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Avanzato Design | Exclusive Interview

Avanzato Design is a luxury interior design firm founded by the talented Vincenzo Avanzato. Vincenzo Avanzato has been leading his team in picking from a large array of resources for over two decades in order to create the most innovative solutions, individualized atmospheres, and exclusive finishes for today’s diversified lifestyles. Their clients have commissioned Vincenzo to design lavish stores, restaurants, hotels, and large-scale houses throughout New York, Latin America, Europe, and the Middle East, in addition to countless luxury residential projects in South Florida. Its success is undeniable and Best Interior Designers had the opportunity to talk to Vincenzo Avanzato in an exclusive interview to get to know more about his career and future in this industry.


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How did you get involved in the interior design Industry? 

Many years ago I was in Milan looking for the Upholsterers Union and stumble on an interior design school. The Principal started to show me hand sketches of column capitals, I had the strongest chill down my back and said this is what I want to do. Hence I ended up in Los Angles to start my new career and an interior designer. 


How would you describe your work style?

Do you have any kind of signatures that help to identify your projects?  This is not the first time to been asked this question, the answer is no, as I believe it should be the client, location, and architecture that drive the direction. After all, it’s not I that will be living there.




Being in love with our work is always the key to achieving better results. Are you in love with this job? What do you love most about being an interior designer?

I sometimes feel like a dream maker, it’s a passion and should come naturally and there are sometimes inspirational blocks and because of the love of the project, “Love conquers all” Haha.


What is your philosophy on design and life?

I think design is everywhere, from mother nature herself to the creators and visionaries design is constantly in our life’s. 






Keeping up to date on all the trends is essential for anyone who wants to conquer this market. In what ways do you keep current with new trends?

It use to be shown in the states and abroad and other venues plus printed material. Last night I was at Louis Vuitton in the design district and it was fantastic to see some very innovative designs with the use of leather and other materials. 


How would you describe your personal decorating style? 

In general, I would say understated luxury but I have been knowing to overstep my boundaries to a little bit more ostentatious. 


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All artists need some inspiration to work, and interior designers are artists too. So, what or who really inspires you? 

I believe just being present to one’s surroundings and experiences are inspirational enough.


Inspiration is something that pushes everyone to create unique things. What makes you see the world in a different way?

My wife, she’s the one that keeps me grounded and being present in the NOW.


If you had to pick one project around the world that you wish was made by you, which one would it be?

There are a few, some by John Saladino and Alberto Pinto to name some of them.


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How important is a perfect chemistry between you and your clients to achieve the best results?

I do remember meeting a very nice gentleman an Interior designer of course who advised me; When you start out and you are dying to get your own projects. He said, no matter how desperate you are for work or the desire to start, if you feel that the shoe does not fit or there’s a personality feeling, do not take the project.

I’ve followed the principal ever since. 


Choosing the best pieces to compose a project can be the secret to getting the best overall result. Although it seems easy, this is a delicate task and needs full attention on time to execute. Do you have some tips for those who do not know well how to start a challenge like this? 

Appropriateness, scale, and proportion are the main key to keeping things in balance. 


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Do you think working with teams in interior design is better or worse than working alone? Why? 

We all need a sounding board no matter how good you think we are. I love the import creativity from my team, you get to view things from a different perspective, always.






Is there anything exciting that you are working on at the moment that you can tell us about? 

Ha, I wish I could, let’s just say that it is a one-of-a-kind project here in Miami, that’s as much as I can say.


What has been your greatest accomplishment as a designer? What goals do you have for the future?

 Being a father, the growing of one’s personality is a design in the process. It may not be exactly what you expected but the end result is beautiful.


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Do you have a favorite project or a favorite story about one of your projects?

I once interviewed with a couple, one was French and the other Italian which I am bilingual in both. We talked we went through the house and we talked about different ideas. This went on for about two hours. It was only after I got back to the office I realized that I didn’t even show them my work. Three weeks later we made them a presentation and they loved everything, we were given “Carte Blanche” and the result was fabulous.


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