In 1739, the Italian Ruggieri brothers arrived in Paris and commenced their brilliant career as pyrotechnicians to King Louis XV. This family of pyrotechnicians has never ceased to put its art at the service of historical events and public celebrations.
From Georges II to Napoleon and Queen Victoria to the Prince of Monaco, the illustrious of this world have supported the Ruggieri brother's technical innovations, leading them to lay the foundations of modern pyrotechnics.
Ruggieri's long-established know-how, associated with today's most innovative technologies, enables them to coordinate and lead the way in multimedia shows, combining fireworks with aquatic installations, light projections, lasers, video mapping and live performers to give expression to a tailored scenography.
To realize their projects, the team uses up to 200 tons of pyrotechnics annually, conducts up to 6,000 pyrotechnic displays per year, cooperates with partners in more than 70 countries and has already implemented its projects in more than 100 countries. Among the team's projects are pyrotechnic displays on the occasion of the national holidays of France, including fireworks at the Eiffel Tower, the famous New Year's fireworks at the Burj Khalifa Tower in Dubai, fireworks on the occasion of the closing of Expo 2017 in Astana, stage effects for concerts of A-list world stars.