Flavio Manzoni (Italy)
Ferrari Senior Vice-President of Design, Flavio Manzoni, is responsible for creating and defining the styling of Ferrari’s new cars. Manzoni, who holds a degree in architecture with a specialisation in industrial design, began his career in 1993. Over the past two decades, Manzoni has been the recipient of many prestigious design awards.
In 2011, Manzoni was inducted into the Hall of Fame of car design at the National Automobile Museum in Turin, Italy.
In May 2014 he received the Compasso d’Oro, the oldest and most recognised award in the industrial design field, for the design of the Ferrari F12berlinetta.
In March 2015 under his direction of the Ferrari Styling Centre, three Ferraris won the Red Dot Award, the prestigious international design competition, for the FXX K, the California T, and LaFerrari.
In February 2016, Manzoni’s design of the FXX K was awarded the IF Gold Award and his designs of the 488GTB and 488 Spider were also recognised.
Most recently, he has overseen the design of the Ferrari F12tdf and GTC4Lusso.
Flavio Manzoni was born in Nuoro, Sardinia in Italy. His personal interests include science fiction. In May 2015, he released a super-futuristic Ferrari spaceship concept.
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