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Architect and designer he graduated in '91 in Florence, where he resides. In the 90's he collaborated with architect Claudio Nardi's studio designing for private residence, public spaces and boutiques including leading italian designers like Dolce & Gabbana, G. Ferrè e Valentino. Since '98 he is a freelance designer of furniture, furnishing complements, exhibition space and company image communication.

His client list includes TMA, Lapalma, R. F. Yamakawa and True Design. For Clerprem, he worked as art director overseeing the design of seats and components for trains. After completing his thesis, he was teaching assistant of Prof. Robert Segoni in the course of "Industrial Design" before becoming a teacher himself lecturing for the Bachelor of Fashion Design in Florence until '09. The subjects he taught included "Furniture design Product" and "Theory and History of Industrial Design". He currently teaches Furniture Design at the Florence Institute of Design International.

True Design products

Dna

Inspired by the dynamic forms of biogenetics, the DNA modular bench consists of a single element of curved wood plywood, assembled specularly.

Dna

Aladdin

Aladdin is the comfortable seating system designed by Leonardo Rossano for True Design.

Aladdin

Marina Out

The Marina family of chairs is now enriched with the new outdoor version.
A new chair that takes up the light and contemporary line of the indoor collection, but now defined by a steel structure in two different versions, with wire mesh or rods.
Compact, light and stackable, available in different colors, it gives a contemporary and functional touch to outdoor spaces.

Marina Out

Ermete

The table design allows an expansive solution ranging from small tables to large meeting tables.

Ermete

Dna Out

DNA Out: the all-steel version of the bench that has become an iconic piece of the True collection.

Dna Out

Neo

Neo, the outdoor table system designed by Leonardo Rossano and Debora Mansur, is inspired by the linear geometries of the abstract art.

Neo

Kay

The swivel chair Kay, designed by Leonardo Rossano for True Design, comes from the combination of two simple elements of bent plywood. The seat wraps the armrests giving the illusion of the soft padding structural function.

Kay

Marina

The design of Marina is characterized by linear and dynamic geometries.

Marina

Tizio e Caio

'Tizio e Caio' is a multi-functional side table comprised of two separate elements. Caio is the upper part built in plywood that can be used as a tray or an independent support.

Tizio e Caio