"The ideal design is the result of a new concept. It is functional, attentive to detail, becomes timeless and has harmonious forms."
Dante Bonuccelli was born in 1956 in Buenos Aires. He worked as a design consultant for Dada and Unifor. Perhaps because of his Argentine background, or because there he started in building design, Dante Bonuccelli does not display any diva behaviour, but instead has a concrete and precise way of bringing architecture to design with great attention to research and testing of new concepts. He is always looking towards a broader horizon than the Po valley, where he comes from. Technology and daily living are brought together in his projects, such as the Tivalì and Trim kitchens he designed for Dada.
Dante Bonuccelli graduated in architecture in Buenos Aires in 1979. His training started in Argentina passing through Italy where in 1984 he established Avenue Architects an architecture and design studio in Milan. He worked for complex clients such as IBM, Hoechst, Johnson Controls, Eni, Ansaldo, Infostrada, Philips, Vodafone and Bocconi University. Working for the Foster & Partners studio, he designed the furniture of Albion Wharf Riverside in London. His projects have been featured in more than 50 publications and exhibited in several international exhibitions.