Massimo Castagna

Born on 13 November 1957, Massimo Castagna graduated in architecture in 1984 from Milan Politecnico; he started his professional life in 1986, founding the studio AD architettura. He has gained considerable professional experience in the field of architecture, residential and commercial buildings, upgrading and conservative restoration, hotels, interior design, art direction and design in the furnishing sector, consultancy, projects and the design supervision of furnishing points-of-purchase. One of his major creations has been the �Piramide� laboratory the Everest-K2-CNR scientific committee for the Italian National Research Council, which was built in Nepal beginning in 1991 at an altitude of 5050 metres, to be used as a high-altitude research laboratory, a project selected for the 18th Milan Triennale.

Design: Ceccotti Collezioni, Minotti armchairs and sofas, Acerbis International, Rossana RB, Henge.
Design supervision : Rossana RB, Roda Interior Garden Design, Ceccotti Collezioni, Henge. For these companies he has organised: philosophy, identity, product selection, briefings on products and co-ordinating designers. Recently he designed the Connection table for Gallotti & Radice.

Gallotti & Radice designs by Massimo Castagna: Connection

Source: Gallotti & Radice