Marc Krusin (1973-) is a British designer active mainly in Italy. After graduating from the University of Leeds and gaining experience working for a great name in English design such as George Sowden, he moved to Milan, where he worked for many years for Piero Lissoni's studio, becoming a sort of "right arm" and holding the role of Design Manager. Since 1998 he has also been a member of the Code 31 collective of designers, which soon allowed him to show off at the Salone Satellite as one of the most interesting young talents in the sector. Thanks to the experience and credibility gained by working alongside Lissoni, he has the opportunity to establish himself as a designer and work for some important international brands such as Knoll, which has dedicated an entire collection to him, or Desalto, for which he has signed his most iconic piece. and recognize them, the famous Clay table. He has also designed products for companies such as Viccarbe, Glas Italia and Punt.