During the Salone del Mobile 2012, MINI presents a probing, thought-provoking and inspiring concept created by the Dutch design duo.
Inspired by the iconic architecture of Antoni Gaudi, the GAUDI folding screen plays with the qualities of light and with natural organic forms.
‘Inspired by the bubbles formed in the Spanish summer rain…’
The centerpiece of the exhibition is a show featuring Twizy in an amazing, electro-ambient dance routine.
He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not… ME QUIERE, a stylish daisy arranged on the table, is nothing but an expression of happiness.
‘cupnoodle matryoshka’ and ‘cupnoodle forms’ special souvenirs for NISSIN CUPNOODLES MUSEUM.
Giulio Iurissevich has created this beautiful illustration for morfae, as the first step of our collaboration.
Transparent, colourful and totally pop, Ruckzack is intended to attract attention …and assure a quick airport security screening!
An inflatable lounge mattress for both indoor and outdoor use that allows two different positions, to lie down or to buckle up the arms and lounge.
A beautiful drinking fountain for public spaces made of 100% recyclable rotational moulded LDPE polyethylene.
A three kitchen herb pot set that perfectly fits in with the rest of the kitchen elements and allows one to grow and have plants handy while cooking.
Distancing itself from fast-moving trends and fashion, the brand focuses on quality and functionality, with aesthetics characteristic of a timeless minimalism.
A case that transforms to a stand with the addition of a coin. Just insert a coin into the different gaps to find the most appropriate standing angle for the phone!
Riveli Shelving is a modular, wall mounted furniture system that dynamically incorporates artwork within pivoting shelves.
Far beyond the realm of fashion photography, this lookbook is a cultural project, a topography of the socio-political context of the American Dream.
The lamp belongs to a collection of Light Fixtures designed in-house at Holly Hunt. Launched at West Week L.A. 2012.
Gravel plant 01 and 02, designed in 2010, are the first two pieces of a series based on industrial archeology, inspired by Becher’s photographs.
Plant support with a ‘natural’ look that transforms a flower pot to a mini vertical garden.
Its form, a rod based on a structure resembling a tree branch or insect, creates the feeling of an uncanny, ethereal, almost alien presence.
A striking concept for a mechanical watch with a set of three interwoven tapes instead of the traditional dial arrangement.