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Progetti is an Italian brand manufacturing designs that find a perfect balance between shape, materials and purpose, also in relation with industrial production processes. Collections by Progetti include useful objects, whose beauty is never imposing. Just like artworks, they go beyond time and trends.
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Projects is a dynamic and lively company based in Carate Brianza (MB) that for over thirty years has been thinking, researching and creating furnishing complements and items the home and office. Their design is attractive in every detail, from the high quality, to formal and functional innovation are crucial elements that form the basis of the projects of all the products by this brand. Progetti offers collections of items such as wall clocks, cuckoo clocks with a contemporary twist, coat hangers, coffee tables, umbrella stands, all strictly made in Italy.

The brand owes its fame especially to the collaboration with leading architects and designers of international fame: Gaetano Pesce, Gian Franco Frattini, Joe Colombo, Gianluca Minchillo, Matteo Ragni, Maurizio Duranti and ASPS Study are just some the names that work with the company. A constant research to ensure the highest quality of materials and of the processing; the contemporary design which is never banal; the semi-artisanal production techniques combined with the long experience in the sector and the respect for the environment: these are all factors that have brought the brand to achieve an international reputation.

All creations are developed using materials such as wood, metal, plastic and many others. There are no manufacturing constraints or fixed technologies, every designer has the greatest freedom of action, and this allows to create innovative products always in line with current trends. The Progetti collections designed to satisfy even the most demanding tastes, attentive to details and exclusivity, but at the same time they will also appeal to a younger audience, who prefer new, natural and eco-sustainable materials, and simple designs able to generate strong emotions.
Progetti is therefore one of the main companies in the Made in Italy scenario, rewarded not only with the business results achieved over the years, but also with the recognition by important authorities in the art and design industry. The MoMA of New York and San Francisco have added to their catalogues the clocks Rnd-Time, Fun-Time, q01 and Target: similar products were also on display at the exhibition "The Farnesina Palace and its collections" held at the Ara Pacis, in Rome, and they were included in the permanent collection "Farnesina Design". Capri, Double q and O'Coque are exhibited in the Deutsches Uhrenmuseum, the Clock Museum born in 1852 in the Black Forest, Germany.

Progetti is a real melting pot of ideas, whose name ("projects")is absolutely appropriate. A dynamic company that likes to innovate and reinvent itself thinking with joy to everyday objects and making them happy, but without creativity taking over functionality. Home accessories, clocks and cuckoo clocks with a unique design, an iconic style that enabled the brand to stand out among its many competitors in the sector, thanks to close cooperation with designers from around the world, in order to find innovative solutions and alternative materials.
Incredible accessories such as Hydria, the piece of furniture by Progetti signed by the young designer Gianluca Minchillo who managed to create an object that combines classicism and modernity, reviving in a contemporary key a vase that in the past was used as an umbrella stand. Born as an umbrella stand, thanks to the extreme lightness and clean design, it was redesigned as a true complement for indoor and outdoor decoration. Suitable for any location for any mood, Hydria can be used in the office or at home as a discreet and elegant object; on a terrace, with some candles; or as a stylish vase for flowers and plants. Finally, thanks to its finish, Hydria is ideal outdoor to create a magical atmosphere in the garden.

Clock Circle is the soft clock by Studio Kuadra for Progetti; this is another iconic accessory with an innovative soft coating made of MOSS, a natural lichen that can live indoors even without lighting. Clock Circle, despite its linear design, catches the eye thanks to the material it is made of which makes it really an amazing and unparalleled complement of its kind, with the plus of bringing nature indoors.
Here are some of the excellent designers who contributed to the growth of the brand Progetti.

Gaetano Pesce
A career that lasts since nearly four decades. He has proved himself in architecture, urban planning, interior and industrial design. Gaetano Pesce, architect and designer, has designed public and private projects in the United States, Europe, Latin America and Asia. In all his works he expresses his guiding principle: modernism is less a style than a way to interpret the present, and alluding to the future in which individuality is preserved and celebrated.
Pesce's work is exhibited in more than 30 permanent collections of the major museums around the world, such as the MoMA in New York and San Francisco, the Metropolitan Museum of New York, the Vitra Museum in Germany, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, Centre Pompidou and Musee des Arts Decoratifs in the Louvre in Paris. He exhibited his works also in galleries around the world.
The professional life of Pesce was global, his innovations always cutting-edge. The boundaries between art, design and industry are irrelevant to him, as art is not something created and put on a pedestal: art is a product, it is our creative response to the needs of the time in which we live.

Gian Franco Frattini
Frattini was part of that generation that made the movement of Italian design from the late 50s and the 60s. He graduated in architecture at Milan's Politecnico and became an industrial designer when he didn't have the furniture and adequate lighting for the interiors he designed. In 1956, he was co-founder of the ADI, Associazone for Industrial Design. During his distinguished career, he worked with Gio Ponti, for Cassina, Bernini and Acerbis, he has designed lamps for Artemide, and he was a board member of the Triennale di Milano and designed for Knoll.

Gianluca Minchillo
Gianluca Minchillo was born in Venice in 1987. He graduated in 2008 in creative design at the Italian Design School of Padua; he immediately began working at Design Studio in Mestre, where he learned the daily work reality in the field of industrial design, collaborating with leading companies in furniture, lighting and historical Murano glassworks. It also deals with the design of exhibition stands, interiors of shops and offices as well as visual design projects. This collaboration will end in May 2012 when Minchillo devoted himself to the freelance activity. He participated in several competitions and his "Electra" was one of the finalists in the competition: "ILIDE design contest 2010".

Matteo Ragni
Matteo Ragni graduated in Architecture at Milan's Politecnico. From 1998 to 2005 he founded the studio Aroundesign with Giulio Iacchetti, with whom he won the Compasso d'Oro ADI for the biodegradable spoon / fork "Moscardino", now included in the permanent design collection at the MOMA of New York. In addition to his activity as a designer, he works as a teacher at various international universities, art director and architect.

Maurizio Duranti
Maurizio Duranti was born in Florence in 1949; he lives in Milan where he works as an architect and designer. He has worked as a teacher at the Faculty of Architecture of Genoa and has taught design at the European Institute of Design in Milan. He designed architectural projects, art shows, shops, show rooms often published in the national and foreign press for their innovative features. His works are full of irony towards everyday life. Despite having a deep knowledge of production processes and the physical possibilities of the materials, instead of technology in favour of a narrative image.

Kuadra Studio
A young and dynamic multidisciplinary studio founded in 2001. In architecture, as well as various private commissions, some works worth mentioning are the realization of Piazza Audifreddi in Cuneo, Piazza della Meridiana in Borgo S. Dalmazzo, Piazza S. Giovanni in S. Albano Stura, the project of some offices of the Cooperative Banks. As regards the interior design, this studio has been involved in prestigious projects such as the construction of the Milan-Opel vip room in the San Siro stadium, the design of the stores Baume & Mercier in Dubai and Beijing, the Calvin Klein watch store in Bologna, the interior design of two hotels in Dubai. It also as among its clients some prestigious name such as Maserati.