Pallucco was created in the 1970s in Rome by architect Paolo Pallucco. In the early 1980s, the company moved to the Veneto region and immediately stood out for the non-conformist concept of its designs and image. Pallucco stands for design culture and experimentation of art and architecture in an ongoing exploration of the boundaries of contemporary design. The company switches from the research of the most diverse idioms and styles, under the guidance of Hannes Wettstein and Jurgen Bey, to contamination with the fashion world through the collaboration with photographer Peter Lindbergh and stylist Rei Kawakubo. Pallucco's collection includes designs that revive ancient techniques such as glass blowing in cage or explore the technical and aesthetic potential of metal mesh. A new language brings exclusive products to the Pallucco collection, alongside models which have become icons, such as the glorious Fortuny lamp and the statuesque Gilda.