The meeting of two creative paths has generated Plena, the first project created for Foscarini.
Eugenio Gargioni took a degree in Industrial Design at the School of Architecture of Genoa in 2000. After a period gaining professional experience, together with the architect Paola Traversa he founded the studio Euga Design in Milan, winning the Red Dot Design Award, the iF Product Design Award, and selection for the ADI Index.
Guillaume Albouy took a degree in Mechanical Engineering in Toulouse, completing his training with a Masters in Industrial Design. His dual background led to work designing bicycles. He later moved to Milan, where he founded the studio Ghiom, with an eclectic portfolio: sporting equipment, consumer products, graphic and brand identity design. He has won the Etoile of L’Observeur du Design and the iF Product Design Award.