THE ITALIAN LAB manufactures and sells elements of street furniture and recycling containers.
Our products made with galvanized steel/stainless steel/CORTEN or UHPC are distinguished by the sophisticated design and outstanding quality, the range of street furniture includes: BENCHES, LITTER BINS, PLANTERS, BICYCLES RACKS, BOLLARDS, BARRIERS, DRINK FOUNTAINS, BUS / TRAM SHELTERS, BOARDS, while the production of containers for recycling consists in: RECYCLING BINS (airports, train stations, shopping centers, schools, government offices, parks), EXHAUSTED BATTERY CONTAINERS, EXPIRED MEDICINE, LAMPS AND WEEE.
Due to our inner staff of architects and designers, THE ITALIAN LAB offers its customers a design for public spaces, streets, squares and parks.
THE ITALIAN LAB
Is to be able to transform city streets and parks in pleasant lounges, offering quality products for unique design both HIGH QUALITY BRAND and MADE IN ITALY.
Our production cycle is powered by a 9,000 square meters of solar paneling with a productiveness of 600 kw and thanks to 95% inner production we bring down CO2 emissions.
The Italian Lab
Is part of an industrial group, a strenghened one skilled in steel processing for over 18 years.
Our technical office for design get behind the sales office in order to offer even customized products, that’s possible because of our tailored to needs product department.
Zaha Hadid was an Iraqi born British designer and architect.
She received the Pritzker Prize in 2004 (first woman to win it) and the Stirling Prize in 2010 and 2011. She had been one of the leaders and member at the highest level of the deconstructivism trend. In 2010 The Time has included her in the list of the 100 most influential personalities of the world.
Ramos Bassols are David Ramos and Jordi Bassols, both industrial designers. The studio started in 2004, after several years of experience in different fields such as urban furniture, tableware, lighting and office furniture. Based in Barcelona, Ramos Bassols offers a personal view on contemporary design, always searching for the balance between form, function and aesthetics. Products with clean lines, yet warm and attractive for the public.
Martin Solem (born 1985) is a Norwegian designer, based in Copenhagen. He moved to Denmark, inspired by the classic Danish design, where he started working for Rud. Rasmussen. In 2014 he graduated from The Royal Danish Design School. Martin describes his work: “As a designer I always try to be innovative, but I might be a bit old fashioned in my thoughts of design. For me a product has to be realistic and useful to be called good design. What I try to do is to combine these basic thoughts with new innovative ideas”.