Andreucci & Hoisl
Alessandro Andreucci was born in Macerata in 1968.
After graduating in mechanical engineering, he studied industrial design at the State Academy of Arts at Stuttgart, in Germany.
He started work in Munich, in Germany, with Siemens Design & Messe and then with System Design.
In 2000 he returned to Italy to join iGuzzini Illuminazione, working mainly on designs by the Renzo Piano firm of Paris. In 2003 he lived and worked in London, working in particular with the Ron Arad firm. He has had his own industrial design office since 2004. He works on a permanent basis with Christian Hoisl, a German designer with office in Munich, with whom he won the Red Dot Award, for the Pan chair by Garpa, in 2010.
Also in 2010, Ombrella, a Viabizzuno design developed with Mario Nanni, was selected for inclusion in the ADI Design Index.
His clients include Ernestomeda, Emu, Garpa, Viabizzuno, Arca, Alivar, Hotz&Hotz, Egro AG and Siemens.
Christian Hoisl 1961 born in Munich.
Studies Industrial Design in Munich.
Project leader with Herbert Schultes.
Designs sistema 25 for Bulthaup with Herbert Schultes and Martin Dettinger.
Partership with Martin Dettinger (System Design).
Designs kitchen systems and bathroom and living-room furniture. Indoor and outdoor chairs and tables.
Franke (kitchen furniture/sinks)
Toto (bathroom furniture) in Japan
Garpa (outdoor furniture) in Hamburg
Kusch (Chairs for the public sector)
Foundation of "Christian Hoisl Produktdesign".
Gaggenau (Household Appliances)
Siemens (Household Appliances)
Garpa (outdoor furniture)
Keuco (bathroom furniture)
Collaboration with Alessandro Andreucci
Emu (outdoor furniture)