• Born in Feltre in 1939, Luciano Bertoncini moved to Treviso where he worked in the studio of the architect Vittorio Rossi, gaining experience in the construction and design sectors.

    In this period he designs the Zattera bed and the Italian Look living room furniture which, thanks to their innovative content, help to define modern Italian furniture. He meets the Designer Joe Colombo, who, as the art director of the Elco company, inserts the Gronda coat hanger in his catalog, which in 1971 won the second prize in the Abet Print competition. After the sudden death of Joe Colombo he realizes the executive part of his project for the exhibition “Italy: the new domestic landscape” at Moma in New York. With his studio in Treviso, he deals with design and architecture. With the Aprilia company, he also designed the Tuareg Wind motorcycle, selected at the XIV ° Compasso d'Oro. In the furniture sector he designs for various companies and, with the Bellato company, he was selected at the 10th Compasso d'Oro with the Onda bed. He follows the corporate image of Technogym, Seventy, Aprilia, Diadora, Invicta and Belstaff of which he is also designing the single-brand stores. In 1999, the city of Oderzo dedicated a personal exhibition of his thirty years of activity to him, with a publication edited by Virginio Briatore, presented by Sergio Polano, RDE Ricerche Design Editrice.

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