Falmec has always worked together with designers, both young and experienced, to create unique products. These partnerships ensures the launch of beautiful and also functional objects which can enhance our life quality.
Emo Design, founded by Lukasz Bertoli and Carlo Ciciliot in 2008, is a designers and specialists team which work in industrial and interaction design. This studio fermly believe in innovations as competitive advantages for companies (only if presented through a good use of design) and in a credible positioning of products. This atelier has designed some of the most successful Falmec hoods. Zephiro by E.ion™ System collection, a beautiful object that can sanitise the air. Prestige, by Design collection, winner of Red Dot Design Award 2010. Sophie, Vega and Dama, by Circle.Tech collection. Dama won Good Design Award 2017 and Iconic Awards 2018.
Francesco Lucchese, architect and designer, founded Lucchesedesign, a highly skilled team of architects and designers which follows up companies positioning, events, exhibitions and product strategies. They created hotels, public spaces, showrooms and exclusive private homes. The headquarter in Milan can be set for events and various activities. Lucchese is also a professor at the Politecnico in Milan where he teaches design. He created Spazio, a new hood by Circle.Tech collection, which has changed our way to live the kitchen.
The architect Marco Zito is a nationally and internationally renowned designer and lecturer. Expert member of the Observatory for the Project ADI. BEDA REg. Winner of awards and acknowledgements of the sector that brought him to prestigious collaborations in the furniture sector. Today he is primarily engaged in the design of products, furniture and architecture. He created two iconic products for Falmec: Brio Icon and Bellaria. The first one is a heat exchanger, the second one is a purifying lamp. Both have an elegant design that enhance every kind of domestic space.
Gianni Pareschi, a well-known architect and designer, leaves a mark thanks to creations like Fiocco armchair which is in the permanent collection of Moma. In 2008 he founded the studio atelierP, sharing it with Luca Piccinno, as well as with his son Mattia. In the early eighties, Pareschi entered the kitchen world and set new standards, understanding that it is not a place to hide. AtelierP has developed three hoods from the E.ion™ System collection for Falmec: Mare, Spring and Marilyn.
They are brothers, and they were born in Venice in 1973 and 1971. They graduated in architecture in Venice in 1998. In 1996 they opened the design studio PIO & TITOTOSO. They work in the field of architecture carrying out numerous projects on the national and international territory and they participate in various competitions. They also collaborate in furniture and design world, working with the most qualified companies. They design stands, exhibitions, shops, offices and warehouses for different companies, taking care of their image and graphics. For Falmec they designed the Tab hood, a modern and practical model that, thanks to the front panel that can be opened, guarantees an extra boost during extraction.
Alberto Saggia graduated at the Politecnico of Milan in Industrial Design. At the end of his studies he started working with the Metis Lighting studio in Milan, while also teaching in university and carrying out design and graphic projects as a freelancer. Valerio Sommella graduated in industrial design at the Politecnico of Milan and then worked with Stefano Giovannoni. Later he moved to Amsterdam, joining the Marcel Wanders team and then he went back to Italy for focusing on product design and teaching at the Istituto Marangoni. For Falmec, they have created numerous hoods: Prisma and Materia, which have both won a Good Design Award respectively in 2014 and 2017; Alba; Vetra and Brio Mirror, all new products presented at Eurocucina 2018.
Gianni Rigo graduated in 1977 at the I.U.A.V. of Venice where he attended Carlo Scarpa. Since from the beginning of his career he dedicated himself to both the public and private building sectors, focusing also on interior design. The passion for glass, raised also thanks to Scarpa's influence, pushed him to visit glassworks and foundries, enriching his knowledge. His daughter Carlotta works with him at Studio Rigo focusing on design and architectural composition. For Falmec Studio Rigo has created four hoods from the E.ion™ System collection: Twister, Eolo, Rubik and Lumière. All with great personality: innovative shapes and advanced technology.
He graduated in Architecture in Venice in 1983 and founded the study of architecture and industrial design that bears his name. Immediately starts important collaborations with industries in the furniture world and also contributes to the definition of concept and layout distribution that will be highly innovative in the textile and furniture sector. In 2007 he founded the VN Design studio with the aim of providing companies with its know-how in industrial design and proposing new materials and innovative production processes. Plastics, aluminum, glass and metallic fabrics are worlds in which they experience materiality and new forms of communication, always looking for creative solutions and winning ideas. With Falmec he created, for the Design collection, Rialto (winner of the famous Red Dot Design Award in 2010) and Menhir; for the Silence NRS™ collection he designed Vela NRS and Zenith NRS.