Simone Micheli

Simone Micheli was born in Tuscany in 1964. His father Massimo was a painter, and his mother Cristiana a teacher of artistic disciplines. He graduated at the Faculty of Architecture of Florence, and during his university studies, he met important mentors as Giovanni Klaus Koenig who supervised his thesis, Giovanni Michelucci and Bruno Zevi, with whom he collaborates in an anti-canonical architectural path that goes from his initial training up to his current professional activity. In 1990, he founded the homonymous Architecture Studio, and in 2003 the design company “Simone Micheli Architectural Hero” with offices in Florence and Milan. From 2003 to 2009, he was sessional professor at the Faculty of Architecture of the Tuscan city. Since 2003, he has also been professor at the Polidesign and at the Polytechnic School of Design in Milan. His professional activity articulates in different directions: from architecture to interior architecture, from design to visual design, passing from communication. His creations, characterised by a strong identity and uniqueness, are sustainable and always respect environment. The numerous realisations for public administrations and important private clients linked to the residential and public service sectors have made him one of the main protagonists of the European design dimension. His works were presented in the most important international exhibition events. He held conferences and was a lecturer at Institutes for culture, organisations, and other institutions all over the world. He wrote many essays and articles for Italian and international magazines, and gave TV interviews dedicated to his work. 

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