Originally from San Biagio della Cima (Imperia), in 1990, after graduating in musical studies and successively obtaining a degree in architecture, Giordano definitively left Liguria to open his very own studio in Milan. Here he combines his work of form with that of writing which launches him into the field of architecture and design criticism, and since 2004 in the field of fiction.
Roberto Grossi, a Milan native with a degree from Milan’s Polytechnic University, likes to ironically define himself as a “hillbilly architect” to represent the healthy dose of gentle pragmatism that fuels his projects, regardless of whether they are products, architectural designs, or communication. A method that expresses his nature as a man and designer, and characterizes his ability to make bold steps with ease, passing from the complexity of large urban projects to small details. Grossi’s work is internationally recognized, as seen on the Tacchini Italia Forniture Headquarters project, which was selected and exhibited at the 2012 Venice Biennale.