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Disguincio&co | Ianus

Objects Disguincio&co | Ianus

Ianus is a decorative stone tub/fountain for indoor or outdoor use. The tub is the result of a digital simulative design and CNC fabrication with a 6 axis robot, milled from a monolithic block of Gray Shadow stone, caved in Turkey.

Disguincio&co | Ianus

Disguincio&co | IanusThe design is characterized by a basin of a pure geometry, raised form the ground by a structural branching coming from a dynamic subdivision of the upper surface amplified by a gravitropic process. These irregular cave-like bodies that dig the mass, give a light base to the tub.

Disguincio&co | IanusTo amplify the reflections when filled with water, the pool is smooth polished, conversely the outer side is sanded to give a porous and soft touch to the external roots, this to better read the folds and curves.

Location: Tombolo-Padua
, Italy
Creative director: Disguincio&co | Mirko Daneluzzo + Mirco Bianchini
Project leader: Mirko Daneluzzo
Design team: Ruben Camponogara
Year: 2013
Typology: Product design – limited edition

Size: length 185 cm, width 90 cm, height 65 cm
Weight: 350 kg
Material: natural Gray Shadow stone
Client: Marmo Arredo spa
Photography and video: Roberto Bragotto
Post-production supervisor: Mirco Bianchini
Video editing: Ruben Camponogara
Fabrication: Marmo Arredo spa
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