Architectural studio founded in Milan by Rodolfo Dordoni (1954), Luca Zaniboni (1971) and Alessandro Acerbi (1968 - 2007), is nowadays composed of a team of about twenty architects and designers.
The Studio, located in the centre of Milan in a converted rice warehouse, deals with architectural planning and interior design.
A particular focus is dedicated to the residential design which led, over the years, to the realization of many private houses and villas; amongst the main and most recent realized ones, noteworthy those in Milano, Forte dei Marmi, Noto (Sicily), Courmayeur, Crans Montana, Cap Martin and Moscow.
Dordoni Architetti, along with the residential design, develops projects in the commercial, exhibition, hotel and nautical areas too. Recently presented to the last Nautical Show in Genova (I) the realization of the new yacht interior design SL 100 New for Sanlorenzo shipyards.
Besides cooperating with many prominent firms, for which the Studio elaborates various retail projects developing the concept for shops, boutiques and department stores, some of the main carried out works for the commercial design area are, at present, the Japanese restaurant “ZERO Contemporary Food” (Milano), the menswear 2nd floor at La Rinascente Duomo Milano and the reconversion and transformation of the Ex-General Electric’s industrial area into lofts and showrooms (Milano). Recently inaugurated in Beijing the new Flos showroom.
Dordoni Architetti also plans exhibit stands and fair fittings-out for many important sector fairs such as “BaselWorld – The World Watch and Jewellery Show” in Basel and the international furniture show “Salone del mobile di Milano”.
Amongst the projects in progress, a new multipurpose building for offices and showrooms in Milano, the interior design of a private villa in Sardinia (I) and another one in Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), the concept for the interior design of three residential towers in Malta, the restoration of a historical building in Zuoz (Engadina, Swiss), a new villa in Celerina (St. Moritz, Swiss) and another one in Colico (Lake of Como, Italy), the new Minotti’s showroom in New York and the design of a concept for a new Ferrari resort hotel in Dubai.