Marco Della Torre

Marco Della Torre (1962) is a graduate of the Polytechnic University of Milan. He moved to California to work for Fernau & Hartmann and then for Stanley Saitowitz. He has been working out of Milan since 1997. His work includes layouts and designs for art galleries, foundations and museums of contemporary art at international level, such as Fondazione Prada-Milan, KUB Kunstmuseum-Bregenz, Deitch Projects Gallery-New York, Museum of Contemporary Art- Castello di Rivoli-Torino, Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo, Biennale Arte-Venice, Fundació Joan Miró-Barcelona. His designs and works have been commissioned by internationally famous artists and he has collaborated with important curators such as Germano Celant, Ida Gianelli, and Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev. Since 2001, he has been teaching at the New Academy of Fine Arts, Milan, the Faculty of Art and Design at the IUAV University, Venice and the IULM University of Milan. In January 2008, the monograph “Marco Della Torre – Design for Art/Il Progetto per l’Arte” was presented at the Triennale, Milan. The volume brings together ten years of designs and creations covering dialogues with different languages, mediation between art and engineering, and a “gentle” use of technology, plus attention to detail. For TVS, Della Torre has designed the Natura line, featuring a clean-cut, elegant and professional style, made with completely recyclable material and therefore, helping to safeguard the environment, like the gadgets accompanying the single items: aluminium, steel, wood, cotton, recycled paper and water-based inks.