Antonia Campi was born in 1921 and she is an Italian designer. Her headstrong, nearly baroque, biomorphic style is famous and the reason why Campi became one of the leading ceramics designer of the post war Italy.
She created some important designs of Italian art like the Neto stainless steel scissors that are exhibited in the permanent collection of the Pinakothek of Modern Art in Munich, among others, and that are re-edited and produced by the Swiss company Phi.
She is famous for her ceramic designs, which seduce the eye with their sensual, abstract forms. Moreover she designed jewellery, household goods and fittings.