Francesco Murano is an architect and professor at the Design School and member of the “Light and Color” laboratory of the Milan Polytechnic. He obtained a master at the Domus Academy and a PhD in Industrial Design with a degree thesis entitled “The shapes of light”.
He carried out academic, scientific, research programs and design activity for important Italian and foreign industries focusing on lighting design and illuminating many of the most important art exhibitions in Italy and abroad.
“The year at Domus Academy represented for me most important period of my professional life, I have known masters as Clino Trini Castelli, Sottsass, Branzi, Mendini, Bonetto and Pierre Restany.”
“The Master’s programme with Clino Trini Castelli and Antonio Petrillo introduced me to the fantastic world of lighting design, a world in which I wonderfully live.”
Morgane Roux and her Hitchcock-inspired interiors
Domus Academy former student presented her latest design objects set.
Noel Braganza won the Red Dot Award
Domus Academy is delighted to announce that its former student Noel Braganza won the prestigious Red Dot Award.
Connecting the Dots webinar | 23rd July
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Connecting the Dots: a journey in the Beauty industry | 7th July
Connecting the dots: discover the success stories of our alumni working in the beauty industry in an interview by Marie Pierre Schickel.