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Daniele Miglietta's Italian Design offers a series of furnishing lamps with an exceptional evocative power, a touch of class and magic in every room.
Daniele Miglietta devoted himself to painting from a very young age. His passion for art has always accompanied him; in fact, as a boy he participated in several group exhibitions in his hometown, Brindisi, enjoying good critical acclaim and in 1989, at the age of twenty-one, he won the international competition "City of Brindisi Trophy" with an oil on canvas painting from title "Nineteen Hundred". In 2000 he participated in the national sacred art competition of Chieti, in which he ranks in third place with the painting "A new hope". After an interlude as an advertising graphic designer, he began his work dedicating himself to skin micropigmentation in a doctor's office, while continuing to feed his passion for painting. Since 1997 he has lived in Bologna where he has participated in many group exhibitions.