Enrico Franzolini

Modern industrial design was born in the great cities of Europe – Paris, Berlin and, of course, Milan. Following World War II, Milan became pre-eminent, leading the way with a stunning display of products from Achille Castiglioni, Vico Magistretti and Antonio Citterio. The vitality of post-war design that flourished in the studios of Milan undoubtedly influenced Enrico Franzolini, one of the city's young but most prolific furniture designers. On his way to becoming an international household name, Franzolini designs for the most prominent furniture companies in Europe and the U.S, including Moroso, Cappellini, Crassevig, Accademia and Knoll International.