Massimo Castagna (born in 1957) graduated from the Milan Polytechnic in 1984 and founded the AD architettura studio in 1986. He designs residential buildings, hotels and projects like the Everest-K2-CNR scientific committee “Pyramid” laboratory for the National Research Council, installed in Nepal in 1991 at an altitude of 5050 m and still operational today. The project was selected for the XVIII Milan Triennial. Since 1991, he has broadened his range of action in the furniture sector with consultancies in product development, art direction and office and showroom design for Italian and international brands like Acerbis International, Ceccotti Collezioni, Exteta, Flou, Gallotti & Radice, Henge, Minotti, Roda and Rossana.

Dining Chairs




Accessories & Screens


Storage & Wall Systems


Wall & Ceiling Lights