Thanks to a perceptively refined and nonchalantly non-conformist approach, Pallucco made a name for itself on the international scene from the moment it was established in the early ‘80s.
Working with Peter Lindbergh, who was responsible for the image put across by the first catalogues, and with Rei Kawakubo, Comme des Garçons designer who designed a memorable set of tables and chairs for Pallucco, the company developed a style in which alertness to new objects being created by exciting international designers was shrewdly combined with a refined study of the roots of industrial design.
A good example of this was the new version of the Fortuny lamp, which Pallucco turned into a timeless style icon. Another icon of design who orbited into contact with the Pallucco world was the refined, visionary, iconoclast Joe Colombo, the designer who designed nuclear cities to reinvent a way of dwelling and therefore of living. Pallucco presented his lamp "Bolle" whose atmosphere created by the light brings to mind futurist utopias and metropolitan visions.
Matali Crasset, Kazuhiro Yamanaka, Jean Nouvel, Denis Santachiara, Studio Lagranja, Susanne Philippson, Sergio Calatroni and Enrico Franzolini have created not only their best pieces for Pallucco, but also denote the style of a think tank where the ideas and trends of multicultural design, which knows no boundaries, are met head-on.