Design departement of Leucos.
Leucos was founded in 1962, Leucos resulted from a masterful merge of rising design enthusiasm in the 1960s and the most refined traditions of handcrafted Murano glass. An artistic combination of Old World glass techniques and modern engineering, Leucos has become a renowned leader of contemporary glass lighting designs.
Steeped in rich Venetian tradition, Leucos impeccably blends Old World glass techniques with 21st century engineering. While the lighting marketplace's needs for the expressive qualities of design continue to evolve, Leucos remains an inclusive lighting resource dedicated to contemporary, elegant style and timeless craftsmanship and quality as its foundation. Leucos deeply values the tradition and history that are synonymous with its name, yet continues to explore the cutting-edge techniques and innovative aesthetics that have made the company a visionary industry leader.
Leucos has progressed alongside the evolution of design, exploring new techniques of glass manufacturing and developing "light" through constant engineering innovations. With its artistic philosophy focused on the value of design, the company's offerings continue to mature, emphasized by collaborations with renowned international designers. Its reputation for impressive style has strengthened Leucos' brand throughout the world, carving a niche in both the "residential" and "contract" markets.
Designers and architects that helped create the Leucos brand to what it is now were: Diego Chilo, Mattia Chinellato, Lino Codato, Paolo Crepax, Danilo de Rossi, Defne Koz, Arik Levy, Javier Mariscal, Noti Massari, Paolo Nava, Fabio Casiraghi, Giovanni Offredi, Roberto Pamio, Renato Toso, Roberto Paoli, Jorge Pensi, Marco Piva, Karim Rashid, David Rockwell, Thomas Sandell, Tobia Scarpa, Studio Dreimann, Iikka Suppanen, Matteo Thun, Giusto Toso, Rosanna Toso and Oscar Tusquets Blanca.