Colos collaborates with established Italian and international designers, enabling them to draw on Cerantola's decade-long industrial experience. The result is continuous evolution, teaming manufacturing efficiency with the pursuit of aesthetic quality.
Brazilian culture and Swiss training: Christoph Jenni's design combines two very different social legacies. Born in Rio de Janeiro in 1976 to Swiss immigrants, he chose to study in his parents' homeland, graduating with a degree in industrial design from the Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz University of Applied Sciences and Arts in Aarau.
Francesco Meda, born in Milan in 1984 and a graduate in Industrial Design from the IED in 2006, began his career in London, working at the studios of Sebastian Bergne and Ross Lovegrove.
Japanese and French parents, and a life straddling Tokyo and Paris: Jun Yasumoto brings together two cultures that are worlds apart. Minimalism on one hand, romanticism on the other.
Fabian Schwaerzler was born in Switzerland, which would also be his chosen place of study: training first as a smith, and then graduating in industrial design from the Zurich University of the Arts.
Alban le Henry
After graduating from ENSCI, France's national industrial design school in Paris, Alban Le Henry began his career at the design studio of brothers Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, Compasso d’Oro award in 2011.
A native of Padua, Jeremiah Ferrarese graduated from IUAV, the Venice School of Architecture, in 2006. Since 2005, he has collaborated with Venetian architect Paolo Scagnellato, who sparked his interest in industrial design.