The work of designer Duccio Maria Gambi is as heterogeneous as the broad path he has walked throughout his career. After living and working in Paris, he decided to return to his hometown, Florence, to start a new chapter with the B9 project.
Thanks to his wide-ranging experiences in design studios and artisan workshops, he has gained experience and awareness of the constraints and potential of industrial and artisan production, and of the materials and various creative and design processes. This allows his work to range from art to furniture production. With lucidity and a calm determination, he has spent years perfecting a style made up of simple lines and materials with an important specific weight, in parallel with research that spans from the Radicals of the Seventies to the Atelier Van Lieshout of the present day.
His work in stone and plastic laminate won the CEdit award at MiArt 2017 and is now part of the permanent collection of the Triennale Design Museum in Milan.