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Filippo-Perini

Filippo Perini is the Head of Design at Italdesign in Italy. Italdesign is a world leader in the provision of development services for the automotive industry. Born in 1965 Filippo worked as a freelance designer for Alfa Romeo, Fiat Auto, and Aprilia as a consultant for the Federation of Scientific and Technical Associations. In 1995 he joined the Alfa Romeo Centro Stile and in 2001 he was appointed Director of Exterior Design of Alfa Romeo. He worked on the Alfa 159, 147, and 8C Competizione concept car. He was the Senior Exterior Designer at Audi and at Lamborghini he was the Head of Exterior Design. From 2006 to 2015 Filippo managed many successful projects as Director of the Automobili Lamborghini Centro Stile before his current role at Italdesign.

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Concorso Italiano

SUCCESS QUOTE

“Passion.”

CAREER & LIFE CHALLENGES 

Deciding to leave Alfa Romeo and work at Audi which was a cultural shock, leaving Italy, learning a new language, and taking on many new challenges.

AH-HA MOMENTS

The presentation when he and his team designed the Lamborghini Aventador. Listen to the story behind this bold design and how  it came to fruition.

FIRST SPECIAL VEHICLE

A Fiat Campagnola

BEST AUTOMOTIVE ADVICE

Help from automotive technicians in his early career.

USEFUL RESOURCE

Le Container

Numero 13

Cooler Than Before

FAVORITE BOOK 

Targa Florio by Ed Heuvink

PARTING WORDS OF ADVICE

Come and enjoy the city of Turin in Italy.

HOW TO FIND FILIPPO

Italdesign

Concorso Italiano

 

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