SID Insider Design Hunter™ Q+A: Bianca Riggio
An insider in this year's Sydney Indesign, Bianca Riggio is one half of design duo Page Thirty Three. We expand on the usual Design Hunter template to give you a glimpse into her creative process via a snapshot of her desk.
On My Desk:
Pot plant; I always need something green around me. We have a small family of plants in our studio
Hot / cold water bottle; recently purchased at Hay house Copenhagen
Mesh bag; to cart my lunch to-and-from work
Mac book retina; with me always
Hard drive AKA brain
Ipad mini; I listen to soundcloud for most of the day.
Perforated notebook; another buy from Hay house Copenhagen
Black pen; that I stole from Ryan.
Current inspiration; Urnatur eco village brochure – an eco lodge we recently visited in Sweden, a postcard from the Keith Harring retrospective at the Palace de Tokyo & some large safety matches
Vitra tool box; holds pantone book, diary, weekly planner, sticky tape and more.
Pen holder; also hold Calendula lip balm and Rosehip face oil.
Rosewater face-mist spray bottle; A great freshen up when you have been staring into a screen for a couple of hours.
Design Hunter Q+A:
Your name: Bianca Riggio
What you do: Run a design company called Page Thirty Three, as well as freelance styling, set design & graphics.
What is your favourite…
Chair model: Kare Klint – Safari Chair
Residential space: I constantly drag off interiors I love- no one favourite.
Decorative product: At the moment, our knitted Yoga Balls.
Functional product: Bottle opener
Handmade good: Blended essential oils & handmade beauty products.
Re-invented classic: Wooden clock radio
Restaurant: Din tai fung
Drink: Penicillin – smoked whiskey, ginger, honey .
Bar: Hugo’s Manly
Item in your studio: An old Tibetan crystal skull I picked up a few years
Piece of technology: Apple TV
Historical figure: Pharaoh Hatshepsut
Fictional character: 90’s cat woman
Virtue: Walk lightly
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