Born in 1960 in Cremona, Italy, Ferruccio Laviani graduated in architecture at Politecnico di Design di Milano. He worked at Studio de Lucchi where he became a partner. In 1991, Ferrucio Laviani opens his own studio in Milan. His collaboration with various prestigious companies such as Kartell, Flos, Foscarini, Moroso, Driade, brought him a lot of popularity, becoming one of the most prestigious European designers. Ferrucio Laviani designs retail spaces and installations, residential interiors, offices for private clients and brands - Dolce&Gabana, Cassina, Missoni, Zara and many others. He works in areas of product and interior design, art and graphics. With a large experience as an architect and designer, Ferruccio Laviani curated and designed many important exhibitions, such as the exhibition organised in Milan for his lamp designs for Kartell. Bourgie and Take lamps are in the permanent collection of the Indianapolis Museum of Art in the USA and many of his designs have been shown in museums and exhibitions worldwide.
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