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A small container created using a 3D printer that cuts, stacks and pastes sheets of paper one by one. Nendo finished the surface with lacquer. The lacquer adhered thickly to the edges of the accumulated paper, and pulled at the paper's surface, resulting in a mysterious texture like wood grain.
For the second time,” Furniture From Greece” is participating in an international design and decoration fair. The initial show in imm, Cologne was met with enthusiasm and this time, in the heart of design, Milan, preparations have been made to make an even greater impression.
Bruno Fattorini and Partners is a company, which operates internationally in the industrial design field. Established in Milan in 2009, is the result of an extensive collaboration between Bruno Fattorini, designer and founder of MDF Italia and Robin Rizzini, industrial and visual designer.
Les Poupées, meaning dolls in french, is a first collaboration between Italian designer Luca Nichetto and French gallerist Pascale Cottard Olsson in Stockholm. The series consists of a candle holder in ceramic and a vase in glass, elegantly combined in one object.
Plusdesign presents “Weaving” Traditions, a solo exhibition signed by the Dutch designer Kiki van Eijk, made in collaboration with the gallery Secondome of Rome, NODUS Milan and Bernhardt Design in North Carolina.
John’s Phone is the world’s many elementary mobile phone. John’s Phone allows you to make and receive calls anywhere in the world: no frills and no nonessential facilities such as a camera, content messaging and an unconstrained number of ringtones.
The purpose of this project is not merely to renew the design or "transform" the image of the brand. This is "a new departure and evolution from its origin" in order to deliver the Fancl's true beauty and inspiration, cultivated in the 32 year-old brand history.
An air purifier that uses the centrifugal force created by water revolving in a tank to draw the water into the upper compartment, from where a fan vaporizes it into the air. Water that is not vaporized is caught by the sides of the compartment and returns to the tank.
The machine is attached on the wall. This helps keeping work space free and relieves the operability.The single components are seperatly affixed and completely visible. This makes the process of coffee preparation comprehensible for the user.
Only 100 of each object will be made. 100 is the perfect amount: they’re neither one-off “works of art” nor mass-produced products made in the millions. Whether its the skill of the artisans or new technologies, Nendo want to make things that are only possible, because there are 100 of them.