Sergio Mannino Studio
Sergio Mannino Studio is a retail store design firm with roots in Italian design and culture. The Studio is based in New York but operates on a global scale, having worked on over 250 stores for companies such as Prada, Miu Miu, Lexus, Vince Camuto, Jessica Simpson, Miss Sixty, Breil, Kensiegirl, Steve Madden among others. Through an extensive close network of consultants, store design projects can be taken from preliminary brainstorming to built form virtually anywhere. The Studio work has been published numerous times in magazines, books and blogs in the US, Europe, China and South Korea. Sergio Mannino, who heads the Studio, earned a degree in architecture from the University of Florence and worked extensively in interior design with Ettore Sottsass and Remo Buti in Italy. He also has expertise in furniture design and in 2002 he mounted a one-man show of his furniture designs at the Memphis Post Design Gallery in Milan. In 2008 his "ooo! Lamp" was featured at the ICFF in New York. Most recently the Studio introduced the colorful and modular "Non-Flying Carpet" at the New York design show "Wanted Design" during the ICFF in 2012.