Born in Barcelona, Gonzalo Milà is an Industrial Designer trained at the Elisava Design School in Barcelona. He currently develops projects for public works, furniture, lighting and accessories in his studio. From 2003 to 2007 he taught at the Elisava Design School and on the Degree in Design program at the School of Architecture of Barcelona alongside Beth Galí.
From 1999 to 2001 Gonzalo Milà worked at Santa & Cole on product development and as editor in the Urban Division. He founded the Ines-Milà studio together with Juan Carlos Ines in 1994, creating the Sillarga and Sicurta (a public lounger and chair for Escofet) and the Teula wine rack for Miscellània by Mercé Bohigas.
Gonzalo Milà and Martina Zink were awarded the silver 'Delta' prize in 2005 for the Bina beach litter bin, made by Santa & Cole; he received the silver 'Delta' in 2001 for the Rama series of streetlamps made by Santa & Cole; the AEPD Award 1995 for the Mojón Segado boundary stone together with Juan Carlos Ines, made by Escofet; First Prize at the Valencia International Furniture Fair in 1994 for the Tutombas Pranha easy chair; and Second Prize in the Castilla La Mancha Department of Industry Award in 1992 for the Agarrón Espiga coat rack together with Luís Victory, made by Encant.