The family of Internoitaliano grows up with a new product. Leonardo Sonnoli and Irene Bacchi designed the tablecloth “Lugo”, inspired by the many bikes that leave their ephemeral marks on the paved streets of the flat cities in the italian Emilia Romagna region.
“Lugo” with the other products of Internoitaliano was displayed at the showroom ASAP during the Milan Design Week 2014.
The tablecloth is handprinted –each piece in a different way– by the historical “Stamperia Marchi” from Santarcangelo di Romagna.
It’s available in three color versions and different sizes and now it’s on sale at

At the FuoriSalone, during the Milan Design Week 2014, the collection of Internoitaliano was displayed at the showroom ASAP (corso Garibaldi, Milano).
There, Giulio Iacchetti –the founder and designer by Internoitaliano– introduced several new objects that are published in the catalogue for a total of twenty cards. Furthermore inside the folder/catalogue the collaborations with the craftsmen are showed in a small booklet.
The catalogue –designed by Leonardo Sonnoli and Irene Bacchi, like the graphic of the installation– revealing the originality of the everydaybanal of our recent past.

Irene Bacchi and Leonardo Sonnoli developed a research on the publishing house “La Nuova Foglio” and the whole activity as graphic designer of its art director Magdalo Mussio, most known as artist.
“La Nuova Foglio”, located in the Marche -a central italian region- was producing art catalogues and beautiful artist books from 1965 to 1981.
The research has been the final thesis of Irene Bacchi at the University Iuav of Venice and subsequently printed in a not for sale book titled “Punto e virgola” (dot and comma).

Tonelli design, a glass furniture company, announced the partecipation at the IMM Cologne Fair -in January 2014- with a moving invitation.
It shows the light spectrum produced by few glass pieces photographed by Massimo Gardone for the 25th anniversary book edited in the 2013.
Leonardo Sonnoli and Irene Bacchi designed both the invitation and the motion.

A 2013-2014 season’s greetings digital postcard for the contemporary art Pinault Foundation at Palazzo Grassi and Punta della Dogana (Venice).
Designed by Leonardo Sonnoli with Irene Bacchi and Simone Bastianelli at the Tassinari/Vetta studio.

Modus Operandi is the magazine by the “Riviera di Rimini Convention Bureau”. Each issue introduces an event organized by CBRR through video interviews, photogalleries, datas.
This digital version, designed with responsive technology (it let the text and images adapting their size in relation to the device), has been designed by Leonardo Sonnoli and Irene Bacchi (Tassinari/Vetta) for the Relè agency.

More than 50.000 people visited from the 8th to the 10th of November in Turin the International Fair of Contemporary Art “Artissima” -directed by Sarah Cosulich Canarutto- and the exhibition project “One Torino” (until 12 January 2014).
Leonardo Sonnoli with Irene Bacchi, Igor Bevilacqua and Anny Comello at Tassinari/Vetta studio designed the identity, the catalogues and the signage of the fair and the exhibition.

One Torino is the first edition of an exhibition produced by Artissima and realized in collaboration with, and hosted by, the contemporary art museums and foundations in the city of Torino, from the 7th of November to the 12th of January 2014.
It reflects the different points of view by seven different curators. This multiple view is visually translated by an often changing geometric solid: it’s based on the ceiling of the Teatro Regio in Torino designed by the architect Carlo Mollino.
At the Tassinari/Vetta office, Leonardo Sonnoli with Irene Bacchi, Igor Bevilacqua and Anny Comello –with the collaboration of Daria Andreetta and Fabio Furlanis– design the communication and the catalogue.

The communication for the 2013 edition of the Sagra Musicale Malatestiana -from August to September in Rimini- it’s designed by Leonardo Sonnoli and Irene Bacchi (Tassinari-Vetta) for the Relè agency.
The series of five classic music concerts correspond at five posters and other ephemera where few black and white shapes, coming from the avantgarde music notations, are the visual leitmotif.

The kaleidoscope is the tool used this year to look at the movable world of contemporary art.
“Artissima” the international fair of contemporary art, present its 2013 edition from the 8th to the 10th of November, in Torino.
For each ads, folder, poster, items of communication, it’s used another picture produced by a digital kaleidoscope, freezing each time a different compositions of the five Artissima’s logo.
Designed at Tassinari/Vetta by Leonardo Sonnoli with Irene Bacchi; software thanks to Valentina Rachiele.