Located in the heart of the Milan district,
known for its iconic fashion and design
influences, Impatia embodies creativity and a
flair for design in everything it does. Uniting the
traditions of Italian design, art and
craftsmanship to produce bespoke luxury
game tables. At its core, Impatia manifests the
principle of daring, distinct design that is
destined to become a true classic. At Impatia
each creation is a tale of excellence, driven by
the core value of empathy.
“Impatia was inspired from the desire to create daring and distinct design objects that would push the boundaries of the game table industry.”
The human-to-human approach creates a
journey of exploration, which is highlighted by
technical development, high-quality materials
and incomparable aesthetic refinement. The
development of each product is full of
interpretation from the first glance, becoming a
representation of a lifestyle and an instantly
recognizable identity, that pushes to reinvent
“Collaboriamo con artigiani di talento da tutto il paese, dando vita a creazioni uniche nel loro genere e interamente realizzate in Italia.”
Founders Irene Prandoni and Gregg Brodarick lead the creative process at Impatia, developing design products that showcase beautiful aesthetics along with functionality. Both with a background in architecture, the Italian and American duo bring a unique tailor-made experience that constantly aims to push the boundaries of the game table industry and bring a flair to the DNA of Impatia.
Product designer Lucia Guazzi, graduated from Politechnico Milano, is part of Impatia’s research and development team helping develop a range of design products within the collection. With a balance between technical knowledge and creative ability, Guazzi elevates the Impatia’s R&D team into creating design objects that showcase a beautiful way to have fun.
Gregg Brodarick and Irene Prandoni Founders & Creative Direction
Lucia Guazzi Research and Development
The Torino based design studio Adriano Design, formed by brothers Davide and Gabriele Adriano, designed the crystal Lungolinea table tennis and Filotto billiard table for Impatia. Established in 1997, the studio has worked in collaboration with prominent global brands. Their wide range of work has also been displayed in some of the most distinguished museums, including the Triennale Design Museum in Milan and the Chicago Athenaeum. They have received numerous international awards, including the Compasso d’Oro ADI 2014.
Architect and Designer of the Unootto crystal glass poker table for Impatia. Driven by a passion for innovation and Italian industrial design, Azzimonti established his studio in 1994 and since then has researched and developed products for Italian and international brands. He has won numerous awards, including the Platinum A’Design Award in 2017, and selections of his projects are permanently shown in The Design Museum of Barcelona.