Roberto Lucci - Paolo Orlandini
Roberto Lucci and Paolo Orlandini worked with the architect Marco Zanuso Sr. from 1965 to 1974. Since 1974, they have been designing and teaching and trading under the name Lucci Orlandini Design. They have designed for Artemide, ArcLinea, Biesse, Brionvega, Candy, Calligaris, Fantoni, Knoll, Lamm, Mascagni, Methis, Narbutas, Ora Acciaio, Parma Antonio & Figli, Paso, Peg, Pirelli, Redi, Riello, Sime, Snaidero, Terraillon, T70, Vaghi, Velca, Versteel, Zenith, Zerowatt.
Adriano Baldanzi - Alessandro Novelli
After studying Industrial Design in Florence, Adriano Balzani and Alessandro Novelli started their activities together with other colleagues focused on design and corporate images for companies in Tuscany. In 1984, Baldanzi & Novelli was born and was named CASAMANIA - a furnishings company. It was essentially the restructured firm ('86) from the company FREZZA. In 1991 the studio began to work on designing office chairs called DATA. They were awarded prizes by the Forum Design Office at the EIMU of Milan and at the ORGATEC in Cologne. Thanks to this success, their design activities were subsequently extended to the main office furnishing companies such as Bum, Emmegi, Estel, Lamm, Las Mobili, Meco, Permasa, Sinetica Industries, Sitland.
Born in Milan on August 22, 1927, Alberto maintained a private practice in Milan. His professional activity was focused on subdivision design for industrial, residential and office buildings. The studio has been dealing with furniture and industrial design since the early 50s and in 1950 he gained two nominations for the Golden Compass awards. Various pieces of his furniture have been featured in leading Italian interior design and architecture magazines.
Born on April 26, 1946, he graduated in 1965 as a master in arts. In 1965 he began to work and explore interior design and product design, collaborating with other designers. In 1976, after a long period of nearly eight years as a project manager at the Cesare Cassina center and B & B Italia as head of research and product development, he began to work as an independent designer and consultant. Afterwords he has been involved in the design of "Flou" and "Interflex" beds as well as furniture for "Minotti Italia" and "Former", along with tools for "Beta" and dentist equipment for "Idea".
Giuseppe Raimondi graduated with an architecture degree in Turin. He worked in construction, furniture and industrial design. His works have appeared on most major international magazines and some products designed by him are in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art in New York, and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. He has participated in the most important exhibitions in the furniture industry and is a design consultant for several major Italian and foreign industrial companies. He won a Golden Compass in 1987 for the chair called "Delfina" along with a Gold Medal in 1988 at a Toronto lighting system produced by Myriad Valenti. His activities as an architect and designer combine the curiosity of critical analysis of his own and others' professional work. His writings have been published in Casabella, CasaVogue, Abitare, Interni, La Mia Casa, Modo and in 1988 he published the book "Italian living design". This book deals with the culture of furniture in thirty years of Italian history and was published by Fabbri. These cultural patterns were critical to the change in tastes from the sixties to the present day.
Francesco Trabucco - Marcello Vecchi
Francesco Trabucco was born in Milan on November 14, 1944. He graduated in architecture from Milan Polytechnic in 1969 and entered the Order of Architects of Milan on September 19, 1973 (no. 2035). Since 1973 till 1997 he has been a freelance designer in association with the engineer and associate professor Marcello Vecchi of Industrial Design at the Faculty of Architecture at the Polytechnic of Milan in 1987. Marcello Vecchi was born in Modena on January 13, 1946. He graduated in engineering at Padua in 1970, and in architecture at the Milan Polytechnic in 1973. He enrolled in the Institute of Engineers of Milan in 1972 and has been associated with the freelance architect Francesco Trabucco since 1973 till 1997. In 1997 he establishes the “Progetti Marcello Vecchi” involved in engineering, architecture, design and graphics.