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Duccio Grassi

Just after graduation, at the beginning of the 80s, Duccio Grassi begins his collaboration with the Max Mara Fashion Group by designing the Max Mara boutiques in Reggio Emilia, which immediately becomes a landmark in the field of retail design. Within a short time this collaboration develops widely extending to the design of shops, show-rooms and offices of different brands of the Group: Max Mara, Marina Rinaldi, Max&CO, Penny Black, Iblues.
DG designs for MMFG a great number of boutiques and buildings positioned in the most exclusive locations and streets of capital cities worldwide: London (Old Bond Street), Paris (rue St. Honoré), Rome (via Condotti), Madrid (Calle Serrano), Moscow (Gum Dept. Stores), Tokyo (Omotesando) and so on.

In 2002 DG starts his collaboration with CANALI S.p.a. creating a new concept design for menwear stores. Canali boutiques in Miami. St. Petersburg, Paris and Milan have opened recently.

In Kuwait he has recently realized the headquarter of the Group Al Yasra Food Co. and it’s now realizing a commercial building center with 5 floors for the Al Hamra Real Estate Co. In Dubai he has realized the enlargement of the commercial building center Wafi City.As far as the industrial design he has taken part with his work to the Salone del Mobile in Milano of the year 2006, 2007 and 2008 with products designed for EmmeBi and for Minotti Cucine. Duccio Grassi has received awards for his works in Paris, New York, Los Angeles and among these the project of the Max Mara boutique in Madison Av, NY, wins the prize as "Best building of the year" awarded by the commission 'Friends of the Upper East Side Historic Distric', chaired by architect Pei. Besides the brands mentioned above, DG has recently designed a 10-floor building in Ginza-Tokyo, a building in Nagoya, coffee shops, restaurants and jewelries in Nagoya and Tokyo. Duccio Grassi s team is composed by many collaborators coming from different parts of the world.

Web-Site from Designer: http://www.ducciograssiarchitects.com/

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