Bocci It is a company of design and manufacture contemporary based in Vancouver, Canada, with a satellite office in Berlin, Germany. Founded in 2005 by entrepreneur Randy Bishop, who remains the owner and will operate the company along with its creative director Omer Arbel, Bocci It operates a network of individuals, craftsmen, designers, technicians, agents and operatives, organised on a cooperative design community.
Although young and based in North America, the company has grown to compete with the leaders of the sector European traditional, such as Flos, Artemide, and Louis Poulsen mainly with his best selling and critically acclaimed spider-14 series and accessories electric 22 series. Bocci products are sold in more than 20 countries around the world and can be found at dealerships like us; Lumianire, advises Interiors, viaduct or Neumarkt.
His pieces also can be found in the work of architects and designers such as Herzog & de Meuron, Norman Foster, Andrée Putman and Yabu Pushelberg. The brand launches new collections a year at the major international fairs such as the Milan Furniture Fair, ICFF and Maison & Objet. In 2010, that since then it has become a landmark in the history of the company, Bocci large scale exhibited a lighting installation in the Gallery of Rossana Orlandi, Milan.
The collection includes Bocci furniture high motivated conceptual crafts, lighting and electrical accessories, all designed by Omer Arbel.
Bocci He began to produce their parts in a renovated barn outside of Vancouver, with some outsourced components. In 2007 the company moved to a former printing building in downtown Vancouver, has invested in facilities and production equipment, and now manufactures its pieces in your home.
Awards from the collection Bocci they have won several design awards international, including the ID magazine annual design review, Red Dot Design Award, the Chicago Athenaeum Good Design Award, and nominations for the D & AD Yellow Pencil Award and the prize German's design of the Federal Republic of Germany.