Born in Bologna, Italy, Luca Casini graduated in Architecture in 1996. In 1997 he opened his studio in Milan with a variety of projects ranging from perfume packaging, office products, tableware and home accessories. During this period he furthered his initial research into primary shapes, designing a series of lighting projects for Dupont De Nemours which was exhibited at the Palazzo dell'Arengario with the patronage of the Comune di Milano, and furniture for private collections. Casini collaborated with Ritzenhoff AG, Atoma, Unilever, Newell, and with C. Monti for Technogym, and patented the first plastic spherical bottle for sparkling beverages which was recently produced by a worldwide renowned brand. In 1998 he founded the CASINI & PRINGIERS Associates industrial design studio with Jacob Pringiers working with this parallel structure till 2003, Casini has developed projects for fashion accessories, tableware, healthcare, ceramic and glass products, boats and electronics while working for leading Companies in Europe, and in the United States. In 2000 he began teaching at Milan's Polytechnic University for industrial design.