Tobia Zambotti (1990 - Italy) is Founder & Design Director of Atelier Tobia Zambotti.
After his B.A in Architecture at IUAV (Venice) and M.A in Interior Design at Politecnico di Milano (Milan), Tobia moved to Shanghai to work with Alberto Caiola Studio, an award winning firm specialized in interiors.
At the beginning of 2019 Tobia decided to leave the chaotic and polluted Chinese city for an opposite lifestyle in Reykjavik where he founded Atelier Tobia Zambotti, a multidisciplinary design studio with a focus on avant-garde interiors and sustainable products.
Tobia works with an international group of young and talented collaborators including artisans, cabinet makers, engineers, architects and photographers.
Recent works include 'Perlan Ice cream parlour' - an immersive abstract ice cave located in the biggest museum in Iceland, 'The Fan Chair' - a chair collection that gives a new life to discarded stadium seats and 'Couch-19' - an iceberg-inspired modular pouf stuffed with disposable masks collected from the streets.