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Designers

Lumicom Technical Department

The creative structure of Lumicom is at the service of interior lighting design: the philosophy of Lumicom has always been to address simplicity and functionality criteria. Lumicom technical department develops the own lighting ideas by creating chandeliers, lamps with suggestive ideas, design lights that enhance the rooms and create the atmosphere perfect for illuminating everyday environments with style.

Marino Cagnatel

Born in Venice (1945 - 2012), he attended the Art Institute and graduate with a Master in graphic arts. He develops his creativity, deepening knowledge of the properties and processes of raw materials, immediately showing his nature as an "artist" and, at the same time as "craftsman". Working with numerous Italian factories and with the historic Murano glassworks, until they endure lasting collaborations even with foreign realities. Interpreter of light, like a true “old designer” school ”, that ideas are always born on paper, where lines and shapes are destined to become matter and light.

Claudio Marturano

Born in Venice and, a pupil of Carlo Scarpa, he graduated in architecture there at IUAV. His professional career starts from a great interest for the glass design and lighting technology, in particular, it deepens issues related to glass production techniques: from manual creation of unique pieces in collaboration with various masters of Murano, to the creation of artisan and semi-industrial products in the district of Empoli and Colle Val d’Elsa. In its design path, he measures with technologies of materials such as crystal, porcelain, ceramics, metals and resins, often making various realities interact with craft and industrial products that contribute to the realization of the product.

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