Interior and industrial designer, Francesc Rifé (Sant Sadurní d’Anoia, 1969) founded his studio in Barcelona in 1994. Influenced by minimalism and a family background linked to handicrafts, Rifé creates his works based around order and geometric proportion.
At the head of a team of professionals from different design spheres, his national and international projects range from interior to industrial design, the creation of concepts and facilities, through to graphic art and art direction.
Throughout his career, he has been awarded with numerous design awards such as the Contract World Awards, the Red Dot, the Emporia National Prize for Temporary Architecture, ICFF Editors Awards, FAD Awards and several ASCER awards.
Fran Silvestre is one of the great contemporary Spanish architects. He has been presented with the Red Dot Award: Product Design 2013, the Buil Architecture Award 2015 and the WIN Architecture Award, and has collaborated with Álvaro Siza, among other leading figures in international architecture, boasting extensive, highly-valued works as a designer.
His Mediterranean nature and the grandeur and futurism of his works make Fran a figure who offers quality, vision and attitude.
Miquel Alzueta has been working for many years as editor responsible for the international area of Grupo Planeta.
He entered the world of art 25 years ago, firstly as a collector and then later as a gallery owner specialising in 20th century designer furniture. He has designed pieces of furniture for numerous decorating projects, always based on a concept of creating a unique piece.
Joan Gaspar is one of the great Spanish designers of the last three decades. With one of the most outstanding works both in the lighting sector as well as in the furniture sector. He has received numerous awards, including the silver Delta award in 2001 and the 37th Valencia trade fair award. We are proud to be able to count on a professional like Joan to continue adding value to our collection.
Born in Como in 1970, is an Italian architect. He studied at the TU Delft in The Nederlands and graduated at the Politecnico di Milano in 1998.
After a fulfilling working experience in Rotterdam and Berlin, he began his own practice in Brianza, the most important design district in Italy. Thanks to an ongoing collaboration with Italian design factory leaders, his approach is multidisciplinary and includes architecture, set design, product design and communication.
Andrew Trotter (1972) borning in Coln, northern England, and studied Interior Design at the Queensland College of Art, Griffith University, Australia. After spending 10 years working in fashion, primarily for Yohji Yamamoto, returned to design and publishing.
He co-founded Openhouse magazine, which after 4 years is sold world wide, while at the same time, re-starting his design career, by designing the new hotel, Masseria Moroseta, 2016, in Puglia, Italy. The quality and creativeness of Japanese fashion has plaid heavily on his thinking, while designes by Barragan, and the portugese architects, as well as the traditional building of southern italy.