Nicoletta Rossi and Guido Bianchi


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Guido bianchi

Born in Florence in 1970. Degree in Architecture at the University of Florence in 1997.

Scholarship in Toronto and Erasmus in Strasbourg.
Guido worked as an architect in Sao Paulo, Brazil, with M. Muñoz Arquitectura and in London, UK, with the Popular Architecture Office. He started working as lighting designer in 1999 at Targetti Sankey Spa in Florence, where he followed product design and supervised prestigious architectural installation.
In the year 2000 Guido worked in Rome as independent lighting consultant for temporary exhibition and scenography. From 2001 to 2005 he worked with arch. Piero Castiglioni in Milan on many projects and lighting fixture development. From 2004 to 2006 he became a member of Lighting Design Partnership International where he followed various lighting projects in China and the Middle East.

In the beginning of 2006 he co-founded Rossi Bianchi lighting design with Nicoletta Rossi.

Until now his activity has been fully dedicated to the practice.

Member of APIL (Italian Professional Lighting Designers Association).

Nicoletta rossi

Born in Milan in 1961. Degree in Architecture at the Politecnico of Milan in 1988.

From 1989 to 2005 Nicoletta worked on many project in Italy and abroad with arch. Piero Castiglioni. Since 1999 she has been a Teaching Professor as several prestigious institutions and Masters degree programs at the Politecnico of Milan, Accademia delle Belle Arti di Brera, Milan, Istituto Superiore di Architettura e Design, Milan, and the University of Rome. In 2003 she joined the scientific staff for the lighting magazine “Luce&Design” and co-authored of the “Lighting Manual” published by Tecniche Nuove. In the beginning of 2006 she co-founded Rossi Bianchi lighting design with Guido Bianchi.

She continues to follow both her academic pursuits as well as the practice.

Member of APIL (Italian Professional Lighting Designers Association).