Romani e Saccani Architetti Associati

The design studio Romani Saccani Architetti Associati was founded in 1999 by the professional collaboration between the architects Michele Romani and Mauro Saccani, born some years before by sharing the entire training course, first as students of the Design Institute of the State Institute of Art of Monza, and subsequently as companions in the degree course in Architecture at the Polytechnic of Milan (1998) in the same thesis for the redevelopment and landscape enhancement of the historical settlement of “The Five Courts of Bernate” in the Municipality of Arcore which is was indicated and awarded as a positive experience by the Lombardy Region, attested 2009.

After having worked as freelancers with some architecture studios of the Milanese hinterland and having participated in various competitions both in architecture design (in 1999 they won the 3rd prize in the competition for the restructuring and expansion of the Ornago Town Hall with the project “The cube and the square” today are increasingly aimed at the product design sector and count among their customers numerous collaborations with design companies both in the lighting sector and in the mobile or interior complements sector.

Each of their new concepts stems from a conscious re-reading of the memory of the past and becomes a synthesis between imagination and concreteness, challenging the gravity of the approvals and customs. The more the generating idea will be “simple”, the more successful the project will be: therefore the “simple”, which never means banal, understood as the first form of elegance and rejection for excess and vulgarity, as an essential capacity and pure to communicate the true meaning of things.

Through the years their products have received many important awards such as Adi Design IndexPremio Compasso D’OroVSL Award and have been published on the most qualified lighting magazines and websites worldwide.


Ikebana MULTIFORME® by Romani e Saccani

Collection of “classic” inspiration made up of single pendants grouped in ever-changing scenographic settings. Drawing from the sumptuous and varied decorative sample of the classic chandelier of traditional Muranese arms, the arm of floral inspiration was chosen and identified as a representative element, blown and hand-washed by the skilled Venetian craftsmen.