Giorgio Ragazzini was born on July 6, 1960 in Imola. After receiving his diploma from Faenza's "Istituto Superiore per le Industrie Artistiche" (Industrial Arts High School) he earned his Master's degree from Milan's Domus Academy.
Presently he is working with various companies in the ceramics industry (among them Marazzi and Piemme). Recent projects include design for stereo headphones for Ross Electronics of London, and the development of a line of wall-to-wall carpeting line entitled "Mexi-design" for Louis de Poortere.
Giorgio collaborated in the drafting of "La cintura di Orione" (Orion's Belt) a book edited by Longanesi that accompanied the release of a set of pots and pans designed by Richard Sapper for Alessi.
With his design for the "AIDA" chair he began an ongoing collaboration with Mazzei. Other design clients have included Vittorio Bonacina, Sedie & Co., Bros's, Metals, Maxitalia, Prototipo, Bamax, Giomo, Mazzali, Fendi Casa, G5 Cucine, Errebi Cucine, Altrenotti, Specialisti del Riposo, Casaitalia, Barilla, Pentagono, View, Multipla, Phorma, Ceramica Casalgrande Padana as well as others in furniture and complementary furnishings.
He taught project planning at ISIA, Faenza.
Giorgio Ragazzini's studio provides an array of services including design, art direction, photographic assistance, graphic design and catalog production, design for trade show stands, renovation, concept design and planning for impact at point of sale, preparation of theme corners and event planning and organization.