Co - Founder and Co - Director
Simona is co-founder and co-director of Matter of Stuff.
Italian born, she is both an Architect and curator and has lived in seven countries including China, Japan and the USA.
She enjoys the challenge of initiating new works and cooperative practices between international designers, manufacturers, editors and curators.
Her experiences at Heatherwick Studio and Kengo Kuma have brought valuable knowledge and insights into contemporary making with some of the most creative people in the world.
Co-founder and Co-director
Sofia is co-founder and co-director of Matter of Stuff. She is a London-based Architect and curator.
Born and raised in Venice, she has always been inspired by the art of glass blowing and other crafts associated with her city.
From her early years, she has devoted her attention to both architecture and her interest in photography, making and art. This has continued through her time as an Architect at Acme, FOA and 3xn as well as work with the photographer Claudio Abate. These experiences have moulded her passion for the world of design and making. She is constantly searching for the next incredible manufacturer or designer and potential collaborations.
Head of IT
Tommaso Falchi is the matterofstuff.com Webmaster and head of IT.
A computer engineer who trained in both Italy and the UK, he enjoys exploiting computation in order to solve real-life problems.
His current professional focus is on avionics, drones and autonomous vehicles and he has been involved with website development and IT consulting since 2006.
Head of Video Production
Matteo Bini both edits and curates video content for Matter of Stuff.
After graduating from film school in Milan in 2004, he started working as an editor for Italian TV channels such as RAI, MEDIASET and SKY.
In 2011, he moved to England to attend a Master Degree in Editing at the prestigious National Film and Television School. Here he profoundly developed his storytelling skills and created strong professional relationships with talented people.
He graduated in 2013 with a Distinction and received the Christie Award for Most Promising Student of the Year.
He has worked on both documentary and fiction films always bringing a creative and original approach.