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Elegance and innovation have always been a synonimous of style.
Thanks to its team of designers, ERRE LAB guarantees a constant aesthetical research, aimed to finding the essence of shapes, granting a strong allure.
By using the new technologies, complete product concepts are developed in very short times: passing from pantones sketch to graphic tables, continuing with suggestive 3D renderings that may also be used for the geometrical checks necessary to guarantee the style’s feasibility in relation to the given constraints.
ERRE LAB’s surface developers work in close contact with the designers and, thanks to their experience, they are able to translate sketches into 3D graphical surfaces while guaranteeing an optimal integration between the creative and industrial processes. Therefore, starting from a concept, feasible proposals are studies, including preliminary feasibility studies. With our process, we are able to propose innovative and creative ideas, that are always concrete.
The feasibility study is the first step within the engineering development of a new product.
ERRE LAB’s team combines various virtual techniques in order to validate the concepts generated during the most creative phase of product design. The Main Activities Carried Out In This Phase Are:
As for a tailored suit, once the style has been designed, it is necessary to carry out an accurate analysis in order to fit fabrics, leather, colours and seams to each Customer.
Starting from a holistic analysis of styles and trends, ERRE LAB uses future trends and determines materials, matchings, trim and colour palettes that will be used on the new product lines that are currently still under development.
We support our Customers during all phases of product prototyping: thanks to a network of certified suppliers, bonded by strict non-disclosure agreements, physical product validation is made possible in the most rapid timing. ERRE LAB’s suppliers enable production with various technologies and a wide array of materials: metal, plastics, composites, rubber and electronic components.