Alberto Nason was born in Venice in 1972. After working for three years at the graphic design studio "Option One" in London, Nason enrolled at the European Institute of Design in Milan where in 1996 he graduated in industrial design. He then worked for a year in Germany at the design studio "Eckart & Barski" in Frankfurt. The technical skills he developed during this last experience would allow him to join the list of collaborators at the studio of the architect Michele De Lucchi, for which he still plays a role as a designer contributing to the creation of numerous design objects. In 2001, Nason founded the "first laboratory", a place dedicated to experimentation with new techniques related to glass processing. For Artemide he designed the linear and circular LED Net lamp.