Enrico Azzimonti, 1966, studied at the Polytechnic University of Milan where he graduated in architecture in 1993 and studied for a Master’s degree in Design & Management. He set up his own design firm in 1994, working on architectural and industrial design projects. In 1998 he began working with Catalan designer, Jordi Pigem, who he met at a summer session held by Hella Jongerius at the Domus Academy, Milan. His works have been noted in international competitions and exhibitions (Young and Design, Folding chair competition; JVC New Generation Camera; Safety Frame Dainese; Surviving Fuorisalone; Food design Guzzini; Opos, 100% Design; Salone Satellite, Milan; Biennale Internationale Design Saint-Étienne; Salone Nude, Valencia; The New Italian Design at the Triennale, Milan; Ceramic Tiles of Italy Milan-Bologna) and have been selected for three editions of the International Design Yearbook and ADI Design Index 2007. Some of his works are part of the permanent collection of the Museu de les Arts Decoratives, Barcelona. He has taught workshops in several Italian workshops, including IUAV in Venice, IUAV in San Marino, the University of Rome La Sapienza, and the Istituto Marangoni, Milan. He has been teaching at the European Design Institute in Milan since 2006, working with his students on design experiments with GreenCross and companies that include Campingaz, Coleman, Tecnoargilla, and TVS. His clients include: BLM Group, Zava, Lavazza, Fratelli Guzzini, Coop, Jvc, Diamantini&Domeniconi, Bilumen, Risolì, and Demolli.
He designed Pangrill and Chous for TVS.