Marco Ferreri was born in Imperia the 26th February 1958 and he graduated in architecture in 1981 at the Polytechnique of Milan, where he lives and works. He worked with Marco Zanuso, Angelo Mangiarotti and Bruno Munari. In 2010, Triennale of Milan dedicated to him an anthological exposition about his work named: “Marco Ferreri progettarepensieri.” Some of Ferreri’s works are included in important design collections, such as “Permanent Design Collection” of Museum of Modern Art of New York, the permanent design collection of Israel Museum of Jerusalem and the collection of the National Fund of Contemporary Art of Paris and other private collections. His works have been presented at the IX Biennale of Architecture of Venice, at the I International Biennal of Architecture of Beijing in China and in “GwangJu Design Biennale” in Corea. He taught and had lessons in the most important national and international design schools and Universities.