Simone Micheli founded his studio in 1990 and in 2003 founded the Simone Micheli Architectural Hero Company, based in Florence, Milan, and Dubai. He is the curator of many thematic exhibitions in the most important international fairs. His professional activity moves in different directions: from architecture to interior design, from visual design to communication, his eco-friendly and nature-oriented creations are characterized by strong identity and uniqueness. He is a professor at Poli.Design and at the Scuola Politecnica di Design in Milan.
In 2007, he represented Italian interior design at the XXX Congreso Colombiano de Arquitectura in Barranquilla, Colombia, and again in 2008, participating in the International Conference of Architecture for the Contract Field in Hanover, Germany. In 2008 he signed the La Casa Italiana exhibition at the Mube Museo of Sculpture in San Paolo, Brazil. That same year he participated in exhibitions at the Franz Mayer in Mexico City, followed by Centro de las Artes in Monterrey in 2009.
Many of his works are realized for public administration and for important private clients linked with the residential world. Among his national and international awards:
- Best Interior Design and Best Apartment Italy awards for the Golfo Gabella Lake Resort project in the Homes Overseas Awards 2007 in London;
- The International Media Prize 2008 – Shenzhen in the annual Public Spaces Grand Award category, and the International Design Award 2008 – Los Angeles in the Interior Design category, with the project New Urban Faces for the Province and the Municipality of Milan;
- Interior Designer of the Year during International Design Award 2008 in Los Angeles;
- Best of the Year 2010 in Beauty, Spa and Fitness category, given by Interior Design Magazine New York;
- The International Media Prize 2010 in Annual Club Space Award category, given by Modern Decoration Magazine, in Shenzhen, China, for the Atomic Spa project of Boscolo Hotels in Milan.
- The Tre Number One Award 2011 in Interior Design Field – Venice, Italy;
- and the Contemporary Spa Award 2011 in Best Future Spa category — Bologna, Italy, for the Marina Verde Wellness Resort project, in Caorle, Venice.