Both Emanuel Gargano and Marco Fagioli are graduates of the Istituto Superiore per le Industrie
Artistiche di Urbino (1994-1998), and after a few years of professional experience, they founded
their studio in Umbria.
Their work experiments directly with a variety of materials, used both as visual tools and as a mode of expression.
They are currently involved in private home projects, installations, communications projects and industrial designs.
In 2008 they won the Good Design Award from the Chicago Athenaeum for their Multiplo project for the Indesit Company.
In that same year they also received the Kitchen of the Year award for their Anima Space Kitchen project from the Danish magazine BoBedre, designed for Binova. That same project was, furthermore, also chosen by Elle Decor International Design Awards in the Kitchens category.
The installation they designed for Vaselli, Marmomacc 2009 won them the Best Communicator Award 2009.
In 2013 they won the Design Plus for the collection 5MM designed for Treemme.
Giampiero Castagnoli graduated in mechanical engineering in 1974, and has always carried out his business in the field of taps and bathroom furnishings up to cover managerial roles in a leading company in the Italian and European market of high quality taps. Since 1985 he has completely renewed the company's catalog, taking care of the design, planning, engineering and internal production. Important patents have enriched the range of products with a significant evolution in the field of taps (for example PWS system). Over the years there have been numerous publications in specialized journals and university texts. Since 2008 he has been working as a freelancer, making his experience available to many leading companies in the taps and bathroom furniture sector.