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  • The workshop featured Italian architects Mr. Giuseppe Morando and Mr. Jayanth Gopal-a team behind many award-winning projects across the globe, spoke on design concepts and aspirations

    Biesse India, the global woodworking machine manufacturer in Bengaluru, along with IIID (Institute of Indian Interior Designers) Bengaluru organised a Master Series workshop featuring Mr. Giuseppe Morando, an Italian architect known for his successful global projects and Mr. Jayanth Gopal, the man behind many award-winning projects in the US, Middle East and India. The event was held on 1st July 2022 at Hotel Shangri-La which saw participation from more than 150 architects and interior design firms in Bengaluru.

    Conceptualised as an impromptu conversation between two architect friends, the discussion began with Mr. Guiseppe explaining the structure of some of the projects he and his team designed. They further elaborated on key points by drawing commonalities between universal design thoughts across geography, culture and aspirations.

    Biesse India understood that there is a lack of awareness to differentiate the quality of execution by manual methods vis a vis modern technology, processes, and software solutions available and thus partnered with Mr. Giuseppe to conceptualise and produce a masterpiece using their software and machinery to demonstrate the abilities of technologies in bringing to life complex designs.

    With IIID being a true representative of interior designers within the country and globally, it served as the ideal platform to emphasise design concepts.

    Commenting on this collaboration with IIID, Mr. Sayeed Ahmed, CEO. Biesse India said, “We at Biesse India identified the need to create an ecosystem to create awareness about the latest technology available and IIID with its expansive reach proved to be an ideal platform to promote design concepts. We primarily wanted to create awareness of the processes available to give physical shape to creative ideas in wood, glass, stone and other materials.”

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