Todd Bracher is a native of New York, moved to Italy after completing a two-year internship in Denmark at Denmarks Designskole. He graduated full marks in Industrial Design (1996) at the Pratt Institute in New York after a course lasting about 4 years. He has worked as Senior Designer for several New York architecture studios as well as numerous studies in Copenhagen and Milan. His works are of interest to various environments: from consumer products, to designer design, to furniture design and exhibition space. "Open Privacy", a group of Todd's 1999 tables, won the ID Award in 2000 and the "Bloom" project won four: Promosedia Design for the European Chair Competition, Udine, Italy ( 2000); Ideas Award, Tokyo, Japan (2001); ID Award, New York, USA (2002) and UNESCO Design 21 Award, Paris, France (2002). "... In recent years, Bracher has made an international leap, collecting awards and acknowledgments of the world press as souvenirs" - Jenny Shears, * Surface Magazine (USA). His creations are continuously published on * Wallpaper (UK), I.D. (USA), Stern (DE), Corriere della Sera (IT) as well as continuing personal exhibitions in Denmark, France, Italy, Japan, Sweden and the United States.