Paolo De Lucchi
Born in Padova, he graduated in Architecture at the Milan Polytechnic College. In 1988 he had his "il tavolo interattivo" (the interactive table) on display in the Palazzo dell'arte, Triennial of Milan, during the exhibition "Il gioco delle parti". Between 1989 and 1993 he worked with the studio Sottsass Associati on various architectural and industrial design projects. In 1994 he started working with the studio Michele De Lucchi in Milan on important architectural projects in the north east of Italy, such as the historical archives centre of Enel (national electricity board) in Mestre. In 1998 he opens his studio in Padova, where he develops projects for important companies: Castaldi illuminazione, Club Abbigliamento, Dismero, Estel Group, Fabbian, Mandarina Duck, Mazzega, Piquadro. He teaches Industrial Design at the Università del Progetto of Reggio Emilia.