Since the outset, Zucchetti has been a design-oriented company with a strong cultural identity, based of the awareness that industrial design is not born of the creativity of a single individual, but is achieved solely through the collaboration of a group of people who jointly contribute the skills needed for the realization of the project.
Research and innovation, design and product quality have always been the cornerstones of the company's philosophy. A ground-breaking study of formal aesthetics, supported by the collaboration of the best designers - such as Matteo Thun, Ludovica+Roberto Palomba or William Sawaya, just to mention a few - and the constant application of advanced technology, allow the timely evolution of products to meet new trends, or respond to the requirements of the global market in an increasingly effective manner.
Today the Zucchetti brand enjoys international recognition, owing to its communication initiatives, the presence of its products in prestigious showrooms worldwide and participation in contracts or residential projects authored by the most influential architects.
In all its collections Zucchetti interprets contemporaneity through a global project: while asserting the brand's identity, the company is open to cultural exchanges and aware of the complexities of present-day society.
The Zucchetti catalogue is the best representation of the company's wish to entertain international relations, interpreting a wide variety of tastes, for users who have elected well-being as a primary value, and who choose to surround themselves with unique amenities, to be enjoyed day by day.
Appartement in Paris by Studio UdA› To the article
The special things – for everyday life
Today, faucets created by highly paid designers are ugly, or so claims Hans Magnus Enzensberger at least. The exhibitors at the ISH were no doubt more upbeat about their products, and put much effort into presenting their new fittings, basins and everything else that belongs in a bathroom.
Crisis? What crisis?
At this year's ISH, the "World's Leading Trade Fair for the Bathroom Experience, Building, Energy, Bathroom, Air-Conditioning Technology and Renewable Energies" in Frankfurt the economic crisis did not take centre stage. Visitor and exhibitor numbers almost matched those of the previous year and an upbeat outlook was palpable - almost defying the crisis, as it were.› To the article