Claudio COLUCCI is a renowned international designer who graduated from the School of Decorative Arts in Geneva and the École Nationale Supérieure de Création Industrielle in Paris.
He is a designer of international renown who has opened studios in Geneva, Paris, Hong Kong, Tokyo, and Beijing. Since 2012, he has frequently collaborated with his son Fabio. Claudio COLUCCI's expertise encompasses three areas: furniture design, industrial design, and interior architecture.
He has worked with prestigious brands such as Christofle, Ligne Roset, the Accord Group, Alain Passart, Caran d'Ache, Vacheron Constantin, Habitat, Kenwood, Renault, Agnès B, Mövenpick, and Hermès. He has also collaborated with famous architects such as Philippe Stark, Ron Arad, Nigel Coates, and Pascal Mourgue.
Claudio COLUCCI has been named Designer of the Year multiple times at the Maison et Objet trade fair in Paris and by ELLE Decoration magazine. He recently received the first prize for arts and crafts in Switzerland. He has been appointed as an ambassador for the Michelangelo Foundation, which honors creativity and artisanal savoir-faire and strengthens connections with the design world.
Many of his creations have been exhibited in museums such as the Centre Pompidou, the Fondation Cartier in Paris, and the MoMA in New York, as well as in notable galleries. Two monographs about him have been published by the Fondation Cartier and NORMA editions.
Eager to share his knowledge, Claudio COLUCCI places great importance on education and is actively involved in leading schools such as HEAD and IPAC Design. In 2018, his eponymous agency changed its name to Colucci & Colucci Design and Architecture to welcome Fabio Colucci as a partner associate.