Co-founder with Fanny Bauer Grung of Quincoces-dragò & partners, Madrid-based designer David Lopez Quincoces arrived in Milan in 2004 to specialize in Interior Architecture at the Politecnico di Milano after studying art history. “I meant to return back to Spain, but I tried sending out a couple of CVs and two days later I was already working with Piero Lissoni!” he tells Salone del Mobile.Milano. He worked with Lissoni for years, until 2018, becoming a partner and managing his studio located in Milan and Madrid, opened in 2008. In addition to the studio, Quincoces deals with product design for companies of the caliber of OLuce, Salvatori, De Padova, Zucchetti and Living Divani and with his colleague and friend Francesco Meda manages the artistic direction of various firms, including Acerbis, Ranieri Lava Stone and Fast Spa. Together with his partner in business and life, he opened the Six Gallery in Milan, an unmissable place for design lovers, created as an incubator gallery of ideas, where he can conduct research into materials and one-off pieces to be implemented in interior design projects. No more than fifteen people work in the studio to “keep the quality high and not become slaves to their own structure, without needing to accept projects that fail to comply with our vision,” he explains. We talk to him about design, companies and above all about Milan.