The high-level design is in the DNA of Luceplan, as evidenced by the profiles of the founders: Riccardo Sarfatti, son of the lighting legend Gino Sarfatti, his wife Sandra Severi and the famous designer Paolo Rizzatto. Rizzatto is the author of some of the most popular Luceplan lamps, such as the Lola floor lamp or the sparkling Hope lamp, designed in collaboration with Francisco Gomez Paz.
In 1984, another great designer joined the group of founders, Alberto Meda, author in collaboration with Rizzatto, of products such as the Titania suspension lamp and the Fortebraccio desk lamp. Over the years, the Luceplan catalog has been enriched with new proposals that range in all fields of lighting: table lamps, floor lamps, suspension lamps, outdoor lamps and much more.
This is how surprising and unusual products are created, such as the Blow chandelier-fan by Ferdi Giardini, which emits white light and refreshes the environment, minimalist and essentials lamps such as Daniel Rybakken’s Compendium and Counterbalance lamps or products with a spectacular impact like the Mesh chandelier of Francisco Gomez Paz. In 2010 the company was bought by the Philips group, which supported its internationalization with the opening of monobrand showrooms in Milan, New York and Paris.