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  • The Balloon Bowls are created by casting strong synthetic plaster into a balloon, after which a second balloon is inserted, and inflated. These two balloons act as flexible moulds, ensuring a unique shape for each and every bowl. Once the plaster is set, the balloons are removed, and a bowl appears. The colorants, which are […]


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  • Three Milano radiators, designed in 2006 by Antonia Astori and Nicola De Ponti for Tubes, have become part of the permanent design collection at Die Neue Sammlung – The International Design Museum Munich. Die Neue Sammlung, one of the most influential design museums on an international scale, can boast several world records: set up in […]


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To follow new ideas while preserving traditional values – that is the motto of our new Pen Collection for the company e+m. The Pen Collection presents exceptional writing tools in elegant shapes and innovative material combinations and surrounds high-quality wood materials with leather and solid brass: a charming and wide range for every personality – […]


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Placas is a collection of coffee table designed for indoor and outdoor settings. The project is a combination of three circle segments, having the same dimension, that complete the circular figure, keeping on sight, in the empty spaces, the support structure and the legs. The sophisticated simplicity of the project, besides highlighting the pattern, allow ample space […]


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Bembos La Fontana is part of the Bembos Burger Grill franchise in Lima, Perú. Given the triangular ground and the west faced orientation, the project took advantage of the largest front, and was raised as a huge urban screen in which inner spaces and pop graphics could be shown. This “big fishbowl” seems to be […]


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Kharkov is a city where every epoch spoke its own architectural language, “the old” and “the new” being interwoven in a dualistic unity. The building is located in the vicinity of the main square (Svobody square – meaning “Liberty”), where the dialogue between modernism (constructivism) and traditional architecture is most evident. The plot remained undeveloped […]


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