Venlet was born in 1958 Victoria, Australia of Dutch parents. He studied interior design at Sint-Lukas, the Institute for Architecture and Arts in Brussels.
Following his cooperation with Neil Burley (1988) and Marc Newson (1998 to 1990) he eventually opened up his own studio, Venlet Interior Architecture, in 1991. His design projects range from private mansions, lofts, bars and restaurants all the way to showrooms and offices of large companies. Recent examples are ‘Savagan’ Hairdressing salon in Brussels and ‘La Belgique des Autres’ exhibition in St Etienne.
The interior projects and the furniture designs of Venlet are characterised by their contemporary international style. He says that the objects arise from an interaction between art, sculpture and function. These objects give a new description to the space in which they are placed - with respect, but also with relative humour. Venlet objects are discreet, but for this reason, no less obvious.
Ivan Palmini was born in Civitanova Marche (MC) in 1960, where he lives. When he completed his architectural studies in Venice in 1983, he began his interior designer activity. In 2003 the ADI (Italian Design Association)selected him with the project "Osso" for the Golden Compass, a national prestigious recognition.
Palmini has been co-operating with Babini since 1996. Among other product lines he designed CUBIKO, top executive line and RIGA reception.
Luca Scacchetti was born in Milan in 1952, where he lives and co-operates with many important furniture, lighting and decoration companies, both at national and international level.
In 1987 he obtained, among the others, the post of Architectural Planning teacher in the department of Architecture at the European Design Institute of Milan and the post of Architecture and Urban Studies at the Fine Arts Academy of Brera.
Since 1978 he has been directing the Scacchetti office, dedicated to product design and Urbanistics.