Luca Hugo Brucculeri defines himself as an Ephemeral Designer.
His works and projects are characterized by the big beautiful impact they create and for the short time they are used: “I imagine and visualize my projects like butterflies, who live for a very short time but can be appreciated for their great ephemeral beauty”.
Installations, windows displays, set design, events and temporary spaces for both institutions and companies, are his main focus of work.
Research and experimentation, both material and conceptual, are the basis of each project’s developmen. He uses design and art to create made-to-measure projects, installations tailored to the needs of each of his clients.
He collaborates in projects with different professionals, companies and luxury brand firms such as:
Stella McCartney, Calvin Klein, Armani, Redken, Swatch, Adidas and with a particular dedication to the firm Hermès, developing as a team shop window designs in Spain along with artists Kiki van Eijk, Marcel Van Doorn, Mathieu Ducournau and Luna Paiva.
Awarded in 2014 the “Targa Giovani” a section for Permanent Observatory of Design ADI – Italian Association of Industrial Design.
Published in the ADI Design Index 2014 (an annual publication that collects the best Italian design)
and candidate in 2015 for the “Compasso d’Oro” the oldest and the most authoritative world design award.
His way of working is characterized by a poetic, ironic and fresh language capable of generating emotions in those who observe his creations.