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As a strategic partner we craft digital-first brand programs, interactive experiences, and eCommerce flagships that differentiate and resonate in today’s consumer-centric, ever changing business environment.

Logo & Identity Design

Logo is the face your Brand. We have the most talented and experienced logo designers,

Print Design

Your printed marketing material can make an impact on your company image after an effective business meeting.

Web Design (UX/UI)

From B2B to B2C websites, Buzz Interactive provides quality web design services,

Branded eCommerce

Our eCommerce design starts and ends with a best-in-class experience strategy that builds brands and drives transactions.

Designing the future

The future of UX / UI is complex, and our partners rely on us to help them simplify it. We design websites, applications, and digital products that build modern brands and form authentic relationships.


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Many people looking for creative agency services approach us with ideas that feel unattainable. We like to take those ideas and breathe life into them. Our full-service multi-channel approach allows our team to lend insight across your entire organization to develop creative and technical solutions that exceed the bounds of your imagination.

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The house of the future comes from the past design

The house of the future comes from the past design

In the seventies there was a tendency to imagine a portable house, like a shell, light and transportable, like the Ugoomosphere of Ugo La Pietra or the transparent inflatable office of the Austrian Hans Hollein. Decades before the mobility of young people of “Generation Rent”, these architects have imagined a nomadic life by choice thanks to technology, using then new materials such as perspex and polycarbonates for furniture and structures.

The Florentine design group Superstudio , legendary pioneers, in the early seventies had imagined the world covered by a “universal network”, which would bring electricity and energy everywhere, allowing people to go where they wanted to become nomads sophisticated by choice.

“Design coincides more and more with existence”, wrote Adolfo Natalini of Superstudio at the time, imagining a “world without products and without waste” and “a homogeneous land through a network of energy and information that becomes the natural support of a new and improved life “. A world wide web ante litteram, then, but also an ideal of non-consumer life, lived freely and without the imprisonment of a single place or the limitations related to the possession of objects and furniture.

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Thomas Gainsborough, family portraits
In line with this visionary idealism Enzo Mari with Self-planning, in 1974, he creates a guide to self-sufficiency, teaching how to create all the necessary furniture and objects in a simplified form using only simple materials, hammer and nails. A “democratization” of design that anticipates the goals of Ikea, sponsor of the exhibition.

Already in 1958 French director Jacques Tati had mocked the unrestrained consumerism and the craze of modernism at all costs in his film Mon Oncle, winner of the Oscar in 1958. The model of Villa Arpel, the supermodernist house, is on display and ultra-geometric film, impersonal and unlivable, where every noisy gadget and object aimed at simplifying life actually makes it impossible.

The Telematic House of Ugo La Pietra, in 1982, is a house in which the TV screens are integrated into every object and in every piece of furniture, anticipating the omnipresence of the screens in contemporary life and also the controversy over the lack of privacy.

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Impressionists compared
Some forecasts have proved to be completely accurate, such as the need to use every square inch of a house to the maximum, anticipating the “microliving” of today’s overcrowded cities with ergonomic designs and imaginative solutions.

In the projects of the time the dining table emerges rising from the floor. The mobile kitchen moves on four wheels. Ettore Sottsass imagines bathroom and shower furniture, a modular system that frees the home from consumer goods and makes every object multifunctional.

Sheet metal and new possibilities for design

Sheet metal and new possibilities for design

If the design has no more limits and is entering our homes, with the tailor-made processing of metal sheets, you are able to generate new solutions for both interior details and real home deco on facades of buildings, houses or offices. The great advantage of these solutions is the raw material used. Sheet metal, generally of metal, has a low starting production cost, which depending on the imagination that we are able to release, takes on variable costs depending on the processing that is going to develop.

Are you thinking where to use small design features?

You can customize the whole house, starting from the protection of the facades, then “cushioning” the possibility of a wall being exposed directly to water, or to the sun, or simply to give a more particular form: wave sheet if you like the sea, or fully flowered, if you use it as a lattice for climbing plants.
Gutters and drainage channels for rainwater, are the immediate uses to which our mind takes us back, but imagine them colored or perforated able to recreate the threads of water, almost small waterfalls appeared on the island that there is not .
Even banisters and gates are good for this type of material because it allows you to play with full and empty, I see and I can not see, then create more or less privacy according to our needs and our privacy.
The sheet metal sheets can also act as excellent applications for acoustic, electrical or thermal insulation, obviously correctly combined with other insulation materials.

On the other hand, if we think of industrial or commercial uses, we can not but imagine partition walls, walls for furniture or to develop new proposals in the field of lighting technology.

There is a great advantage in using this material. Being particularly ductile you can work to meet the most different requirements of each customer, (there are specialized companies such as, for example, Actis Furio in Milan ) and you can think for different sizes and thicknesses. In fact, there is no limit in its construction, because if it is a unique and wide wall, you can easily proceed with welding, while for small jobs there are machines that can recreate even tiny details. More or less thick knits, particular textures, personalized colors, are all important details for the consumer, but they are excellent solutions if we think about the environment, since these finishes are entirely recyclable and require very little maintenance.
Another advantage is their longevity. They deteriorate over time, and can take “vintage” effects depending on the weather they are exposed to, but in fact they are a good compromise between aesthetics and practicality.


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Ethan Rothell

Ethan Rothell


Jennifer Chapman

Jennifer Chapman

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Josh Lundstrom

Josh Lundstrom

Design Director

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