Luca Erba is an architect and designer from Italy who was born in 1984.
He graduated from the Polytechnic University of Milan with a degree in architecture and opened his studio in 2010.
He creates projects spanning architecture to decor, interior design, and bespoke collections using thorough territorial, material, and formal research as the cornerstones of his creative process.
His ultimate goal is to make products that will last a lifetime, blending current taste with great respect for the past.
His approach to project quality embraces the relationship between tradition, materials, industrial design, natural shapes, and fine artisanship.
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