Maurizio Di Marzio
ITALIANO

Maurizio Di Marzio, classe 1958, studia a Milano presso l’Istituto Europeo di Design e inizia l’attività libero professionale nel 1985 operando nei settori dell’arredamento per l’ufficio, per la casa e nell’allestimento degli interni per aerei di linea.

In quegli anni sono molto importanti le frequentazioni di affermati studi fotografici, nonché le esperienze imprenditoriali che lo porteranno a disegnare e produrre la linea “ombra”.
Faranno seguito un numero importante di sedie per ufficio direzionali ed operative disegnate per aziende italiane e straniere.

Nel 1990 nasce la T.C.S. design s.a.s. e con essa vengono ad integrarsi oltre ai servizi di comunicazione, quelli relativi allo sviluppo, alla prototipazione e alla industrializzazione del prodotto a completamento di una politica tesa a fornire un supporto completo alla media e grande impresa.

La T.C.S. design opera anche nel settore trasporti con lo sviluppo e la realizzazione di mock-up in scala reale di treni, tram e successivamente, nella progettazione di prodotti destinati all’arredo urbano.

Nel corso di quegli anni le conoscenze acquisite in ambito ergonometrico portano M. Di Marzio a progettare mobili per ufficio sia di tipo direzionale che operativo, ottenendo importanti successi sia in campo nazionale che internazionale.

Parallelamente sviluppa idee e prodotti per l’archiviazione ed il trasporto di supporti informatici, oltre a disegnare complementi d’arredo e produrre espositori per la gioielleria.

La varietà delle esperienze e la diversità dei mercati hanno contribuito all’evoluzione del metodo di ricerca di M. Di Marzio, consentendogli oggi di progettare le più svariate tipologie di prodotto, ed individuarne le interpretazioni funzionali ed estetiche più innovative.

 

ENGLISH

Maurizio di Marzio, born in 1958, studied in Milan at the Istituto Europeo di Design and started to work as a freelance consultant in 1984.
He has worked in the domestic and office furniture sectors, in addition to designing airline interiors.
During this period, regular contact with prominent photographic studios and his business experiences were very important, leading him to design and produce the "Ombra" office chair.
Subsequently, a large number of  operator and executive office chairs were produced, designed for Italian and foreign companies.

In 1990, TCS design was born to offer real solutions for the needs of many industries.
TCS Design, under the control of Di Marzio Design, becomes an important point of reference for many companies, for its ability to oversee the product in all its phases, from idea to production, taking care of its development, prototyping and manufacture.
TCS Design also works in the transport sector, developing and producing real scale mock-ups of trains and trams and, more recently, also street furniture products.
Experience gained in the transport sector has enriched Di Marzio Design's knowledge base, both from the point of view of design methodology and with regard to the characteristics of the materials and their transformation technologies.
Together with TCS design, Di Marzio has also subsequently worked in the executive and operator office furniture sector, achieving success in national and international fields.

With all products designed by Di Marzio Design, ergonomic parameters are given equal consideration to other more traditional industrial/commercial factors, when looking at the principles of "form & function / function & form". Highly innovative solutions have been developed to handle the ergonomic requirements for complex products that are subject to safety regulations.

Underpinning Di Marzio Design's continuing development is the spirit of research and observation of socio-cultural phenomena that are largely produced by the establishment of new technologies aimed at satisfying market requirements, whether real or induced.

Di Marzio Design looks for those elements that are useful for the development and differentiation of the new product, by analysing socio-cultural phenomena and their evolution in the arena of market globalization.

Today, more than ever before, it is necessary to pursue a sober and comprehensible design language, so that the product can be offered to the greatest number of markets.
Di Marzio Design helps industries to build their own language and to use it to communicate their own identity.

Di Marzio Design has worked in many sectors, acquiring specific technological knowledge from each of them. Industries who turn to their professionalism can therefore benefit from technical information from sectors that seem far removed from their own.

Over the course of the years, Di Marzio Design has gained a project methodology that today allows them to develop products for very different types of goods and markets, and to identify the most innovative functional and aesthetic interpretations.