About me2019-05-22T17:37:39+00:00

About me…

— roberta licini —

knitwear designer and interior stylist

Good design always carries a message… The product will shape us with our idea of the world in which we live: this is the real impact of tangible design…

Robeta Licini
A designer always has a strong point of view, and is inspired by the small things in everyday life such as mundane objects, things often seen in nature and architecture. It’s inspiring to give a home a new life through the research of a particular object. I like evoking emotion when people see my patterns expressed in certain colours and letting that emotion breathe energy and excitement into the home.
My playful imagination enlivens the different pieces in the knitwear collection: I got started in designing by thinking about how to use the colours in the motifs reproduced in my blankets, to make them aesthetically pleasing to the eye and wanting to satisfy each person in how my products can be comfortable and harmonious.
A reflection of contemporary elegance. An object to live!

”a little of history”…
I have a valid background in the fashion field and I collaborated with important brands such a knitwear designer for both men’s and woman’s collections. My passion and aesthetic sense combined with my tecnical capabilities, gave me visibility in the world of ‘knitwear fashion’. I started my project in 2013, I created the brand ‘lr’ roberta licini with a knitted home accessories collection: blankets and cushions. The study of design and materials research are done in my ‘Atelier house’ in Biella (Piedmont, Italy), known by the textile sector lovers for the production of high quality wool. The finishing process through execution of the product in its different phases is made in Treviso (Veneto region), in a historic knitwear factory. For my specific studies, I attended ‘The Accademy of fashion and costume’. The curiosity and interest in the history of art and architecture, led me to live this new experience, enriching my sources of inspiration, especially drawing on historical periods such as the 400’s (Renaissance) and the 900’s (Modern Art), to the books of ‘Graphic Arts’ and to the forms of interpretation that the human being makes of nature…

Interior Stylist … in home decor, the idea to develop the design concept and the definition of a full details specific style. A support to be able to deepen the stylistic and decorative aspects that contribute to the completion of an interior project created with awareness and competence. The identification of the choices that make up all the elements of the scene is important: design, materials, colours, furnishings, fabrics and the important ‘accessories’.