AMDL CIRCLE
AMDL CIRCLE

AMDL CIRCLE

AMDL CIRCLE is a creative multidisciplinary studio renowned for its humanistic architecture and design. It is founded by Michele De Lucchi, one of Italy’s leading Artists and Architects. A prominent figure in movements like Alchimia and Memphis, Michele De Lucchi has designed iconic buildings and products for the most renowned European companies: his design for Artemide's Tolomeo is the most popular designer lamp in the world. Built on a foundation of 37 years of pioneering projects, the Studio has signed iconic buildings such as the IBM Pavilion in Milan, the Zero Pavilion in Milan Expo 2015, the Court of Justice and The Bridge of Peace in Tbilisi, Georgia. AMDL CIRCLE designed for the luxury hospitality sector in China, Georgia and Japan, and for museums such as Triennale Milano, Fondazione Cini in Venice, the Neues Museum in Berlin and Palazzo delle Esposizioni in Rome. The Studio expertise ranges from spaces to interiors, from product design and graphic to research and art. The Studio is headquartered in Milan, in an Art Nouveau building converted in 2006 into a creative workshop. AMDL CIRCLE is guided by Michele De Lucchi, Studio Director Angelo Micheli and International Business Director Davide Angeli. The Circle enriches its design work with the contribution of experts in humanistic and scientific disciplines, as an integrated aspect of its practice.