Overview

Established in Rome in the 70s, Pallucco has always been one of a kind, disassociating itself from the prevailing attitude of experimenting with new solutions both in the furniture and the lighting sector. With an innate instinct for stylishness, it has always sought particular shapes and furnishing accessories with a high aesthetic and design content to the extent that it is today one of the few true Design Companies on an international scale. The current production is a mix of contemporary, historical and timeless objects, such as the eternal icon of elegance epitomised by the lamp designed by Mariano Fortuny in 1907 and given a new touch by Studio Out in the versions celebrating its one hundred years. The furnishing accessories (shelving units, storage units, lamps) stand out for their originality, nonconformist style and the ability to kindle emotions through design, which becomes the leading light of the surrounding space. The international and eclectic spirit of Pallucco is today distinguished by teamwork with the designers Hannes Wettstein, Asnago and Vender, Enrico Franzolini and Vicente Garcia Jimenez, Kazuhiro Yamanaka, Susanne Philippson, Sergio Calatroni, Christian Deuber, Andrea Marcante, Bresciani and Bonifaccio.