Welcome to Ocra Studio founded by Stefania Loschi & Isabella Garbagnati in Milan, Italy.
Stefania Loschi was born in Jordan in 1984 from an Italian-Brazilian family that made her travel the world, live in different cultures and speak foreign languages.
She immediately showed a great passion for graphic arts.
After graduating in Interior Design at the IED in Milan in 2006, she moved to London to attend a master's degree in set design at the Central Saint Martin College of Art, collaborating with MTV UK and Next London, creating sets for television shows and photo shoots.
For the following ten years she worked as an interior designer and decorator, mixing her passion for architecture, art and graphics. She collaborated with Campari, Benetton, Ermegildo Zegna, Lago Design and Casamania. In the same period of time she launched the streetwear brand MAISON DUBOSK, collecting customers all across Europe, until 2013 when she moved to Paris.
In Paris she lived in the 6th arrondissement for four years, working on interior design projects for a restaurant, a shop and private apartments.
At the same time she published independently "THE ANIMAL COFFEE PROJECT", a photo-graphic book about coffee.
Isa Garbagnati is an Italian-born designer who lives and works between Milan and Paris.
After degree as an architect at Politecnico in Milan she worked with several interior design and decorating firms in Paris (2010-1017). She worked for Jean Nouvel's atelier at the project of interior for Louvre Abu Dhabi, Carbondale studio and she created a collection for Florence Lopez.
Her concept straddles a fine line between architecture and design, finding a flawless balance between solid matter and light.
Her works blend the craftsman’s painstaking attention to detail with the artist’s unerring instinct, forming timeless lamps made out of precious and often timeworn materials.
SAVE THE DATE:
. April 2020_ Salone Satellite Milano
. September 2019_ London Design Festival - Mint Shop, South Kensington
. April 2019_ Salone Satellite Milano - Stand C18