Formafantasma is a design studio made up of Italians Andrea Trimarchi (1980-) and Simone Farresin (1983-) with offices in Rotterdam and Milan. Fellow students at both the ISIA Design Institute in Florence and the Design Academy in Eindhoven (the city where they still reside), the two founded Formafantasma in 2009 to carry forward an idea of "engaged design", attentive to social and ecological issues that characterize today's landscape. A rigorous and uncompromising path, carried forward above all through shows and performances and culminating in the personal exhibition "Cambi" at the Serpentine Gallery in London, which deals with an analysis of the environmental impact of the production chain of the wood. The same language is used consistently by Formafantasma also for the installations and research carried out for major brands such as Hermès, Bulgari and Prada, a feature that earned them the victory of the prestigious Wallpaper Design Award as Designer of the Year 2021. In the field of product design boast many limited series creations exhibited in important galleries, but more recently they have also begun to collaborate with well-known brands such as Flos, Cassina, Natuzzi Italia, Roll&Hill and others.