Fernando Brízio graduated in Product Design (1996) from the Faculty of Fine Arts in Lisbon, where he lives and works. He has developed products for industry and small-scale handmade production, along with exhibitions, sets, interior and public spaces for companies and organizations such as Droog, Schréder, Torino World Design Capital, experimentadesign, Lisbon City Council, Il Coccio, Cor Unum, Fábrica Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro, Galerie Kreo and choreographer Rui Horta. Fernando is a professor and the head of the Design Product Master's degree at ESAD Caldas da Rainha. He has taught at ECAL in Lausanne, at HfG in Karlsruhe, and has been a frequent lecturer and member of juries in Portugal as well as abroad. Exhibited and published internationally, his designs are included in the permanent collection of MUDE – Lisbon's Museum of Design and Fashion, and several private collections. Fernando Brízio's consistent and finely crafted body of work hinges on a challenging relationship between object and user and the creation of designs that invite different readings and uses.