The furniture company SANGIACOMO was born in 1968 in Brugnera, in the province of Pordenone, in 1971 moved to its current Cecchini di Pasiano, in 1987 acquired the Meson's kitchens, historical brand founded in 1963. The continuous attention to the development of markets, the careful research of quality aesthetic and functional, the careful selection of materials always give an added value to the products Sangiacomo able to differentiate themselves from the competition.
SANGIACOMO is a company that has achieved success thanks to the courage, creativity, and the passion with which it has worked to achieve the objectives set. Build in time always a better relationship between the quality of our products and their price. Already today, the high quality of its production makes SANGIACOMO competitive in the major European countries, where it is main condition for success. The continuous performance improvement and investment in research and development are the fundamental duty of a company that wants to maintain consistently high satisfaction of its customers.
SANGIACOMO has 200 employees, an induced of over 1500 indirect employees and a total area of 50.000 square meters dedicated to the production. System furniture with ideas and solutions that cover with great simplicity and impact the living and sleeping area with a wide choice of materials, sizes, customizable accessories. A production technology that provides customization and quality control for every single customer, the selection and use of materials that meet the most stringent regulations, a number of modern services before and post-sales are the best guarantee for our customers.
The company was born in the late 1970s thanks to the insight of the Friulian entrepreneur Giannino Lucchese, who founded it in one of the most important furniture districts in Italy. High quality and durability immediately became the hallmarks of this project.
In the 1990s, his sons Carlo Tomaso and Fabio, taking up the legacy of their father, began to design and make - at their own factory - contemporary sofas and armchairs, which stand out for their tailoring, attention to detail and innovative design. The production of sofas was soon accompanied by upholstered beds, allowing living areas and bedrooms to be furnished in consistent styles and materials. Most of the processes are carried out in-company: this allows constant control of the quality of the raw materials used, the production process and finishes, as well as the creation of customised elements.
Flexteam is a dynamic company, where the passion of people leads to the continuous development of new collections designed to provide moments of relaxation with a product that is, and will continue to be, a symbol of Made in Italy excellence.
For Flexteam, sustainability is a value that primarily involves the use of high-quality raw materials of guaranteed origin. The down used for padding and the leather for upholstery are waste products from the food industry, whereas the expanded polyurethane we use complies with the OEKO-TEX Standard 100, which prohibits the use of harmful chemicals in the production process.
Raw materials come from local suppliers and are processed in the Flexteam laboratory in Prata di Pordenone: our production is almost zero kilometers as it does not involve long-distance and polluting shipments.
Sofas, armchairs, poufs and upholstered beds are made individually, with the due care required for a handmade product destined to be long-lasting: this advantage results in economic savings and real sustainability, since the product is intended to last for many years.
Change is life, vision, strategy and crosses the worlds where Pallucco invests its design energy: light and home. Stepping away from the prevailing styles, Pallucco has always experimented with new solutions, pursuing unique shapes and objects with a powerful aesthetic, amid art, architecture and design. "You need the eyes of a sailor to see the shore beyond the horizon"....it is indeed with such eyes that Pallucco has ventured down the paths of design since the 1980s, identifying and capturing more than mere fashion, but rather embracing style trends entirely. An attentive, educated and nonconformist approach, which has enabled the company to be affirmed on the international scene since its foundation. Bearing witness to this are the exhibitions in the spaces of the Mattatoio in Milan (1987 . 1988 . 1989) and the collaborations with Peter Lindbergh and Rei Kawakubo. Rigour and urban minimalism were Pallucco's cornerstones in the 1990s, under the art direction of Hannes Wettstein, who designed for the company one of his masterpieces, the Continua bookcase, bringing to the forefront of the design world the concept of technology as a new form beyond aesthetics. After 2000, everything was all about decoration. The art direction of Jurgen Bey moves Pallucco's focus onto new forms and new formal languages.
At the same time, the group of designers who produce and experiment new solutions grows larger, exploring the frontiers of contemporary design with the freedom of expression which is the most authentic signature of the Pallucco style. Hannes Wettstein, Jean Nouvel, Tom Dixon, Jaime Hayon, Christian Deuber, Sergio Calatroni, Denis Santachiara, Kazuhiro Yamanaka, Enrico Franzolini, Lagranja Design, Susanne Philippson, Matalie Crasset, Constance Guisset and Brian Rasmussen create exclusive pieces for Pallucco that distinguish the style of a think tank where multicultural design trends merge together to form unique concepts. The current production is a fusion of contemporary, historical and timeless objects. The Fortuny lamp by Mariano Fortuny, the visionary masterpiece of the beginning of the twentieth century, best represents the spirit. Pallucco has a history with roots in a prestigious past that looks keenly to the future.