Designer, architect and interior designer, Monica Armani (1964-) breathes the atmosphere of great architecture right from the cradle. She is in fact the daughter of Marcello Armani from Trentino, a prominent name in Italian Rationalism, and it was in her father's studio that she took the first steps of her career. Instead, her first important project takes place in Milan, once again in collaboration with a "sacred monster" of architecture: in fact, she collaborates with the French Jean Nouvel for the renovation of the Excelsior cinema. She then also began to deal with design, where her clean and contemporary style led her to obtain numerous awards such as the Elle Decor International Design Award 20'22 for the "Furniture" category. Among his most fruitful collaborations is the one with the Belgian company Tribù, which he accompanies with its products in international growth until it becomes one of the main international players in the outdoor furniture sector, alongside those with important brands such as B&B Italia, Boffi, Turri, Varaschin, Luceplan, Gallotti&Radice, Moroso and many others.