Pagani Perversi Architects
Born in 1950, they graduated in architecture at the Politecnico di Milano. In the mid-80s they founded the associated studio Luciano Pagani and Angelo Perversi, which deals - in an integrated way - with architecture, product design, lighting design. Among the most important works of the firm, in terms of architectural design: the Roman headquarters of the editorial office of La Repubblica; the headquarters of Corriere della Sera (Milan and Rome); the headquarters of Gazzetta dello Sport; the headquarters of the Italian branch of Hewlett-Packard. The studio's particular attention to the link between architecture and light has led the architects to create numerous projects for art galleries, museums and public buildings. In terms of product design, the studio collaborates with many big names in international design. In 2000 they designed the Thor family for FontanaArte, with a diffuser in the original curved shape in blown glass. They won 2 Compassi d'Oro, in 1987 and 1998. Since 1999 they have been lecturers at the Politecnico di Milano at the Faculty of Architecture, degree course in Industrial Design. Since 2000 the studio continues to collaborate with companies in the world of design.