Born in Milano, graduated in architecture at the Polytechnic of Milano, Guglielmo Berchicci opened his studio in the '90 in a old refurbished warehouse in zona Tortona, the renowned city area of design, photography, fashion studios and exhibits events.
Start at the beginning with architectural renovations and self-produced art-design objects, on show in Dilmos, the first and historic art-design gallery in Milano, to arrive then to create successful icons of the Italian design, as the ETA lamp for Kundalini, architecture project and interiors for famous fashion firms, as the six floors Palace for Vivienne Westwood in Milano, luxury villas and penthouse in Russia, renovation and interior design of hotels, as the recent Villa Kadashi boutique hotel in the heart of Moscow, project of hotel resorts and villas in Seychelles, masterplan and architettural concept of residential complexes and many others.
The design products by Guglielmo Berchicci are selling now and for more than twenty years all ower the world, some of them are part of the design permanent collections of the MoMA New York and of the Triennale Design Museum of Milano and have been exhibited in the major art and design museum of the planet. They have been published in the main books of design and have appeared in the interiors of many famous movies, television shows and commercials, in addition to publications on leading magazines such as Interni, Abitare, Domus, AD, Elle Decor, Ddn, Vogue and many others.
Guglielmo Berchicci is also consultant for start-up, concept creation and design management of new furniture design company, from the brand naming to the art direction, as for example the renowned Italian design company Slide, which in a few years has become a protagonist of the international design scene.
He has been teaching industrial and lighting design at the IED Istituto Europeo di Design of Milano and the Nuova Accademia di Brera of Milano.
He currently lives between Milan and Palma de Mallorca, where he plans to develop eco-sustainable architecture projects and promote design workshops with the artisan companies of the island and the Italian design world.