Ferruccio Laviani was born in Cremona in 1960, after graduation, he enrolled at the Faculty of Architecture of the Milan Polytechnic, where he graduated in 1986. He began his professional career working for Michele De Lucchi. In 1991 he opened his own design studio in Milan. Laviani mainly deals with furniture, product design, art direction and graphics. He plays the role of art design for numerous brands in the furniture industry such as Kartell, Flos, De Padova, Foscarini, Moroso etc. for which he cares not only the design of the product, but also the coordinated image, the design of showrooms and fittings for retail. Numerous Ferrucio Laviani projects are exhibited in museums all over the world. For example, the Bourgie and Take lamps designed for Kartell are part of the permanent collection of the Indianapolis Museum of Art. For Foscarini, he designed numerous lamps with sculptural forms always characterized by a recognizable and ultra-contemporary style. We can mention the Orbital design lamp and its Bit wall lamp version, made up of five different white or multicolored shapes that leave a graphic and luminous mark in the home.