Giulio Iacchetti alternates between working as an industrial designer and artistic director, along with teaching at various design school. Iachetti is always redefining objects to create unique products the world has not seen before. In 2001, along with Matteo Ragni, he won the Compasso d’Oro ADI prize with the “Moscardino” biodegradable multi-purpose cutlery, which is on display as a permanent design collection at the MoMA in New York.
Additionally, he won the prize for Innovation by the President of the Italian Republic, a prestigious honor that has made him sought after in the design community. Iachetti has collaborated with various prominent Italian brands, including Foscarini.