Arch. Valerio Bottin, graduated in Architecture in Venice in 1991. In 1993 he began working with Foscarini, designing lighting fixtures such as Sphera, Mistral, Tutù, Totem, Duble, Bubble, Vitt, Affix, Cross, and subsequently designing objects made in injection molding. In 1995 he began collaborating with Prandina, designing lighting fixtures and personally following, for some, the search for new materials and technologies. Since 2004 he has been designing seats for the AllKit-Softline company in Udine, creating objects in rotomulding plastic material. Also in the field of furniture components, since 2006 the collaboration with MYYour begins, designing seats in thermoforming and metal. From 2008 with the Panzeri company, he began the production of glass lighting objects of his own project. Since 2011 he has been involved in the collaboration with the Department of Electronic Engineering of the University of Padua, in the study and use, for the series production, of LED and OLED lighting.
Paolo De Lucchi
Paolo De Lucchi graduated in Architecture at the Polytechinic of Milan in 1989. After 8 hears to Sottsass Associati office and Michele De Lucchi srl in Milan, on 1 January 1998 the architect opens the “delucchiworkshop.com” company in small industrial warehouse, a design and architectural company, consulting and professional training. De Lucchi in addition to exercising the profession of architect, works as of industrial designer for italian companies diversifield in new design lighting fixtures. Through these partnerships, Paolo De Lucchi has developed a deep knowledge of emerging design technologies and light management in the various application areas:from the residential to the office world and the big shopping malls. Mr. De Lucchi also holds training courses for professionals at many italian Universities and Companies offices. The architect over the years has worked with several important companies in the design of franchising stores, showrooms, flagship, stands and multi-brand stores for important italian companies booth in the clothing as in the leather and footwear industry.