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Flos
Flos is probably one of the most famous lighting brand in the history of Italian design. Its lamps, iconic and recognizable, are a permanent presence in the most important museums of the world, and they have become part of the collective imagination. The company's history is closely linked to some of the most famous design brands of the Italian design, starting with its founders Dino Gavina and Cesare Cassina who, in 1962, put together their respective skills in the world of furniture and began their activity in Merano.Read more

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Antonio Citterio

Antonio Citterio
Antonio Citterio (1950-) is one of the most important contemporary Italian designers. His taste, elegant and refined, involves a stylistic evolution of the traditional forms of bourgeois furniture, updated in a balanced and rational style. In many ways he can be considered one of the architects of the contemporary living room and one of the driving forces that have led to the great success of Made in Italy furniture in the world. Born in Meda, it is precisely to two companies in the town of Brianza that he has linked part of his fame, with ten-year collaborations that still last today: Flexform and B&B Italia, a company to which he owes the credit for his "discovery" and which allowed him to compete also with more classic and luxurious forms with the artistic direction of the Maxalto collection. Among his many collaborations, we should mention those with Vitra for the world of office seating, with Arclinea for the kitchen, together with internationally renowned companies such as Flos, Kartell and several others. First associated with Paolo Nava, he later became a partner of Terry Dwan and with her he began to devote himself to architecture and interiors. In 2000 he entered into partnership with Patricia Viel, founding the Citterio-Viel studio, which would develop into one of the most important Italian architectural firms. Buildings such as the Bulgari Hotel in Milan or the Taiepi Sky Tower in Taiwan bear his signature.Read more