Swiss-born Laetitia de Allegri has lived and worked in London since 2005.
After graduating from ECAL in 2004 (Industrial/Product Design BA) she joined Barber Osgerby, where for six years she worked on projects for Flos, Magis, Sony, Vitra, Classicon, Adidas, Established & Sons and most recently the Olympic Torch....
Since 2010 she has been freelancing, continuing to work with Barber Osgerby as well as forming new collaborations with Marc Newson, Tom Dixon, MAP Project Office and Alexander Taylor.
Laetitia’s work encompasses a diversity of applications from products and furniture, to interior projects both in private and public commissions. With a strong focus on graphics, particularly within the field of textiles and rugs (for companies such as Bute, The Rug Company, Tai Ping carpets...) Specialising in pattern, colour and texture, she has been responsible for colour selection on projects at Barber Osgerby and Universal Design Studio, an occupation she is following with various other leading European studios.
Since 2013 Laetitia pursues her own career and develops different collaborations like de Allegri/Feldkamp in 2013 with Issue No. 1 and Issue No. 2 part of London Design Festival 2013 and Milan Furniture Fair 2014. In 2014 she creates with Matteo Fogale, -ISH a new collection of furniture and home accessories made out of recycled material and reclaimed post-industrial waste which has recently won the Wallpaper Design Awards 2015 as "Best Denim".
Recently also started offering design and colour lectures and workshops.