Graduated in architecture at Milan Polytechnic, he devoted to architectural design, furnishings, graphic design, set design and the applied arts. From 1932 to 1934 he was the artistic director of Venini & C.,
for which he designed a very sophisticated production characterized by elegant models of 1900 in “lattimo”, milky torquoise glass and matt black finish, as well as branched crystals with reliefs.
He also designed vases and cups in singular colours obtained through the elaboration of traditional techniques. Thus were born the glasses “Alba”, “Laguna” and “Alga”, in pastel tones, with application of gold leaf.
Ended the experience with art glass, from the postwar Buzzi gave priority to his career, devoting himself also to painting.