Founded in 1922, Felicerossi is internationally recognized as an interpreter of design in its purest form: the aesthetics combine social relevance, ergonomics, usability, innovation, simplicity of construction and environmental sustainability. The products of Felicerossi carry a broader meaning, following the theme of design for the future without forgetting the past.
The Felicerossi collection has received several awards and is exhibited in museums as The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Vitra Design Museum in Germany, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, Centre Pompidou in Paris, Pinakothek der Moderne in Germany and The Triennale in Milan.
Your business model is our starting point. Optimal functionality of an environment will be achieved when it contributes to your business model. That’s why we developed our Peformance-moods methodology, a unique tool used to create an inspiring and highly efficient workspace.
We re-design your workspace in an unusual way. Driven by people’s behavior.
Creating the right atmosphere in where your employees feel at ease to achieve optimal results.
If you take the challenge, we will surprise you.
We offer you turnkey solutions for your project, from design to implementation together with our professional projectpartners.
‘Innovative, creative and passionate’ that’s how customers rate us, that’s how we are appreciated. With our professional approach, we transform spaces where people flourish. Contributing to the business results.
Jacco Bregonje was born in The Netherlands in 1964 where he studied architecture and design. In 1992 he moved to Italy where he worked for one year in Milan and for 8 years at the Design-Center of Whirlpool Europe. As senior design manager he initiated the strategic project 'Macrowave'(2000) which has become one of the most important approaches what concerns innovation for Whirlpool at global level. Afterwards he decided to enlarge his professional scope and established in 2001 'bid' (Bregonje Industrial Design) as he believes that the role of the designer is to be the generalist within a project-team of specialists. He has received various international awards and participated in various international exhibitions. His works has been published in many important magazines and special literature. The SFMOMA (San Francisco Museum Of Modern Art) selected in 2003 his chair 'Divina'(Felicerossi) for their permanent collection. He is active in the field of industrial & strategic design for international low and high-tech industries. For Felicerossi he is (with Carlo Magnoli and Roberto Sartorio) art-directing the companies research activities.
Designer of: DIVINA, DIVA and the TANGRAM
Was born in Stein, in The Netherlands in 1956.
Has studied at the Academy of Industrial Design in Eindhoven and in the year 1983 he moved to Milano, where he earned a Master in Industrial design at the Domus Academy, his very first experience with Italian design, first as a student and later as a teacher.
Together with his didactic activity he carries on his designer activity creating products for well known Italian and foreign companies, among which Cassina, Edra, Omron, LG Electronics and Steel, a new brand – borned in 1990 - that is promoting young international designers in the field of Italian furniture.
At the end of the Nineties he establishes the mk_designstudio firm in Milano, which ranges over different fields: from the design of furniture and electronics, to the industrial and furniture design, from research to communication, to advertising. He has appeared in various publications, both on Italian magazines, Modo, Domus, Interni and Ottagono, and on European magazines, DeTijd (The Netherlands) and extra-European ones (Japan).
Designer of: ELLE and the IKS - IPS
Karim Rashid is one of the most prolific designers of his generation. Over 3000 designs in production, over 300 awards and working in over 35 countries attest to Karim's legend of design. His award winning designs include democratic objects such as the ubiquitous Garbo waste can and Oh Chair for Umbra, interiors such as the Morimoto restaurant, Philadelphia and Semiramis hotel, Athens and exhibitions for Deutsche Bank and Audi. Karim has collaborated with clients to create democratic design for Method and Dirt Devil, furniture for Artemide and Magis, brand identity for Citibank and Hyundai, high tech products for LaCie and Samsung, and luxury goods for Veuve Clicquot and Swarovski, to name a few. Karim's work is featured in 20 permanent collections and he exhibits art in galleries world wide. Karim is a perennial winner of the Red Dot award, Chicago Athenaeum Good Design award, I.D. Magazine Annual Design Review, IDSA Industrial Design Excellence award.
He holds honorary doctorates from the Ontario college of Art & Design and Corcoran College of Art & Design. Karim is a frequent guest lecturer at universities and conferences globally disseminating the importance of design in everyday life. Karim's has been featured in magazine and books including Time, Financial Times, NY Times, Esquire, GQ and countless more. In 2009 Rizzoli released Karim's latest monograph KarimSpace, featuring 36 of Karim's interior architecture designs. Other books include Karim's guide to living, 'Design Your Self' (Harper Collins, 2006), 'Digipop', a digital exploration of computer graphics (Taschen, 2005), compact portfolio published by Chronicle Books (2004), as well as two monographs titled 'Evolution' (Universe, 2004) and 'I Want to Change the World' (Rizzoli, 2001). In his spare time Karim's pluralism flirts with DJing, art and fashion and is determined to creatively touch every aspect of our physical landscape.
