Federico Delrosso

    Founder, Delrosso Architects

    Former F3 race-car driver and Italian modernist architect Federico Delrosso entered the New York scene in 2011 with his award-winning design of CaféB and SkyB Lounge for the restaurant brand Bice, featured on the cover of the September 2011 issue of Interior Design Magazine. Highly regarded and in demand since opening his namesake firm Federico Delrosso Architects in 1996 in Milan, and an office point in NYC.

    After his five-time recipient of Interior Design Magazine’s Best of Year Honors, Federico was Invited to join the efforts of the International Interior Design Association of Chicago (IIDA) in 2014 as a member of the Presidential Committee, he led the IIDA’s first round table in Milan - sparking a conversation with global Italian business and design leaders on shaping the future of interior design. In the United States, Federico appeared in an episode of the HGTV Show ‘You Live in What’ and created an installation at the 2013 DIFFA Dining by Design Event in New York City. Globally, he is a frequent judge for design competitions including APIDA (Asia Pacific Interior Design Awards) in Hong Kong, Ukraine and the Eurasian prize in Russia.

    Federico’s talent for uncovering the special alchemy and emotion of built spaces has gained major buzz worldwide, and his design trajectory has included the private home of Alessandro Sartori, LVMH’S artistic director for Berluti in Paris, as well as exclusive residences in Monte Carlo and the interiors of luxury yachts. Plus his long list on international award-winning projects includes the interior design of Notime restaurant in Monte Carlo and the private Twin Loft luxury residences in Milan.