Designer: Marco Ferreri
Marco Ferreri was born in Imperia on February, 26th 1958.
He graduated from the Politecnico of Milan in 1981 and has lived and worked in this same city since 1984.
His project research includes various fields, such as industrial design, architecture, graphics and set design.
Some of his works are part of important design collections, such as the Pemanent design Collection of the MoMA of New York,
the permanent collection of the Israel Museum of Jerusalem, the Collection of the FNAC of Paris and also in various private collections.
His works have also received various prizes and awards:
The Libroletto, in collaboration with Bruno Munari, and the Less chair, produced by Nemo, were selected for the 40th Compasso d'Oro competition, the broom Titi won the Design Plus prize in 2000 and the chair Foglia by Novecentoundici was selected for the Red Dot Award in 2002.
Member of the Architect Professional Association of Milan, Member of A.D.I.
and of BEDA/Bureau of European Designers Association, he has also held lessons and lectures in various important Italian and foreign universities.
He currently teaches at the Politecnico of Milan and at the Accademia di Belle Arti of Brera.