Look Occhiali takes centre stage at Fuorisalone
In the heart of the Design District, in Milan, some of the biggest names in Italian and international design meet up with sector lovers
An opportunity for pure contamination amid styles and attitudes, a melting pot of artistic and technical knowledge lighting up the city of Milan with events and installations.
This is one opportunity that Look, always seeking new discoveries and trends, does not intend to miss out on: alongside the most renowned Italian and international companies in the eyewear sector, it will make its contribution to this lively initiative by presenting the latest creation by designer Augusto Valentini.
Innovation and tradition are the values that the company will convey through the people, the driver behind Look's constant growth, and the product, the key player and representative of a structural revolution in the eyewear sector.
"User feedback is always an important stage for us, where we get our clients to review projects that are the result of all our work and passion, and Milan undoubtedly represents the ideal place in terms of sensibility and style", stated Augusto Valentini.
Look the concept factory is an Italian industrial company that designs and manufactures high-quality spectacles, representing a real alternative to the global eyewear sector scenario. Sharing, reliability and research are the principles guiding the Look the concept factory project, originated as a small artisanal workshop in 1978 and now organised in a vertically integrated system. The entire process relies on a network of highly specialised companies and professionals, with a wide range of skills, sharing the same way of thinking and working, to develop competitive products and services, ready to face the global market.
A true idea factory, it conducts its business in over 60 countries worldwide, maintaining its manufacturing and strategic centre in Europe, in the place where the project first came to light, the Dolomiti Settentrionali, one of the last Mountain wilderness paradises of the Unesco World's Heritage, occupying 11,000 sqm of working areas where over 200 collaborators operate on a daily basis.