David Dolcini

David Dolcini was born in Italy, near Milan, in a family with a long tradition in craftsmanship and production. His vision and approach to design comes from a combination of different educational and professional experiences abroad over the years.
After finishing his studies at Politecnico di Milano in 2004, he entered the design world as a project manager for Luceplan and later worked for A00-Architecture in Shanghai.
In 2007 he founded his own brand DAVID DOLCINI, which deals mainly with product and industrial design, interior design, installations, and art direction.
Dolcini’s design approach is characterized by direct technical insight in each project, knowledge of materials and production technologies, combined with transversal research: from art to architecture, from craftsmanship to industrial design.
Some of his works, such as Ara, Pinocchio, and MOD, have been selected for international exhibitions and exhibited at the Triennale di Milano.
Between 2003 and 2011 he collaborated with NGOs in the development of social projects in Kenya, Brazil, and Mozambique. In 2012 he opened a new base of operations in Valencia, Spain, and in 2017 and 2018 he was Ambassador for the Italian Design Day in the world; in Yerevan (Armenia) and Helsinki (Finland).
Every single project is developed through a rigorous design methodology and a multidisciplinary analytical criterion.

David Dolcini

David Dolcini

David Dolcini was born in Italy, near Milan, in a family with a long tradition in craftsmanship and production. His vision and approach to design comes from a combination of different educational and professional experiences abroad over the years.
After finishing his studies at Politecnico di Milano in 2004, he entered the design world as a project manager for Luceplan and later worked for A00-Architecture in Shanghai.
In 2007 he founded his own brand DAVID DOLCINI, which deals mainly with product and industrial design, interior design, installations, and art direction.
Dolcini’s design approach is characterized by direct technical insight in each project, knowledge of materials and production technologies, combined with transversal research: from art to architecture, from craftsmanship to industrial design.
Some of his works, such as Ara, Pinocchio, and MOD, have been selected for international exhibitions and exhibited at the Triennale di Milano.
Between 2003 and 2011 he collaborated with NGOs in the development of social projects in Kenya, Brazil, and Mozambique. In 2012 he opened a new base of operations in Valencia, Spain, and in 2017 and 2018 he was Ambassador for the Italian Design Day in the world; in Yerevan (Armenia) and Helsinki (Finland).
Every single project is developed through a rigorous design methodology and a multidisciplinary analytical criterion.