena Loveburger in Prato (Florence) , and gave birth to the King-Kong project, a synthesis of the communicative excess of the 1980s. In recent years he has been a master's lecturer at the Domus Academy in Milan and the University of Reggio Emilia, and workshop owner at the Royal College of Art in London. His designs received the "Design Plus" award at the Frankfurt fair and the "Forum Design Hannover" 1999 award, and were recommended for the "Compasso d'Oro" in 1996 and 1998. Thanks to his ability to intercept the tastes of the great public, was nominated The champion of the super and popular of the 2000s (A. Alessi), Most bankable Designer (E. Perazza), Design King Midas (C. Morozzi). After working for these most renowned design companies, Stefano, releasing the unique know-how of the sector, felt the need to create a new brand (Qeeboo) with a new concept, far from the traditional stereotypes associated with industrial design.
Scottie - Dog-shaped table lamp, with USB rechargeable battery, and dimmable LED source. Made of polyethylene, it is available in White or Black finishes.
USB cable is included. The adapter is not included.