1972 - 2004
THE YEARS OF DIVERSIFICATION
THE RIGHT PRODUCT FOR EVERY DISTRIBUTION CHANNEL
Lagostina starts a process of product diversification, seeking to meet the needs of the various distribution channels. The “Classico” range and “Moon Line®”, the higher end, are complemented by the more economical “Cadette”, targeting the mass market channel. The company consolidates its presence abroad, especially in Japan, Taiwan and South East Asia in general. The pressure cooker comes with a new function: steam cooking. The products are perfected by technologies, as is the case of the triple Lagoplan® base, and they stand out for their design, ergonomics and originality. Another iconic product is launched in 1986: Pastaiola ®, the pot to cook and drain pasta. In 1987, the evolution continues with the introduction of Slippy, the first stainless steel pan internally coated with a non-stick finish. In 1989, Modia is launched, the first range of “Accademia Lagostina” by Giugiaro, who shares the functionalist concept with the Lagostina brand: objects that are beautiful as well as useful in day-to-day life. In 2001, Lagostina celebrates 100 years, underlining the importance of people, their values and their dedication to hard work. Without the great human capital that is behind the company, this worldwide success would not have been possible.
1967 brochure. Advertising campaign in France
Detail of the three-layer base applied by 'impact bonding' (1985). Initially called 'armoured Thermoplan' or 'Super', in 1991 it was given the name 'Lagoplan'.
Catalogue for the first Gaia range, with handles enamelled in various colours, 1986.
First Pastaiola model; a pot to cook and drain pasta, 1986. The name was selected after an internal employee competition.
Slippy, the first non-stick product created by Lagostina in 1987. The coating is applied on an 18/10 stainless steel pan, in keeping with the Lagostina tradition.
Modia range designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro, 1989
Atmosphere pressure cooker, designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro, 1992.
Academy Fiveply range, highly innovative for the material employed (3 layers on the entire steel-aluminium-steel body), for the 5 layer base and for the steel casting handles, 1999.
Folder in Japanese for the Trefoil range produced with three-layer discs (steel-iron-steel), 1979
Folder in Japanese for the Axia Line of Accademia Lagostina, featuring original handles (1991).
The Italian joy for good cooking needs to be shared by everyone. An opportunity to spend time with friends and family and to meet new people. We can do that, building upon our tradition and continuing to believe in the quality, innovation and craftsmanship of our products.