967arch, founded in Milan by Cesare Chichi and Stefano Maestri, has been developing projects in the fields of architecture, interior, product design and space planning for over twenty years, as well as taking care of the artistic direction for several design companies. The studio offers different professional skills with a tailored approach, coordinating other disciplines within the integrated project. Simplicity, elegance, rigor and research are the foundations for a research based on dialogue with the customer and supported by the continuous proposal of a project storytelling. The studio deals with different design scales, maintaining continuous experimentation with great attention to detail and cost control at all stages of the process. From the initial projects for HP throughout the country to the Italian offices of Google and Campari, the most recent projects of the Accenture offices and the WPP Campus in Milan, the Petronas Research Center in Turin, the expansion of the Museum of Sketches in Pietrasanta, the Cybersecurity Innovation Center of Cisco inside the Museum of Science and Technology in Milan. The studio's interventions range from the office spaces to the residential, from new buildings to the redevelopment of historic ones. 967arch has won several awards, including the ADI Design Index and the Archiproducts Design Award, collaborating with various lighting and furniture brands.