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Sergio Savarese was born on 1958 in Naples, Italy.

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Birthplace Naples, Italy
Date of death September 15, 2006,
Died Place Moffat County, Colorado, United States
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2006

Sergio Savarese (born 1958 in Naples, Italy — died September 15, 2006 in Moffat County, Colorado) was a furniture designer and a founder of Dialogica furniture stores.

1987

Savarese met his wife, Monique, at Milan’s Domus Academy. The two were married in 1987, and together they began to design contemporary furniture distinct from the spare or historical aesthetics popular in the late 1980s. Savarese and his wife designed pieces that reinterpreted classical styles and used vibrant colors.