Fabertechnica`s lighting design services range from the design of luminaires and indoor lighting to urban lighting. Fabertechnica`s portfolio includes high profile projects for prestigious clients, like Villa Aldobrandini, S.Croce in Gerusalemme Basilica, Roma 3 University, Hotel Westin Excelsior in Rome, new Tiburtina high-speed train station, S. Francesco d`Assisi Basilica, Scuderie del Quirinale exhibitions, Renzo Piano exhibition at Centre Pompidou in Paris. In 2014 they completed the lighting design of the Sistine Chapel and their work has been published worldwide, making them one of the most interesting and internationally acclaimed lighting firms. www.fabertechnica.it/en/
We collaborate with internationally renowned professionals,
whose skills and competences bring excellence to our work.
Materials Council are the specialists in the research, comparison and selection of materials for architectural and interior applications and they cater to both creatives and manufacturers by supporting the design process and facilitating the communication, implementation and development of materials and new technologies. Materials Council’s work is informed by an extensive knowledge of materials and manufacturing, a deep understanding of architectural and interior applications, direct advisory experience to designers and a constant dialogue with manufacturers. Materials Council was established by Ian Hunter and Brad Turner, former materials researchers at Foster + Partners architects, and founding partner Architonic. ww.materialscouncil.com
Ian Teh has published three monographs, Undercurrents (2008), Traces (2011) and Confluence (2014). His work is part of the permanent collection at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (MFAH) and the Hood Museum in the USA. Selected solo shows include the Jack Shainman Gallery in New York in 2004, Flowers in London in 2011 and the Kunsthal Museum in Rotterdam in 2012. He has received several honours, including the Abigail Cohen Fellowship in Documentary Photography and the Emergency Fund from the Magnum Foundation. In 2013 he was elected by the Open Society Foundations to exhibit in New York at the Moving Walls Exhibition. In 2010, the acclaimed literary magazine Granta published a 10-year retrospective of his work in China. www.ianteh.com
Fabrizio Fiorentino collaborated with the most important architecture firms in Paris, like Atelier Jean Nouvel, Shigeru Ban, Beckmann & N`Thepe, Jean MIchelle Wilmotte. In 2007 he founded the group OP4, together with Guy Conand, Susanne Stacher and Laura Giovannetti and they participated to several international competitions. Fabrizio Fiorentino`s work is mainly focused on high end residential projects in Paris.
Enzo Crivella is a well known Italian gastronomist, expert in restaurants and bars new concept ideas; important magazines like Grand Gourmet, Travel, Gambero Rosso, Der Spiegel, Slow Food, Dove and others have dedicated articles to Enzo Crivella and to his passion and knowledge about food. He is invited to all the most important food festivals and events in Italy and in 2013 he won the prize for the best ice cream in Italy.
Environmental, MEP Engineers and Structural Engineers collaborate with the studio to offer to the clients specialist consultancies on innovative integrated sustainable design solutions.