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Alessia Cipolla

Alessia Cipolla

Is an architect and sommelier. She studied architecture in Zurich and Venice, and in 2003, established Studio Archipass in Milan, specialized in interior design of private homes. As a sommelier and gourmand, she has created and coordinates “La costruzione del Gusto”, the gourmet souls of Archipass, in charge of creating physical spaces devoted to the world of food, but also projects of communication and brand identity, objects of design, workshops and courses for a new culture of food and wine. She has written a book on these topics, Il progetto della tavola. Costruire lo spazio della convivialità, published by Franco Angeli in 2015

is an architect and sommelier. She studied architecture in Zurich and Venice, and in 2003, established Studio Archipass in Milan, specialized in interior design of private homes. As a sommelier and gourmand, she has created and coordinates “La costruzione del Gusto”, the gourmet souls of Archipass, in charge of creating physical spaces devoted to the world of food, but also projects of communication and brand identity, objects of design, workshops and courses for a new culture of food and wine. She has written a book on these topics, Il progetto della tavola. Costruire lo spazio della convivialità, published by Franco Angeli in 2015. She currently writes for the magazine Vitae, edited by the Italian Association of Sommeliers, on the architecture and design of food and wine. She also teaches interior design at the Master course of Interior and Living Design at the Domus Academy in Milan, “art de la table” at the Master Food Design course of Polytechnic School of Design in Milan and the IATH (International Academy for Tourism and Hotels) in Cernobbio.
As an expert of dish aesthetics, she was on the jury at the 2014 Italian Bocuse d’Or, and designed the tray for the Italian delegation at the 2015 European Bocuse d’Or. She currently works with a number of talented young chefs.

Gli articoli di Alessia Cipolla

A project of brand identity

The greatest challenge is to condense the identity of a product into a few square inches of paper. Unlike wine, oil labels – apart from a very few interesting projects of packaging – are more formal, with similar colour schemes, consisting of various shades of green and yellow, and with a more central and traditional design

Alessia Cipolla


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