Vicente Garcia Jimenez was born in Valencia (Spain) 1978.
He graduated at the University of Experimental Sciences at Castellon de La Plana. His major was Industrial Design Engineering.
He later moved to Barcelona where he worked for Santa & Cole developing lighting and interior furniture.
During this period he developed a liking to objects that created life and emotions through lighting, for example his perception of the world around him using light, shadows, textures and colours to create new atmospheres.
A strong need to progress made him move to Milan, where through brief experiences, fate brought him to Udine. There, he was elected to create a new line of lamps for Karboxx. At 2005, he was hired as Art Director at the Spanish company Fambuena.
Presently Vicente lives and works at Udine where he is working on lighting, furniture and exhibitions, collaborating with companies like Cesar Cucine, Fambuena, Foscarini, Karboxx, Mido, Palluco Italia, Sinetica Industries and Tacchini.
Enrico Franzolini completed his studies at the universities of Florence and Venice, where he graduated in 1979. His youthful practice in the visual arts led him to take part to several collective and individual exhibitions, including the 1972 Venice Biennale, in the decorative arts section. Together to his artistic production, he developed strong commitment to the fields of architecture and industrial design. His firm was founded in Udine in 1981 and it addresses design themes that vary greatly in scale and scope, but share however a recognizable method and stylistic coherence. Many of his architectural works have been built, published and were granted awards. As an industrial designer, he has collaborated over the years with many of the most prestigious manufacturers in the furniture industry, such as Alias, Cappellini, Foscarini, Knoll International, Moroso