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lighting systems manufacturer (1978)

Luceplan was founded in 1978 with the idea of three architects, Riccardo Sarfatti, Sandra Severi and Paolo Rizzato, with the aim of consolidating the experience gained over years of collaboration with Gino Sarfatti, founder of Arteluce experimenter and innovator in the field of 'lighting.

These are the noble origins, but we want to tell the story does not follow the chronological list of events that have marked the growth of a company, as 'highlights' of the constant evolution continues. A story from the beginning denoted by precise invariants - experimentation, research, quality - from philosophy, to do "good things for the most", and an attitude, discretion, never abandoned the passing of years.

Luceplan has always been dedicated to technological, formal and design research on light, as a tool to improve the quality and well-being of man and the quality of the environment. The company places among the fundamental elements of its business the values of growth and sustainable development, the protection and enhancement of human capital, research and innovation.

With these premises, luminaires are born capable of interpreting the natural development of the innovative thrusts of each project, the attention to detail, aimed at constant improvement. Luceplan is dedicated to experimentation which in turn implies careful technological research in continuous development.

Passion for the project and entrepreneurial courage: commitment that Luceplan carries out both with significant investments in production.

In 2006, the Elementi di Luceplan brand was born, a new line of technical-architectural and contract lighting - both with marketing, through the opening of new international branches (Copenhagen joins New York, Paris and Berlin) and new mono-brand stores (Milan, New York and Paris and about 2,000 points of sale worldwide).

Luceplan products:

Costanza, floor lamp, Paolo Rizzatto, 1986
Titania, suspension lamp, Alberto Meda and Paolo Rizzatto, 1989
Costanzina, floor, wall, suspension lamp, Paolo Rizzatto, 1992
Hope, lamp, Francisco Gomez Paz and Paolo Rizzatto, 2009
Archetype, suspension lamp, Goodmorning Technology, 2010