Marco Acerbis

Marco Acerbis is an Italian designer who graduated at Politecnico, in Milan. To improve his knowledge, he moved to London in1997, where he started closely collaborating with Foster & Partners. In UK he is involved in the construction of an eight-floors building for scientific research at Imperial College and becomes Head of Capital City Academy's project, a 1400 students high school, 250 meters long and inaugurated by Tony Blair. In 2004 he came back to Italy and he opened his own studio of architecture and design. The Vertigo lamp, designed for Fontana Arte, quickly becomes a timeless icon, included in the permanent collection of the Vitra Design Museum. Marco Acerbis is a passionate explorer of transverse skills, ideas, tools and technologies to reach the creation of a globally designed space.

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