Michele De Lucchi

Michele De Lucchi (* 8 November 1951 in Ferrara/Italy) initial studied architecture at Pauda University before switching to Florence. In 1978 Lucchi moved to Milan to work for the Kartell in-house design team Centrokappa. In 1980 Michele De Lucchi switched to the Design Studio "Memphis" where he remained until 1990 when he established his own lighting company producing lamps in traditional handwork.

Dehors Three-seater Outdoor
Dehors Armchair Outdoor
Tolomeo Tavolo
Tolomeo Tavolo Micro
Tolomeo Basculante Lettura
Tolomeo Mega Terra
Segmenti Clothes Stand
Dioscuri Tavolo
Tolomeo Lettura
Tolomeo Pinza
Castore Tavolo
Tolomeo Faretto
Dehors Two-seater Outdoor

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Passagen Cologne 2015: A&W Designer of the Year 2015 - Michele De Lucchi. The Exhibition.

... In 1977 De Lucchi moved to Milan where he quickly became one of the leading protagonists of the experimental design and architecture scene that developed in city during the 1980s and which, in many ways, still defines Milan's reputation as one of Europe's ... From the early days of his career Michele De Lucchi has worked parallel as architect and designer and has never defined himself as one or the other. And in this sense, according to Michel De...

Orgatec 2010: Vitra

... In 1991 Vitra commissioned the designers Michele de Lucchi, Ettore Sottsass and Andrea Branzi to develop some plans for future office design. A central component was the creation of an office environment that was both social and productive. Since then...

IMM Cologne: New Classics

... Split by Meike Rüssler for Ligne Roset, for example, is just a wonderful piece of desk design. If you like a nice organised organised desk. So not for us. But for everyone else, perfect. Not only the in-built letter trays, nor the concealed storage,...

Artemide "Best design brand Home and Living 2009"

... Although we'll probably always have problems with design and branding Awards, we do appreciate the value and importance that many of them represent. And so congratulations from us to Italian lighting designer and (smow)partner Artemide for first place in...

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