Born in Seregno in 1977, Brian Sironi graduated in Industrial Design at the Politecnico di Milano and then began collaborating with architects, designers and craftsmen professionals in the field of design, developing his training both craftsmanship and academic, still being linked to its territory (Brianza). In 2007, he continued his training in the United States and once he returned to Italy in 2009, he opened his Studio Brian Sironi. In his work, he focuses on the innovation of everyday objects, reconciling the link with tradition and the addition of something extraordinary and unexpected in every object. He collaborates with important Italian and foreign companies such as Martinelli Luce, Antonio Lupi, Ichendorf, Officinanove, Bitossi and many others.
In 2010 he was selected for the exhibition "The New Italian Design Reloaded" at the museum of the Triennale di Milano, now traveling in different cities of the world and also receives prestigious awards such as IF Gold Award (2010), Good Design Award (2011 and 2012), Red Dot Design Award (2011). In 2011 he also won the Compasso d'Oro ADI thanks to his lamp Elica designed for Martinelli Luce.