Marco Romanelli

Critic; Curator; Writer; Editor; Lecturer / Architecture; Product Design / Italy / Laudani & Romanelli

Marco Romanelli was born in Trieste in 1958. He received his degree in architecture in Genoa in 1983 and, in 1984, a master’s degree in design. He works in the fields of furniture design (for clients including Arflex, Azzurra, Bosa, Driade, Fiam, Fontana Arte, Glas, Laboratorio Pesaro, Nodus, Oluce, Salviati, and Valsecchi), interior architecture (his work has been published in major international magazines), and exhibition design (including, in 2002–2003, “Gio Ponti: A World,” London Design Museum, Rotterdam NAI, and Milan Triennial; in 2007, “Bruno Munari,” Tokyo; and in 2011, “Design, una storia italiana,” Rome and Turin).

Romanelli flanks his design work with intensive critical meditations on topics involving living and design. He has been editor of both Domus (1986–1994) and Abitare (1995–2007).

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