Since the beginning of the representation activity in the Far East, Atalia has sought and proposed complementary decorative products such as accessories and lighting.
Over the years, the representation relationships have grown and Atalia always inserts new brands in its proposals for customers.
Historic Italian pottery workshop. Since 1976 Bosa has been producing entirely handmade objects and furnishing accessories, which gives the objects uniqueness, quality and recognizability. Company strongly marked by research and innovation that makes it a leader in the field of design ceramics in Italy and worldwide.
Firmamento Milano designs and produces designer lamps, completely made in Italy. It makes use of great designers and architects to offer innovative and unconventional products.
Lamps created with Passion. Handcrafted. Made in Germany. Formagenda’s lamps stand for emotion and character, for a precise form language set in a new context. They resist the purely functional and the boringly fashionable without forgetting the most important vision: the love for design. Quite simply, Formagenda manufactures lamps that matter.
LOLLI e MEMMOLI designs and manufactures real light architectures by hand, always giving a new face to crystal. He winks at tradition, but above all looks to the future. The creative process they have developed lets them produce a collection available in an infinite range of colors, while also offering custom, site-specific solutions.
Founded in 1945, Oluce is the most historic Italian design company still active in the lighting field. Its lamps become furnishing elements, icons capable of creating a dialogue across generations and becoming an integral part of the fabric of the houses they live in.
Venicem is a light design studio that has developed in line with continually diversifying design research. Meticulousness regarding basic forms, design elegance, and attention to finishes outline the contours of the destinct, self-defining language with which artistic director Massimo Tonetto expresses himself. Their lamps’ simple recurring shapes – squares, circles and triangles – never tire, but instead become timeless elements precisely due to their familiarity.