Designer of: FELICEROSA and the KRYSALIS
Designer of: MR. HIDE
Designer of: MORRIS
Both Designers and Architects. After graduating in Japan, at Tama Art University in Tokyo, Shinobu, and at Tsukuba University, Setsu, they moved to Milan where they have been working between Milan and Tokyo as consultants for important companies.
Their work has been published and exhibited through Europe and Japan and has received several awards. Some pieces are today part of the permanent collection at the museum of Contemporary Art in Munich and Milan.
Shinobu work also as a graphic designer and is involved in marketing activities, specialism that she developed during the times spent at CBS Sony. Setsu is also a Lecturer in Milan at the Domus Academy, the Istituto Europeo di Design and the Politecnico di Milano, and in Tokyo at the Tsukuba University and the Tama University.
Designer of: NA BOOK-CASE and the NU
Born in France 1967, studied at European Institute of Design (Milan) graduating with diploma in 1989. In 1995 opened own studio - Studio Babled - in Milan, specializing in development of industrial design products and objects in glass and crystal for companies such Baccarat Covo, Venini and Rosenthal. Studio Babled also works as consultant for both private and professional clients in product design, home accessories, graphics and art direction.
As a glass designer Emmanuel Babled produces one off and limited editions of design pieces, wich have been shown in numerous exibitions and events with both emerging and established designers : 1999 "Fusion" Milan, 2000 "Sputnik" Milan-New York, 2001 "Smash" Milan, New York, Paris London,Tokyo. Since 2001 he teaches design at Domus Academy, Milan Design Academy, Eindhoven, European Design Istitute, Milano.
Designer of: OHM, SQUARE and the PIGRECO
Designer of: MORRIS
Designer of: IANUS
Carlo Magnoli was born in 1960 and obtained his professional qualification at the Politecnico of design in Milano, specializing in Industrial Design. He cooperated for a period of 10 years with the Ambrogio Pozzi firm participating to significant projects for Rosenthal Guzzini and Zojirushi. In 1989 he established the MMG designing firm. Presently his activity is divided among various sectors with interventions connected with designing, communication and graphic design for companies like: Whirlpool Europe, Missoni home collection, Timberland, Argo, Labello, Linel, Zepter International, Vorwerk Contempora, Loro Piana.
For Felicerossi he is (with Carlo Magnoli and Roberto Sartorio) art-directing the companies research and communication activities. In 1999 he created a new division in charge of web and multimedia design.
Designer of: S3 and the Tangram
Designer of: OROS
Designer of: SPACE DECOMPRESSION
Architect and art director. Degree at the ISIA of Florence with Jonathan De Pas, founder of the Università del Progetto in Reggio Emilia, awarded at the GranDesign International Award and at the Nagaoka Technopolis International Design Competition. His works have been exhibited in Frankfurt and New York. Since 1997 he started his design studio in Reggio Emilia.
Designer of: Speed
Designer of: TUBBY
Designer of: MUMBLE
Felicerossi is an Italian brand with a strong tradition in contemporary upholstery furniture design with a heart for research. The company has always invested in the studies of new materials, new manufacturing technologies and new lifestyles with the aim of providing suitable answers in a constantly changing world.
The first Divina model. Divina upholstered, PU-foam molded with metal frame
Divina PET rotation molded
2010 Divina PET left handed with lacquered finishing
2014 Divina KID
From april 2014 the typical family run company has transfered into a new organization composed by Fokke van der Veer, former vice-president of Unilever Benelux, Tanno Bregonje who professionally helps large organizations to co-create innovative cultures and his brother Jacco Bregonje who has designed furniture for Felicerossi since 2001 and artdirected till 2006.
The new focus is on delivering concepts and solutions in which furniture and technology will play an important role. Innovatie ‘crossovers’ will merge the home and contract market focusing on public spaces, offices, hospitals, airport lougnes and other business environments. Circular economy and sustainability in materials, products and services are the major drivers for the new businessmodel.
Felicerossi International focuses on Business Strategy, Innovation, Organization and Social Innovation, Craftmanship and Socio Design wherein the virtual and physical is integrated.
If you require more information about Felicerossi or if you have as specific request concerning our collection or services, please email us and we will respond to you in return.
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