Designer Giulio Ridolfo uses colour to contextualise design and storytelling; his approach is rooted in observation, materiality, and imagination. To create his signature ‘in-between’ mercurial hues, he assumes many different roles, from self-taught botanist capturing the mutable colours of nature to a rogue anthropologist.

Giulio Ridolfo, who calls himself a "chromatologist," draws inspiration from a variety of sources, including photography, art, and fashion. He gathers images, colours, patterns and textures, then combines these different elements and expressions until he creates something new. 

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