Andreucci & Hoisl
A deep friendship and shared vision of the project based on the study of the synthesis between form and function, is what underlies the collaboration between Alessandro Andreucci (1968), mechanical engineer and designer, and Christian Hoisl (1961), industrial designer. They have worked together since 2004 between Italy (Carpi) and Germany (Munich).
Alessandro Andreucci graduated in mechanical engineering at the University of Bologna, with an experimental thesis in biomechanics. After graduating, he moved to Germany, to Munich, where he began working as a trainee at the System Design studio, of which Christian Hoisl was the co-owner. In 2000 he returned to Italy, to iGuzzini illuminazione, working mainly on projects by Renzo Piano in Paris (RPBW) and by Ron Arad in London. In 2004 he opened his own industrial design studio.
Christian Hoisl graduated at the University of Applied Sciences of Industrial Design in Munich. From 1987 to 1992 he worked with Herbert Schultes and Martin Dettinger on the development of the System 25 for Bulthaup. Then, with the System Design studio, he developed kitchens, bathrooms, offices, and outdoor furniture. In 2000 he founded his own studio in Munich.