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Made-to-last items created and manufactured in Italy from post-consumer recycled plastic to store food, take a meal to eat away from home, decorate the table with style, and care for the environment.
A bed with completely removable covers, expressing the intimacy of life from a time when things were made to last, and created with the ambition of accompanying the beauty of everyday life as the years go by.
Reusable masks for individual protection. Made in two sizes and certified as a medical device, manufactured in Italy using antiviral and antibacterial plastic. Replaceable filter.
A sartorial project for a timeless place to sit: an advanced construction technique melds with research into a sober and calm aesthetic, spawning an idea of comfort and lightness.
An iconic, multi-functional item designed to be used as an incense holder, candle holder or, in summer, as a mosquito coil. Simply rotate to change function.
The ideal size for your meal, with an inner container that partitions up the space. An elastic band holds the stainless steel cutlery and its containing case to the lunch box.
A set of containers for the fridge, freezer and microwave, with a special double-seal gasket designed to offer a perfect, long-lasting seal. Steam valve integrated into the form.
A collection of steel thermal containers ranging from bottles to lunch boxes and travel mugs. The aesthetics of clear acrylic caps blend with the strength and durability of steel bodies.
Expressing the economy of sign and the impact of a typographic element, this bed spearheads Poltrona Frau’s new vision. A leather structure supports a removable headboard cushion.
It’s a chair, and also a soft and flexible roof on which to sit and observe the world, an object on which to climb and slide, a tunnel, a little house to hide in and dream, and a space in which to play.
A pen that blends the function and appearance of a traditional writing instrument with the technology of a Stylus Pen. A tool with an analogue aesthetic that references the poetry of traditional writing.
A LED table lamp, with a USB port on the front for charging small devices even when the lamp is off. Light intensity and orientation may be adjusted according to your needs.
A cutlery drainer produced in Apulia using a CNC technique. The main body is made of Carrara marble; the water collector at the base can be in either Imperial green marble or Mazzaro stone.
This design evolved out of an observation of dynamism in water. A wave embraces the foot, lending its essential, elegant and recognizable shape to the upper slip-on band.
Bluetooth speaker based on the idea of sharing music on the go. With a hole in the middle and two silicone accessories, the speaker may be worn or hung on a wall.
A felt collection, a lamp and an ottoman entirely handmade in the Kyrgyz Republic, with nuances of colour and a variety of module diameters that highlight their quality craftsmanship.
This project looks at the future of the mobile work and paves the way to unprecedented opportunities and to a high degree of customization of the workspace. The challenge is to improve the quality of mobile work.
A wooden toy and a play on words, a city on a car or a car-shaped city, for hands and imaginations to play with. A toy car made of cedar wood, strong and sweet-scented, beautiful and clever.
Electronic desktop items made out of PLA, a bio plastic derived from corn. A sustainable alternative to traditional plastic, it is powered by photovoltaic cells and equipped with rechargeable batteries.
A ceramic lamp that, thanks to its asymmetrical shape, caters to multiple lighting needs, either as a hanging lamp, table lamp or wall lamp. Every aesthetic choice is based on a practical need.
One mechanical element, repeated with subtle variations in size and proportion, to create a complete series of taps and accessories, in what is a ground-breaking technical solution of great formal purity.
An experiment into the light reactivity of matter. A lampshade coated with a special resin changes colour and transparency according to the heat produced by the bulb inside.
An experimental armchair that enhances an apparently fragile paper-like material... one that turns out to actually be resistant and waterproof. The ultrasonic welds of Tyvek® sheets make it suitable for outdoor use.
A simple idea becomes an object. A pencil with a handy ABS cover, and a built-in ruler for use if needed. The internal pencil is included, but standard wooden/graphite pencils can also be used with it.
Like a real plant, this lamp needs sunlight to “come to life”. With the solar panel at the base pointing upwards, it stores solar energy. Turn it over, and it becomes a light.
The design draws on a linear fluorescent light source. Thanks to its three pivot points, the light can rotate 360°. Changing the position of the light source opens up a multitude of lighting options.
Winner of the international “Colombo Design Calls for Creativity 2009” competition, this design was conceived to reduce and optimize brass consumption while creating a thin, instantly-recognizable handle.
A flexible USB hub with a shape that may be customized to the space and layout of the sockets connected to it. For connecting multiple devices at once, in a fun, practical way.
A kitchen timer with a built-in magnet and a rubberized base, which can also be placed on vertical metal surfaces. Its soft, rounded shape allows it to spin and swing.
An iconic, functional set of scales. When the hemispherical container is full, the plate at the base of the scale turns into a convenient surface for weighing food. Touch power-on, LED screen
A travel hair dryer with a compact, spherical shape, housing a specially-designed motor that delivers 1200W of power. Removable front spout and rubber hook.
This versatile light can be clipped onto a book, or it works as a table lamp, charging on its swivel base. It turns on by opening the LED mount light head.
A polished PMMA cube made from two moving parts. When slid apart, they reveal Spin’s dual functions as a radio and a clock. This alien-seeming object conceals its complexity beneath a “total black” casing.
All calculators have keys and a screen. When Magic is off, the LED screen is invisible. Just turn it on, and it magically reveals its function. PMMA black body and rubber buttons.
The main purpose of our work is certainly to open up new horizons, but also to keep the Nespresso coffee taste and enjoyment at a constantly high level anywhere in the world.