Perhaps it's his Argentinian background, perhaps it\'s because he started out there, designing buildings, but Dante Bonuccelli is not an Italian architect.
No vices, no diva-style behaviour. A concrete, precise way of bringing architecture to design. With great attention to research and experimentation in new concepts, looking towards a horizon wider than our plains. A training which comes from the Argentina of vast spaces, passes through Italy and arrives at Avenue Architects, the architecture and design studio he opened in Milan.
He works for complicated clients, like IBM, Hoescht, Johnson Controls, Eni, Ansaldo, Infostrada, Philips, Vodafone and the Bocconi University. He is design consultant for Dada and Unifor. He created the furnishings for the Albion Wharf Riverside in London on behalf of Foster & Partners.
Technology and the everyday cohabit in his designs, as in his kitchens Tivalì and Trim, designed for Dada.