Alessandro Di Prisco


Architect, was born in Naples in 1982.He graduated from Naples’ Università Federico II. He always combined R&D with his passion for the visual arts and design. He took part at many architecture and design competitions, showing his works in Italy and abroad. He spent another semester at the Universita’ Federico II where he worked as a collaborator in the Industrial Design class. Presently, he spends his time collaborating with many small-medium businesses in the industrial visions a reality. He lends his expertise to architecture and design companies.

Nomad stool to carry with you everywhere
Sgabo is a compact and smartly designed folding stool by architect and industrial designer Alessandro Di Prisco. Made of lacquered wood, the simple design features four holes in the seat that work as a handle when you need to carry it somewhere. When in seat mode, the holes just appear to be an added detail. Folded up flat, the stool can be stored taking up minimal space, but with one, smooth easy action, you have yourself extra seating.
Dimension 75x24 open Material: lacquered wood Colors: Yellow, light blu, Light green, white