Established in 2015 by the partnership between Daniele Ciccaglioni, with over 20 years of experience of managing classical and museum bookshops, Filippo Rotundo, art and antiquarian book dealer, and Fabio Ciccaglioni, independent book expert, Inedita soon became a new and dynamic reality on the Roman scene setting up leading commercial spaces, among which the bookshop housed within the MAXXI museum.
Inedita offers a unique selection of iconic books of art and photography as well as quality gadgets and design objects, and is present in mobile and versatile spaces and realities throughout the city of Rome, always corresponding to the latest commercial trends – and proudly serving the fast and dynamic contemporary lifestyle of the discerning Millennials.
Daniele Ciccaglioni was born in Rome in 1976. He has dedicated his professional life of over 20 years to the world of books, and during the last years with the mission of turning classical bookshops into spaces of innovation and creative meetings by incorporating gadgets, design objects, and initiatives of different kinds. Parallel to his passion for art books and design he has co-managed various projects, among which the NGO Co2 Crisis Opportunity, the launch of the Roman book-bar Salotto42, and PR consultancy for various firms.
Filippo Rotundo was born in Rome in 1972. In 2000 he established antiquarian bookshop Philobiblon, situated a few steps from Piazza Navona in Rome, and openings followed in 2004 in Milan and in 2006 in London. In 2013, Philobiblon expanded its activities inaugurating an art gallery and auction house in partnership with the British Forum Auctions; simultaneously, the joint venture with Umberto Pregliasco and Libreria Pregliasco – PRPH Books – is serving its clientele from its rare books gallery on the Upper East Side in New York City.
Fabio Ciccaglioni was born in Rome in 1978. He has over 20 years of experience from the world of bookshops and has managed plentiful projects related to the field from ideation to execution, such as manifestations, exhibitions, presentations and launches. He has curated the comunication of indipendent bookshops in Rome and elsewhere, with great success.