/ DDN IT 231 / June - July 2017 <“We don’t like to associate the language of our projects with a specific style - say the designers Francesca Lanzavecchia and Hunn Wai -. When we design, we don’t know in advance what will be the shape or character of our objects. We entrust the language to key values, such as the research, the respect of the production process and of the materials and the lightness.
Our visual language evolves with us, taking into account our areas of expertise, the travels we do, the people and the companies with whom we collaborate... All this can be found within the projects we presented this year at
Scribble, designed with @decastelli_official , is a family of tables characterized by an infinite number of configurations, which celebrates the metals, the incredible oxidations and surface finishes of the company.
Flabello is a series of silver-plated glass table mirror and divider made by the skillful hands of @gallottieradice’s craftsmen.
Polyhedra for @nodusrug , is a collection of two rugs, a limited edition of three pieces, made of handknotted bamboo silk and wool.
Soft Nest, a woodpecker house and feeder that consists of an organic silicon rubber house framed by a cloche-vitrine. It was presented at the La Triennale di Milano within the collective exhibition House of Birds, promoted by the company @action_giromari and curated by Roberto Giacomucci.
Finally, Veriscopio, a more conceptual project: a contemporary utopian talisman, made for the Talisman exhibition curated by Barbara Brondi and Marco Rainò, organized by the collective @inresidence ”.> Thanks Laura Galimberti and Design Diffusion for the nice interview.
Il tavolino della linea #Eyelet di #HenrikPedersen per #Houe in metallo verniciato a polvere e disponibile in diverse nuance, si sposta facilmente grazie al gancio centrale. Adatto per l’indoor e l’outdoor.