Lievore, Altherr and Molina


Alberto Lievore studied architecture at the Buenos Aires Faculty while working as an interior designer. In 1972, he created HipÛtesis, a furniture showroom with its own workshops, which received widespread local recognition.

After moving to Barcelona, he created the Grupo Berengue together with Norberto Chaves, and was later joined by Jorge Pensi and Oriol Pibernat. The group carried out theoretical and teaching work and practical projects, the most important of which included Lamac, Kron and Perobell.

Together with the magazine On, they created SIDI, which acted as the international launch pad for Spanish design. In 1984, he founded his own design studio, focused on product design, consultancy and art direction.

In 1991, he established Lievore, Altherr & Molina with Jeanette Altherr and Manel Molina. This prolific design group has designed products for Andreu World, Perobell, Sellex, Arper, Thonet, Verzelloni, Santa Cole, DO+CE and Bon Estil.