Month: January 2015
Sfera: A space oddity in kitchen
Back in the early 2000s, Sfera is a teapot that resemble everything but a teapot in fact. If it’s true that “form follows function”, we have to admit that when everyone has 3 times as many objects as he needs, some of them could be a little less functional just to be much more decorative. My principle is: A product of design is first of all a sign: it conveys a meaning.
It’s a coffee pot, OK?
This one is a coffee pot, believe me. You know the moka? Well this is much more appealing and it features an handle specifically designed to avoid burns on fingers. #coffee #coffeepot #moka #kitchenware#productdesign #stylish #3D #rendering
— drinking coffee.
A little bit of fashion?
Cafe Trail Racer Project
The Cadrega chair
This chair was my first project right after graduation at the Polytechnic University of Milan. I wanted to explore the limits of curved tubes so I created a sinuous continuous line, bearing in mind that it was meant to be used as a seat so the functional and ergonomic aspects must be taken into account. #chair #armchair #design #interiordesign #furniture #stylish