GAYA table, simple and poised. A creative shape that priviliges technological materials.
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I’m using both black tinted incandescent bulbs and black light bulbs that can be used for different moods. The black tinted incandescent bulb emits a natural ambient light. The black light bulb emits an ultraviolet radiation which is invisible to the human eye. By having the shape around the bulb fluorescent, the observable light will be the actual glow of the structure.
Quatro is a unique unit, in which the doors have uncertain quadrilateral shape. Meaning, when opening the door you will not only watch the stuff behind the door, but also it shift your sight through gap in each door, you will make quick view what is in next door, there is sense of curiosity in Quatro.
The booth area, designed by the architect Marco Porpora, is meant in fact as an ideal building yard with an open and modular structure, that houses Ariostea’s floor and wall coverings from its traditional sizes to the big ones, going through the innovative slabs and ending into the very large formats with the ULTRA project.
The SHY Light (taking its name from the initials of the designer’s grandmother) uses the spare beauty of thin LED tubes to define the edges of its shape; in this way the function of the piece is created by its form, and vice-versa. It is also inspired by crystalline structures, both by the shapes they take as well as their growth.
As a concept for the ceiling we work for an atmospheric and changeable surface that could change in shape, height and ambience, so every moment could look different depending the place you were lookin at, and depending on the exterior natural light, or night light, and all together with a technical lighting towards the clothes
Milkywave reflects on the practice of city-making through the objects that populate the collective memory; an attempt to rethink how seemingly mundane things with a material substance, shape, texture and color along with unique cultural habits and environmental conditions coalesce to form the atmosphere and character of the city.
Along the perimeter the clothes hang from a shelf. An entire wall is covered with backlit mirrors amplifying the perception of the narrow ground floor. Tables and counter are real jewels. Designed and manufactured as unique pieces for Idrisi in the shape of cages or as a huge crumpled aluminum sheet.