Enzo Mari is an Italian artist and designer trained at the Brera Academy of Fine Arts in Milan. From the 1950s onwards he began his artistic career, participating in exhibitions in galleries and museums of contemporary art and in various editions of the Venice Biennale and the Milan Triennale. At the same time, he also began to work as a designer, collaborating with numerous industries in the fields of graphics, publishing, industrial products and exhibition design. In 1981 he began his collaboration with the Italian company Zanotta, and won a third Golden Compass in 1986, for his design of the Tonietta chair. In 1987 he won the International Design Centre prize. In 1993 he was appointed creative director of the Meisterwerkstatt der Königliche Porzellan Manifaktur in Berlin. More recently, he has expanded his activities and dedicated himself to urban design and teaching, with conferences in Italy and abroad. For Artemide he designs the Aggregato designer chandeliers, with a vintage style, available with round or conical diffuser with transparent thermoplastic resin counterweight.