Hana Zec and Federico Fazzi

Graduated in Milan in editorial graphics, then specialized in the
design of logotypes and visual identities. They are among the
founders of the Quartopiano graphic studio in Paris, in twenty years
of experience they have provided communication support to public and private actors. Artisans who have always been passionate about the world of books, for their conception, teamwork, graphic design, manufacturing and the assiduous attendance of typographies.
In 2008, Qupé éditions was created.
In their books - painting, engraving, writing and drawing - they offer
a new narration of the work, they intervene in the content and appropriate its nature. Conceiving the book as a curatorial space where each contribution, choice of format, graphics and typography enters into a relationship with the work. Today they work between Venice and Paris.

 

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We see graphic design as a collective project in close collaboration with
the authors.
The context of each project as
a curatorial space, where each contribution, format, graphic
and typographical choice relates
to the content.

We created for them too

Opéra de Paris, Musée du Louvre, Réunion de Musées Nationaux,
Biennale de Venise, Musée de Cluny, Musée d'Orsay, CTHS (Historical and Scientifical works comity), Hermès éditions, éditions du Linteau, Alternatives éditions, Orchestre de Paris, Mairie de Milan and APSV (Association de prévention du site de la Villette).