In the work of Hanno Giesler, typical elements from his homeland, Germany, and from the country in which he currently resides and works, Italy, meet. The architect chooses to base his studio in Cantù, Brianza, just because attracted by the livelinessthat this land has always offered in the field of design and construction of fine furniture. After graduating in 1991, Giesler worked for a period at the studio of Michele De Lucchi in Milan, with whom he made important projects (Deutsche Bank, Sparkasse). After founding his study, the architect launches numerous collaborations with leading companies in the furniture industry, including Pacini & Cappellini, for which he made the famous and iconic table Plurimo. The furniture, for Giesler, should be a mix between the carefully crafted details, durability and ability to create an ideal atmosphere for living and working.