In 1988 renowned designers began working for Ofita. Commercially successful products emerged from this collaboration in the late eighties and nineties, such as Tecnic, designed by Guillermo Capdevila; Fórmula, Company, Axioma and the Conecta chair, designed by Adalberto dal Lago; Lisis, designed by Equipo Item and later Genius, designed by CDN.
In 2000, the Ofita brand became design and innovation oriented. With the launch of Xenon, designed by Josep Lluscà, design became an essential component transcending the product and including a series of values, concepts and attributes of the organisation.
Since then, Ofita has collaborated with internationally established designers such as King & Miranda, Lievore Altherr Molina, Josep Lluscà, Isao Hosoe and Antoni Arola. Ofita also entrusts the launch of new products to emerging Spanish designers such as Aitor García de Vicuña or Jon Santacoloma.
Founder of the design studio Ideilan Design, he has been working since 2004 with Mondragón Unibertsitatea (University of Mondragón), as a lecturer and project supervisor.
Born in Tokyo in 1942. Bachelor of Science (1965) and Master of Science (1967) in Aerospace Engineering from the Nihon University of Tokyo
Interior and industrial designer, Arola studied at the Eina School of Design in Barcelona.
The King & Miranda Design Studio is formed by two very important and prestigious designers.
Lievore Altherr Molina was created in 1991 by the merger of its three partners: Alberto Lievore, Altherr and Manel Molina Jeanenette.
Graduate in Industrial Design from the Eina School in Barcelona, Lluscà has been a lecturer for its Product Design Department and member of its Board of Governors.
Born in Vitoria in 1970, he took a diploma in industrial design from the School of Design in San Sebastian and studied at the Experimental Design School in Madrid. He took part simultaneously in interior design projects.