Specializing in office furniture, seats and modern kitchens, the creative duo of architects Roberto Lucci (Milan, 1942) and Paolo Orlandini (Grosseto, 1941) have designed over 250 products during the course of their long professional career.

As strong believers in the relationship between technological research and functional innovation, the two have always tried to enhance the evolutionary potential of a design. Their approach to industrial design is inspired by two fundamental principles: Simplicity: the product must be able to be understood by everyone, both aesthetically and functionally. Flexibility: in the sense of conceiving designs that can evolve over the years, to adapt to changes in the market and in manufacturing processes.

The collaboration between Lucci & Orlandini and Snaidero has led to some of the company’s most successful kitchens: ‘Sistema ES’ (2001), winner of the ‘Grand Prix de l’Innovation Design’ awarded by ‘Foire de Paris’; ‘Time’ (2002), winner of the ‘Good Design Award 2003’ awarded by the Chicago Athenaeum; ‘Skyline’ (2004), ‘Panoramica’ (2004), ‘Florence’ (2006) and ‘Forma’ (2008). These are also among the projects that best represent Snaidero’s modern kitchen design philosophy.

Designs By Lucci & Orlandini For Snaidero Cucine

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