Luigi Baroli


Born in Corbetta (Milan) in 1951. After graduating in Architecture at the Politecnico of Milan, he devoted himself mainly to furniture, industrial design and jewellery design.

His “Cartoons” screen for Baleri Italia was awarded the Compasso d’Oro prize in 1994 and has entered the permanent collection of MOMA (New York) since 1996. He designed lighting, furniture, handles, and lamps for Baleri Italia, Kleis and Gloria Illuminazione. All these objects share a careful technological research and a good and consistent image. In 2004, together with Enrico Baleri and Marilisa Baleri Decimo, he set up the eb&c Research Center, which deals with architecture, furniture, window dressing, communication and jewellery design, and which also supervises the special jewellery line MCMC, in honour of the myth of Maria Callas.

In 2001 he designed for San Lorenzo the “SE.SA.MO” moneybox.