storie di making di artigiani + fabber + designer

PaneLuce is a hybrid. Two objects that are normally found on the table, a basket of bread and a chandelier, come together to form a centerpiece that contains bread and sheds light. Two ancient elements, one the archetype of food, the other of light. The new technologies make it easy to dream a near future where we can design and create objects in our own houses; objects that reflect our observations and personal needs. Hybrids will come to life, new types, unnecessary objects perhaps monstrous but absolutely unique.



Designer > Francesco Faccin
Born in Milan in 1977. In 2003, after studying at IED, he worked for Enzo Mari. At the same time he began working as a freelance designer, collaborating with Italian and foreign companies. Since 2004, he develops self-produced projects in small series. In the meantime, he works and collaborates with luthier Francesco Rivolta. In 2007 he participated at Salone Satellite. In 2009 he met Michele De Lucchi, and began a collaboration with him, still in progress. In 2010 he won the Design Report Award. Since 2010 he is professor of Industrial Design at NABA in Milan.
Artisan > Galbiati Natale e figli
Mobili e falegnameria
Via Generale Antonio Cantore, 17 – 20851 Lissone