Davide Angeli was born in Imola, Italy, in 1982. Graduated from IED in Milan, Davide began his career in 2004 alongside Michele De Lucchi, collaborating on his research and sculpture works. He then joined Michele De Lucchi’s AMDL CIRCLE where today he is Deputy Studio Director, Head of International Business.
He designed Interiors and installations for Poltrona Frau, Moschino, Kempinski, Artemide, Ferrari, Fiat, Azimut Yachts, Lavazza, etc. Products for Molteni, Guzzini, Produzione Privata, Unifor, Riva, Maruni, Enel, etc. Museum exhibitions for Triennale Milano, Scuderie del Quirinale, Reggia di Venaria, Cini Foundation, and Caixaforum. Graphics and brand image for Intesa Sanpaolo, Banca Popolare Italiana, Zambon, etc.
Winner of the “Top Young Italian Industrial Designer Award” promoted by the Italian Cultural Institute of New York, he has taught furniture design at the Istituto Europeo di Design in Milan since 2008. In 2019 he Co-founded Irving Place, a Millennial’s inspired interior design manufacturer firm.
AMDL Circle designs spaces and objects, large and small, driven by humanist principles.
AMDL CIRCLE is a creative multidisciplinary studio renowned for its humanistic architecture and design.
It is led by Michele De Lucchi, one of Italy’s leading architects and designers.
Headquartered in Milan, Italy, the Studio is built on 40 years of pioneering work on iconic projects including the Unicredit Pavilion in Italy, the Bridge of Peace in Tbilisi, and Artemide’s Tolomeo, the world’s most popular designer lamp.
Viewed from a humanistic perspective, the quality of life, both physical and intellectual, is not a consequence of architecture but is at the very foundation of design. This philosophy enables AMDL Circle both to exceed client expectations and to fulfill its responsibilities as architects and designers towards society as a whole.
The Circle enriches its design work with the contribution of experts in humanistic and scientific disciplines, thinkers, friends, and peers, as an integrated aspect of its practice.