Born in Malta in 1966, Gordon Guillaumier studied in Switzerland and England. He graduated in industrial design at the IED in Milan in 1991 and the following year he obtained a master's degree in industrial design at the Domus Academy in Milan. Gordon started his career collaborating with Rodolfo Dordoni’s Studio, where he worked on design projects with companies such as Foscarini, Artemide and FontanaArte. Later, he collaborated with Driade alongside Enrico Astori for the development of the Atlantide / Dhouse project. In 2002 he founded his own Design Studio in Milan, focussed on design consulting, product and interior design. His first commissions started with Dornbracht Interiors, Fiam, Rational and art direction for Pamar and designed his first products for Bosa ceramiche, Foscarini and FontanaArte for the Schopenhauer collection. Currently he is art director for Desalto, Ceramiche Piemme and Roda (together with Rodolfo Dordoni and Gabriella Zecca). His design works are part of the collections of Bosa, Paola C, Desalto, DeSede, Driade, FontanaArte, Frag, Gebrüder Thonet Vienna, Matteo Grassi, Montina, Minotti, Moroso, Lema, Roda, Tacchini, Foscarini, Oluce, Pamar, Azzurra Ceramiche, Kronos Ceramiche, Ceramiche Piemme to name a few. Gordon’s products have received various awards: Interzum 2011 Award (Loop handle, Pamar), Wallpaper Design Award 2014 (Orson sun bed, Roda), ADI XXIV 2016 Compasso d'Oro (Brick, Roda table), ADI Design Ceramic Award 2016 (Bits & Pieces 2016 Collection), Archiproducts Design Award 2016 (Chill Out, Tacchini). His interior design and architecture works, published by the most prestigious magazines and books, focus on private residential projects. Over the years he designed trade fair exhibits for Roda | Milan Furniture Fair; Pamar | Palazzo Crivelli Milan; Mondadori-Interni | Milan Furniture Fair; Ceramiche Piemme | Fuori Salone Milan. Gordon has lectured at the Faculty of Industrial Design at the Milan Politecnico and is a visiting design professor at the Abadir Design Academy in Catania.