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Lucci & Orlandini

The Lucci/Orlandini partnership started in 1968. since then they have designed over 400 products which are, or have been, regularly manufactured and sold in large quantities. In chair design Lucci-Orlandini’s score is a total production of more than 3,500,000. Among their designs: furniture for Acerbis-Morphos and Magis; kitchen units for Arclinea and Snaidero; chairs, office chairs and sofas for Biesse, Calligaris, Lamm–Thonet USA, Knoll, Narbutas, Redi, Versteel; household appliances for Candy-Zerowatt, Ricagni-Emerson; office furniture for Mascagni, Narbutas, Ora-Acciaio, Knoll; lamps for Artemide, Martinelli, Segno; heating equipment for Riello and Sime; acoustic communication and tv for Brionvega, Paso; boats for Pirelli; children products for Peg Perego Pines; scales for Terraillon and Zenith. Both Lucci and Orlandini have Lectured on Design in in many Universities in Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Colombia, Italy, New Zealand, Switzerland, USA they are the authors of the book "product design models" published in the USA by Van Nostrand Reinhold, New York 1990. Roberto Lucci  was invited to “Ideas 94” design conference, Melbourne, Australia 1994; to the “design masterclasses” London, UK 2002 and San Francisco, USA 2005. Their designs are in the design collection of the Museum of Modern Art, New York; at the centre national d'art contemporain of the Louvre, Paris; at the Museum of Contemporary Art; Chicago and have been exhibited at the Milano Triennale; at the Museum of Art and Industry in Hamburg; at the “Grand Palais” in Paris; at the la Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art; California; at the Chicago Athenaeum; at the international “Luxury in Living” exhibition and in many other international design exhibitions.

 

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