Piero Lissoni/ Marc Krusin/ Carlo Tamborini
Piero Lissoni is an architect, designer, and art director. In 1986 with Nicoletta Canesi, he founded the interdisciplinary studio Lissoni Associati in Milan, focusing on architecture, interior design, and product design. In 2015, he established Lissoni Inc. in New York to take on an expanding list of interior design projects throughout the Americas. Today, the Lissoni group engages an international team of 80 specialists in architecture, branding, graphic, interior and product design in many locations throughout the world. The firm designs everything from luxury resorts and private houses, to furniture and lighting.
Marc Krusin began his career in Italy where he worked tirelessly at the heart of the Milanese design scene for more than 13 years. He became Piero Lissoni\’s right-hand-man and associate, leading all types of projects from product to interior design for clients of international reputation. He played a fundamental part in helping the studio grow from 15 employees to over 60 and from being a studio with mainly Italian clients to being a studio with clients all over the world. He now has his own practice in London and continues to design spaces and products for clients in several countries around the world. Among these is Knoll for whom he created the Krusin Chair and Table collection, and more recently the Anchor storage system, both of which have become very successful ranges for this internationally renowned company. Krusin\’s latest introduction with Knoll is Pixel™, a portfolio of performance tables for the entire office with a focus on training and classroom spaces. In addition to designing, Marc has taught and lectured at universities in Europe and Australia and regularly speaks about his experience at events and conferences.
Carlo Tamborini was born in Milan, Italy. After attending European Institute of Design (IED) In Milan, in 1993 he started working as a freelancer designing interiors, exhibition systems, and packaging projects. He collaborated with a number of architectural studios and in 1997 he joined the Lissoni Associati Studio in Milan where he is currently the Design Manager.
In 1998 he co-founded the group Codice 31 and from 1999 onwards, he has been designing lights and interior furnishings for Porro, Fontana Arte, Kartell, Pallucco, GlasItalia, Capod’opera, RAAT Lighting, Diamantini & Domeniconi, MOS, Cover, and Coro.