Marco Ferreri was born on February 26, 1958 in Imperia. He graduated in architecture in 1981 at the Politecnico Milano, in the city where he still lives and works.
He worked with Marco Zanuso, Angelo Mangiarotti and Bruno Munari.
In 2010, the Triennale Milano dedicated an anthological exhibition to his work entitled: “Marco Ferreri Progettare pensieri”. His objects are collected in important design collections such as the "Permanent Design Collection" of the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the permanent design collection of the Israel Museum in Jerusalem, the Collection of the National Contemporary Art Fund in Paris and in important private collections.
In 2020 the ADI Association of Italian Design awarded him the Compasso dʼOro for his career.
His works have been exhibited at the 9th Biennale Architettura in Venice, the 1st International Architecture Biennale in Beijing in China and the "GwangJu Design Biennale" in Korea.
He has held and holds lectures and courses in the most important schools and universities of design and architecture in Italy and abroad.
Photo 1_Marco Ferreri with Holy
Photo 2_"The founders", sound sculptures with Davide Mosconi Fiumana d'Arte Castel di Tusa
Photo 3_"Let's straighten the country", Factory Gallery Livorno 2001
Photo 4_"Pure light", Basilica of San Lorenzo Maggiore, Milan 2005
Photo 5_"Going to see being seen", Jaqueline Vovoz and Bruno Danese Foundation Milan 2004
Photo 6_"Aone-piecehouse", interior, Dinitech Pisa, Triennale Milano 2010