In Hanno Giesler’s work, there are elements typical of his homeland – Germany – and of the country where he currently lives and works – Italy. It is in fact in Cantù, in Brianza, that the architect chooses to found his studio because he is attracted by the liveliness that this land offers in the field of design. Immediately after graduating in 1991, Giesler worked at Michele De Lucchi’s studio in Milan, with whom he completed important projects (Deutsche Bank, Sparkasse). Once started his own studio, the architect started numerous collaborations with different companies in the furniture sector, including Pacini & Cappellini, for whom he created the iconic Plurimo table. Furniture, for Giesler, must be a mix of craftsmanship in the details, durability and the ability to create ideal atmospheres for living and working.