Giancarlo Tintori, was born in Milan in 1961, graduated in architecture from the Politecnico of Milan, also studying Graphic and Industrial Design.
Founded in 1991, Giancarlo Tintori Ltd architecture | design | graphic, establishing its headquarter in Milan.
He designed, in 1997, the new architectural concept for the EXTE ' boutique of ITTIERRE Group for which he also handled projects for a showroom and some set for events.
In the summer of ' 99 EXTE ' boutique were opened in Capri, Rome via Borgognona and Milan Via della Spiga, both are designed according to the new concept.
He designed in 1998 several monobrand EXTE ' boutiques in the major cities of Japan.
As result of the first projects in Japan, SHISEIDO Group commissioned him to design two department stores for a total area of 6000 sqm in Tamagawa and Harajuku to THE GINZA SHISEIDO BOUTIQUE which were inaugurated in March ' 98 in Tokyo.
Until 2001 he was a consultant for the window planning and visual merchandising for: Gio Moretti, Aishti, Biffi, Calvin Klein, Roberto Cavalli, Cesare Paciotti, Caractere, Monila, Vierre Montenapoleone.
He designed and supervised the renovation of two floors of Fashion Plaza, 1400mq, in Dusseldorf for the new headquarters of ITTIERRE Moden and showrooms of D&G, Versus and FerrE'.
He designed the set exhibition 'WORLD OF JEANS "for the EXPO 2000 in Paris.
Completed in 2001 the restyling of Cesare Paciotti boutique in New York for which he designed the new architectural concept and initiated the complete renewal of the new retail stores and showrooms in Milan via Sant'Andrea.
In the following years many boutique projects will be realized in Italy: Bari, Naples, Milan, Florence, Rome and abroad: Jakarta, London, Los Angeles, Paris, and Moscow.
In 2003 he was commissioned by Cassina for the new concept of its exhibition spaces, complete the following year, the project of radical renovation of the historic showroom in via Durini in Milan where he will also design the pavillon for Salone del Mobile.
He design the restyling of factory showroom for Cassina and was responsible for an architectural project of industrial and administrative headquarters in Meda.
The new concept will be applied to the New York showroom of Cassina and designed for them, the setup for the ICFF Exibition in New York and Cologne Furniture Fair.
In the same year he will deal with the urban design of a square and art installation in the city of Civitanova Marche dedicated to Cesare Paciotti, fashion designer.
He defines and develops a new architectural concept for the brand 4US.
Start product design relationships with, Lema, Nemo, Fiam, Norlight.
In 2007 he designed the new Accessories Biffi store in Bergamo and produces different outfits for their Milan multibrand shops.
always in Milan he design the new store concept for fashion brands Marilena and Vergelio and extended it to numerous prestigious locations in the city.
For Lungolivigno Fashion Group he will deal with the restyling of all their multi and monobrand boutique. He became the Art Director of Relco Group for which he deals with the design of the installations to the latest editions of Euroluce Fair, Light & Building in Frankfurt moreover with the design of many industrial products. Graphics of their catalogs and advertising.
In 2009 and 2010 was commissioned by Swarovski Group of design and construction of an exhibition pavillon in Port de Versailes in Paris for the presentation of new jewels collections.
In Milan during the Salone del Mobile 2010 for Swarovski Elements he designed an exhibition at the Triennale Museum. In a special section of the exhibition, were shown twelve different new industrial applications for crystal, designed by him.
In 2011, in collaboration with Tokujin Yoshioka he designed the new boutique in Milan for the spanish brand Camper.
Over the years he has also dealt with the prestigious projects of private houses [undisclosed for confidentiality reasons] in Milan, Dubai, Moscow, Geneve, Shanghai.