The distinguished Italian architect designs for Parador.
A re-interpretation of engineered wood in light, birch-like colouring with expressive, graphic elegance.
Diagonal lines change their angle of slope, thus deliberately disrupting the initial optical impression of an industrial floor.
The Italian Piero Lissoni was born in 1956 and studied architecture in Milan before founding an interdisciplinary studio for architecture and design with Nicoletta Canesi in 1986. Lissoni gained his reputation with various projects for renowned clients like Boffi and Benetton. Lissoni’s works include exhibitions, showrooms and pieces of furniture above all. Lightness, clear lines and perfect proportions characterize Lissoni‘s works, which have made him into one of the most significant interior designers and architects of recent decades.
Piero Lissoni website
Best of Best Award, International Cologne Fair („Hub“ für Glas Italia)
New Designer of the Year, World Superyachts Award („Interiors of Ghost Sailing Yacht“)
Elle Deco International Design Award („Table System“ for Boffi)
red dot Award („Pop Cotton Armchair“ for Kartell)