Milano, 1954

After graduating in architecture in Milan in 1979, Dordoni becomes the artistic director of Cappellini. He collaborates there for ten years, designing highly successful pieces such as the Cubasofa.





Olivari Total door handle designed by Rodolfo Dordoni


— Buds lampada, Foscarini 2016 (courtesy Foscarini)
— Rodolfo Dordoni

He has been in charge of entire collections for Artemide, Fontana Arte, and Foscarini. Since 1998 he has been coordinating and designing Minotti’s products, and Roda’s since 2006.
While working as art director, he has also designed chairs, upholstered furniture, bookcases, and lamps for Driade, Emu, Flos, Flou, Molteni, Moroso, Serralunga, and Venini.

— Chelsea sedia, Molteni 2014 (courtesy Molteni)

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— Rodolfo Dordoni, Salone del Mobile 2014

The Dordoni Architetti Studio is founded in Milan in 2005 and also develops projects for installations, interiors, and architecture along with its design.

— Look armadio, Molteni 2007
— Lawrence divano, Minotti 2017 (courtesy Minotti)