Eleonora is a London-based multidisciplinary designer with a strong focus on material experimentation.
Her work is a testament to the power of interdisciplinary thinking and the endless possibilities of design.

Born and raised in Italy, Eleonora developed an early interest in design, and went on to study visual communication at a prestigious university in Milan. After graduation, she worked for several years as a graphic designer, honing her skills and developing a strong understanding of visual communication.
For this reason, Eleonora brings a keen eye for aesthetics to all of her projects.

However, Eleonora's curiosity and passion for science led her to explore new areas of design, and she began experimenting with materials and techniques that were inspired by scientific principles. One of her main areas of interest is the future
of food, which she sees as a powerful reflection of society as a whole.
She is fascinated by the intersection of food, science, and design, and is constantly exploring new ways to bring these elements together in her work.
This focus is made possible by Eleonora's collaborations with leading scientists, including Johanna Sadler, whose insights and expertise inform and shape her design practice, and affirmed chefs and food experts.

Eleonora has collaborated with notable design studios like Marco Campardo Studio and Arabeschi di Latte.
These collaborations have allowed her to work on high-profile projects for clients around the world, and to enrich her vision and approach to design.

Currently, Eleonora is pursuing her MA in Material Futures at Central Saint Martins, where she continues to explore new ideas and techniques in design.