MICHAEL DEL PIERO PRINCIPAL/FOUNDER Michael Del Piero founded Michael Del Piero Good Design in 2007. A curious soul, and a world traveler, Del Piero is known for her accomplished eye and uncommon knack for a serene and simple mix that bridges generations of style – fusing rough with luxurious and ancient with modern. Her fresh approach has garnered accolades from a worldwide and most discerning clientele, industry leaders and both national and regional publications such as Traditional Home, House Beautiful and The New York Times. 1st Dibs Introspective declared her work “truly, one of a kind”. Michael has design studios and shops in both Chicago and the Hamptons.
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How Sense of Place Influences Design
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Wednesday Sep 14, 4:30PM2022-09-14 16:30:00America/New_YorkHow Sense of Place Influences DesignDesigner, architect and VERANDA Contributing Design Editor Joy Moyler, together with Paloma Contreras, Michael Del Piero, and Elizabeth Graziolo, will explore examples of design properly rooted in a place and time.
A sense of place is the starting point for all great design. At the beach, in the city, or in the unparalleled light of Southern California, a project’s locale should inform every element of architecture, interiors and landscape. Ultimately, the dialogue between a home and its surroundings creates an emotional connection for the people who live there. Designer, architect and VERANDA Contributing Design Editor Joy Moyler, together with Paloma Contreras, Michael Del Piero, and Elizabeth Graziolo, will explore examples of design properly rooted in a place and time. The discussion will examine the role of lighting in establishing and enhancing a link to environment and setting in order to create spaces that feel naturally grounded.
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