Manel Molina (1963-) is a Spanish designer. A graduate of EINA - Centro Universitario de Diseño y Arte de Barcelona, he worked from 1985 to 1989 in the studio of the famous designer Miguel Milà. In 1991 he joined with the Argentine Alberto Lievore (1948-) and the German Jeannette Altherr (1965-) to form the Lievore Altherr Molina studio, which soon established itself as one of the most interesting companies in Spanish design. Their creations have enriched the catalogs of brands such as Arper, Tribù, Fast, Foscarini, Jesse, Tacchini, Expormim, Sovet, Vibia and many others. Alongside the intense professional activity, the studio has also carried out a significant training and dissemination activity, consisting of frequent courses and seminars, and has won important prizes such as the Spanish National Design Award in 1999. After twenty-five years of fruitful collaboration, the streets Manel Molina and his partners split up and he gets back into the game by starting his own designer business, collaborating with Spanish brands such as Enea and Andreu World.