The company considers fine design to be of prime importance, so it has ongoing relationships with prestigious, highly qualified names in the field. Marc Sadler, an ultramodern, minimalist designer – born in Austria and based in Milan, but with a highly international outlook – works with the Italian brands best known for cutting-edge design. With his input, the company is making a huge leap forward in its R&D and international reputation. This effort is already bearing fruit, like the ADI DESIGN INDEX listing for the FUSION SPA designed by Sadler. An equally distinguished partner is the studio of Fabrizio Batoni, a highly acute and curious architect; also entrusted with product presentation at fairs, it earned us a prestigious CERSAIE AWARD for booth design in 2013. Another important collaboration is with the studio of Paolo Parea, a Rome-based designer and university professor with a special flair for making everyday objects attractive: he keeps our product range up to date through skillful restyling, and his ingenious, inventive touches give aesthetic appeal to even the most difficult products. Anika Elisabetta Luceri’s passion for design and innate artistic talent are the key reasons why the company turns to her in particular for its decorated, customized tubs. Last but not least, we can also rely on the vast experience and top-tier artistic talent of Alessandro Lenarda.


Marc Sadler graduated from the Ecole Nationale Supérieuredes Arts Décoratifs (Paris) in 1968, at the end of thefirst “industrial design” course. Devoted from the startto the experimentation with plastic materials (subject ofhis degree thesis and of his personal curiosity) since the‘70ies he brought to perfection the very first ski-boot inthermoplastic material, subsequently industrialized by theItalian firm Caber. Today he constantly cooperates with very important firms in the fields of home furnishing, big and small household appliances, lighting, and of moretechnically advanced products as well, in addition to his collaborations in the field of sport. Some of the awards he receivedthrough the years: “Design Plus” (Frankfurt) – 1995; “Compasso d’Oro” ADI (Milano) – 1995; “Auszeichnung für Gutes Design” (Hannover) – 1996; “Créateur de l’Année” (Paris) – 1997; “Compasso d’Oro” ADI (Milano) – 2001; “Design Plus” (Frankfurt) – 2001; “Auszeichnung für Gutes Design” (Hannover) – 2007; “Compasso d’Oro” ADI (Milano) – 2008. “Segnalazione Compasso d’Oro “ ADI (Milano) –2008.His Motorcyclist’s Back Protector (designed for Dainese) is housed in the permanent collection of design at MOMA in New York and the lamp Mite (Foscarini) is part of the design collection of the Beaubourg in Paris.


Born in Rome, he trained at his city’s design institute, the ISIA. After completing his studies, he joined the LENCI studio, which gave him the opportunity to build considerable expertise in close contact with leading companies in various market sectors. He worked in everything from bathroom fixtures to furniture, fitness equipment to spa equipment, the private and public automotive sector to the more specific realm of electric motors. He oversaw traditional modelling, prototyping, engineering, and for four years was head of the design department. Having left the studio after ten years, he worked with various companies and soon teamed up with two colleagues to form the TRIADE studio, expanding his activity to include the creation of trade fair booths, showrooms and interior design shops. Meanwhile, he also began teaching packaging design and product design at the university level. He has earned various awards, including selection for the DESIGN INDEX and DESIGN CODEX, and has taken part in various exhibitions. At present he has struck out on his own by founding the PAREA DESIGN STUDIO, through which, alongside his previous activities, he has forged new partnerships in the world of graphics and entertainment.


Fabrizio Batoni graduated in architecture at the University of Florence. In 1997 he founded the STUDIOBATONI architectural firm together with Paola Caciorgna, which deals with the development of building plans, exhibition stand projects, graphics and design. The firm currently collaborates with freelance professionals and also directly with the Department of Industrial Design of Florence; at the same time it continues to pursue projects with companies in the sectors of furnishing, lighting, bathroom design and leather goods, and is also in charge of the artistic design for a number of companies.


Alessandro Lenarda, architect and designer Lenarda was born in Venice on June 1, 1939. After studying music and the classics in secondary school, he got his architecture degree in Venice.Since 1976, he has been a member of the “Accademia Tiberina” in Rome. His work has been exhibited five times at the Venice Biennale. He has been nominated twice and shortlisted once for ADI’s “Compasso d’Oro” award.His works can be found in museum collections around the world. They have also been the subject of a degree thesis in the Department of Literature at Sapienza University of Rome (2001). Some of his works have been declared “of exceptional historic and artistic interest” and entered in the Italian register of national cultural heritage. He has six pieces in the Farnesina Design Collection at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Rome. He is a member of ADI and BEDA.Since 1993, he has lived in the Maremma region of Lazio