Lievore Altherr Molina was founded in 1991 by Alberto Lievore, Jeanette Altherr and Manel Molina.
Alberto Lievore (Buenos Aires, 1948).
Studied architecture at the Buenos Aires Faculty. At the same time, he worked as an interior designer. In 1972, he created Hipˇtesis, a furniture showroom/shop with its own workshops, which received widespread local recognition. After moving to Barcelona, he created, together with Norberto Chaves, the Grupo Berenguer, later to be joined by Jorge Pensi and Oriol Pibernat. The group carried out both theoretical and teaching work (Chaves/Pibernat) and practical projects, the most important of which included Lamac, Kron and Perobell. Together with the magazine On, they created SIDI, which acted as the international launch pad for Spanish design. In 1984, he founded his own design studio, focused on product design, consultancy and art direction work for a number of companies.
Jeanette Altherr (Heidelberg, 1965)
Studied Industrial Design in Darmstadt, Germany, and in Barcelona. Has worked with Alberto Lievore since 1989.
Manel Molina (Barcelona, 1963)
Studied Interior and Industrial Design at the Barcelona\'s EINA design school. From 1985 to 1989, he worked with Miquel MilÓ and on his own account, in the fields of interior design and renovation, as well as stands, temporary fixtures and industrial design.
The partnership is currently working for firms in Spain, Germany and Italy, for companies such as Andreu World, Arper, Casamilano, Disfrom, Ferlea, Foscarini, Halifax, Lema, Orizzonti, Perobell, Sellex, Thonet, Tisettanta, Verzelloni, etc. They also develop interior design, packaging design, product design, consultancy and art direction projects. In addition, partnership has teaching commitments with two of Barcelona\'s universities. The partnership has received numerous awards and special mentions, both in Spain and abroad, for its work, including the Spanish National Design Award. It has held exhibitions in Barcelona, Cologne, Chicago, Stockholm, Helsinki, Lisbon, London, Louisiana, Madrid, Malm÷, Milan, New York, Paris and Tokyo. Its designs are featured regularly in Spanish and international trade magazines.