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Michele De Lucchi was born in 1951 in Ferrara, Italy. He graduated in architecture in Florence.  During the period of radical and experimental architecture, he was a relevant figure in movements like Alchymia, Cavart and Memphis.

De Lucchi realized furniture for the most important Italian and European companies as Artemide, Olivetti, Alias, Hermès and Alessi. 

From 1992 and 2002, Michele was the Director of Design for Olivetti and he designed experimental projects for Compaq Computers, Philips and Siemens.

As architect, De Lucchi created corporate identity spaces for Deutsche Bank, Poste Italiane, Enel, Olivetti and Telecom Italia, for example. 

He was in charge of designing exhibitional spaces for events in museums as Triennale of Milan, Palazzo delle Esposizioni in Rome and Neues Museum in Berlin.

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