Piero Lissoni

Piero Lissoni (1956) is an architect, art director and designer.
Together with Nicoletta Canesi, Piero Lissoni opened the Lissoni Associati studio in 1986, initiating a lifelong collaboration with some of the finest Italian and international furniture manufacturers.
1996 saw the creation of Graph.x, a company dedicated to the development of graphics projects.
Some of the more recent architectural projects include a private loft in Monza (2009); a villa in Forte dei Marmi (2011); the Conservatorium Hotel in Museum Square area in Amsterdam (2012); the Mamilla Hotel in Jerusalem with its 210 rooms and suites (2009); the renovation and interior design of the Monaco & Grand Canal Hotel in Venice (2004); the Bentley Design HotelTM in Istanbul (2002); the Mitsui Garden Hotel in Tokyo (2005); the Studio M Hotel in Singapore (2010); the principal suites for the Pierre Hotel New York (2010) and the Taj Palace Hotel in Mumbai (2010).
In addition to showrooms for Boffi, Cassina, Porro and Tecno, Piero Lissoni completed the headquarters of Living Divani in Anzano del Parco (2007), the headquarters for Glas Italia (2010) and Matteograssi (2011) near Milan, and an eight-storey edifice for Benetton in Istanbul (2009). Lissoni also renovated the historic Teatro Nazionale in Milan (2009) for the Dutch group Stage Entertainment, the theatre now exclusively dedicated to musicals. Piero Lissoni designed the interiors of the 27m sailing yacht Ghost (2005) for a New York art dealer and the 50m motor yacht Trib├╣ for Luciano Benetton (2007).
Piero Lissoni participated in the 13th Venice Biennale Architettura 2012 at the Italian Pavilion in Architetture del Made in Italy and at the Palazzo Bembo in the exhibition Traces of Centuries & Future Steps.