An ancient heart marries technology and contemporary trends to give rise to timeless quality.
Keeping faith with the artisan tradition of our region and an extremely dynamic entrepreneurial spirit, MM Lampadari fuses past, present and future, creating lamps with enduring style, highly contemporary experimental designs, one-off items and exquisite bespoke creations.
Passion for our work, technical expertise, empathy with customer and partners alike and an international vision have always been the principles behind the development of our firm, making it a true expression of Made in Italy excellence.
MM Lampadari is founded in 1966 as an artisan business in Quero, Belluno province; combining Antonio Miotto’s skills in wrought iron with Tullio Mazzocco,s experience in the mechanical field. The name MM Lampadari comes from the surnames of the two founders. The firm works as a contractor for major Italian exhibitions.
1968 - From its original basement workshop, the firm moves to its first factory, built on a hill with views of the valley, where within a few years, it will employ a hundred staff.
In March the same year, 18-year-old Lenzia Mondin joins the firm as a secretary and accountant.
In 1973 MM Lampadari is awarded the Oscar dell’Arredamento by the government at Rome’s Hotel Cavalieri Hilton.
The first official statement confirms that after just seven years in operation, the firm has produced more than 2,000 items at the vertiginous rate of approximately one per day, using wrought iron, glass and ceramics.
This is the start of collaborations and major supply deals overseas.
In 1984 Lenzia Mondin, director of MM Lampadari, receives the Fleuroart ’84 prize.
In 1996 The first European competition for the design of wrought iron and glass lamps is launched, with the aim of supporting young talent in lighting design.
In 2013 On the occasion of the Euroluce Fair in Milan, the firm presents its new image in a range of contemporary products, adding to its classic range and with the intention of moving into the world of design and architecture.