Studio Cerri & Associati
In 1998 Pierluigi Cerri and Alessandro Colombo set up Studio Cerri & partners. Their main business is architectural- and industrial planning, exhibit, graphic and interior design as well as naval planning.
The Studio designed the restoration of Palazzo Marino of La Scala Opera House, the new headquarters of E. Biscom, the new Pavilion of Bologna Fair, the restoration of Palazzo Rosso in Genoa, the boutiques of Valextra in Milan, Tokyo and Los Angeles, the Fondation of Arnaldo Pomodoro and the headquarters of Triennale Bovisa in Milan and they are part of the winning group of architectural restoration and enhancement project of Villa Reale of Monza. The Studio designed the corporate identity for Prada America’s Cup, for Genova 04, European Cultural Capital and for the MART, Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Trento and Rovereto. They also look after the images for Guzzini, City Life, Unifor, Valextra, La Triennale of Milan. Several are their exhibitions in the most important museums in Europe, Japan and the United States of America.