Lorenzo Bruscaglioni, lighting designer, began his career in the photographic field working at the most important still-life and fashion studios, until he became director of photography for various TV programs.
In 2001 he became a consultant at Studioluce where he deals with lighting in the artistic and cultural field. In 2007 he founded the company Luminae Lighting Design which deals with lighting design in the most varied applications. He is a lighting design teacher in prestigious institutes like Marangoni, IED, NABA. Since 2014 he has been a member of the board of AILD Italian Lighting Design Association and since 2016 of the artistic collective Borderlight which operates in the public space.
Nicola Golfari, architect, has been collaborating with important Milanese studios since the 1990s, training in the sector of interior architecture and product design.
In 2009 he was the inspirer and co-founder of the Recession Design collective, an international group that investigates the relationship between design and the DIY approach. With Recession Design he participates in numerous exhibitions and workshops in Italy and abroad. He is the co-author of two books on the collective experience and DIY themes published by Rizzoli. He is the creator of the Lifetools brand for which he designs accessories for the world of frailties that promote a new design for all approach. In 2015 he opened the NGA studio, focusing his activities in the Retail and residential sector and starting the collaboration with Luminae Lighting Design.
For Reggiani Illuminazione they have collaborated for the conception and development of the Frame system, conceived as a modular architectural structure with infinite compositions, which can act as a support for different types of fixtures and integrated technologies.