Marc Krusin graduated in the UK, and after placements with Fred Scott and George Sowden, he began his career in Milan collaborating with various studios. These include Piero Lissoni’s office, where he became design manager and associate, running projects for clients of international reputation. In 1998 he co-founded the Milan based group Codice 31, which in successive years gained increasing importance in the design world. In 1999 Marc began designing products and furniture for industrial production while also working on projects of a more experimental nature such as those for Opos in Milan and Stylepark in Germany. Since 2004 he has collaborated with Omnidecor initially designing patterns for their float glass collections and later re-designing the company’s exhibition stands and interior spaces. In 2007 Marc presented together with Piero Lissoni, the office furniture system WA for Knoll, a collaboration which also led to the designing of their new offices and showroom in London in 2009, and the Krusin side chair and table collection in 2011. In addition to designing, Marc has taught and lectured in several universities in Europe and Australia. Now with offices in Milan and London, Marc has continued to design furniture, products, exhibitions and interior spaces for clients such as Viccarbe, Andreu World, Gandiablasco, Merten, Glas Italia, Busso, Knoll and Omnidecor.