Born in Chicago, Felicia Ferrone studied architecture in the United States before beginning her career in Milan, apprenticing with some of today’s most influential architects and product designers where she was first taught to “blur boundaries.” Her namesake label, based in Chicago, is known for modern design of home accessories and furniture delivering the unexpected through a seemingly simple gesture and whimsy. Archetypes are reinvented; typologies are crossed and blended. European influences, minimalist aesthetics, mastery of proportion, and meticulously considered details are the hallmarks of her work. Often lighthearted and whimsical, the furniture and objects are timeless. Her internationally renowned Revolution Collection of glassware has been inducted into The Art Institute of Chicago’s Permanent Architecture and Design Collection and is a recipient of a Good Design Award. She also teaches design at the University of Illinois at Chicago and The School of the Art Institute of Chicago.