Luigi Bandini Buti, is a European architect and ergonomist. For over thirty years she has been working on ergonomic work on environments, systems and products. He is Chairman of the Applied Ergonomics Society (SEA), President of the Italian Society of Ergonomics (SIE) and ADI (Association for Industrial Design), member of the Design Committee of All Design Institute for All Italy and Vice President Of the Ergonomics Commission of the UNI (Italian Unification Body). She teaches in Italy and abroad. He has written books on the ergonomic project and numerous articles.
Graduated in architecture at the Politecnico di Milano in 1955, for six years he has collaborated with the most important architects of Milan (Ignazio Gardella, Marco Zanuso, Franco Albini), with whom he maintained constant personal relationships and collaboration. In the 1960s she has been working independently in the field of architectural design and interior design and academic activities at the faculties of Architecture in Venice and Milan. In 1970 he found, with prof. Cajo Plinio Odescalchi, the Applied Ergonomics Company (SEA), specialized in ergonomic research and design of the work and life environment and ergonomic industrial design. More specifically he deals with architectural design of environments and buildings for organized work and design of durable and durable equipment and consumables.
He participates in Rotonda seminars and workshops in Italy and abroad and she teaches Ergonomics in Italy and abroad. He has been working for important companies such as Fiat Auto, Kartell, Whirlpool Italia, Zanussi, 3M Italia. He has received numerous prestigious awards for his professional activity, including the selection in 1979 and the 1981 “Compasso d’Oro ADI” The American Istitute of Architets Award in San Diego (California). He was a member of the Management Committee of the magazine “Ergonomia” and member of the jury of the SMAU 2004 Prize. He is currently chair of the SEA (Applied Ergonomic Society) and a member of the Management Committee of the Institute for Design for All Italy. In 1996 he was among the first Italians to be accredited as European Ergonomist by the CREE (Center for Registration of European Ergonomists).