Pagani Automobili is a unique firm in the world of the automotive industry. In June 2016, Pagani has inaugurated the new factory and with regards to lighting, both indoor and outdoor, Neri products have been chosen. Our classic lamp post with its nineteenth-century lantern appears in a modern architectural context, alongside racing cars of great power and beauty.
It was Horacio Pagani, an Argentine of Italian origin, who founded it. He told us himself in his museum, next to the prototypes that have shaped the brand’s history. It was 1982 when he came to Italy, to Modena, with a cover letter by Juan Manuel Fangio. He started working for Lamborghini with a third-level metalworker qualification, until the Countach 25˚ project, led by him. Pagani Automobili was not officially founded until 1999, when the first Zonda, a project initiated in 1991, was presented at the Geneva Motor Show. Horacio Pagani’s first company, which subsequently became Pagani Automobili, was Modena Design, founded in 1991. The current Pagani model is the Huayra Roadster.
We are proud that Neri lamps have been chosen to illuminate the new Pagani factory, a successful combination between classic and contemporary in the name of a shared high-quality approach. Neri lamps and lanterns also illuminate the inside of the factory, in the supercar assembly area, designed as a town square, dominated by a brick-built bell tower with a large clock. In this square cars are assembled.