Francesco Lucchese
Francesco Lucchese graduated in architecture at the Milan Polytechnic in March 1985 and he began his career getting the 1st ADI prize with the project 'Translazione', a folding chair made ​​for the Gruppo Industriale Busnelli.

'Looking to the past to draw the present with ideas that look to the future': with this design philosophy Francesco Lucchese takes an example from history, to identify the trends and needs of tomorrow, developing projects in favor of a business strategy.

Recently built are the Lascala.Location in Milan, also the home of his own design studio, the La Flute champagne shop in Milan, the l'Ora bar in Iseo (BS), a showroom of stone materials in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and various bathroom and kitchen furniture showrooms in China.

Francesco Lucchese continues to teach at the Polytechnic of Milan, Faculty of Design, and to participate in workshops and conferences abroad, Switzerland, Russia and China. The activity of his studio coordinates corporate positioning and brand image projects for Grohe, events for communication and exhibition design for LG Hausys, OR, OI, Graniti Fiandre and Dupont, product design strategies for Olympica Ceramic, Mosaico+, Luce di Carrara.

His studio also collaborates with the ICE (Italian Institute for Foreign Trade) for the promotion of Italian products abroad.

His project activities cover a wide range of products: Murano glass collections for Venini, Salviati, Nason & Moretti and Cappellini, furniture design collections for the Swan and Molteni companies, lamps for Fabbian, Venini, Egoluce and Luxit. Numerous are the bathroom design projects for Toto Indonesia, Fir Italia, Villeroy & Boch, Hatria, Rapsel and Antonio Lupi.