ENZO MARI. PAPER KNIFE. Satin stainless steel. The Ameland letter opener is the result of research done by the designer, Enzo Mari, who in those years, was committed to simplifying manufacturing techniques. His designs began with semi-finished products transformed into finished products with the elementary manufacturing reduced to a minimum. This letter...
Enzo Mari, 1961. In 1961 Danese produced Benbecula paper knife, the result of Enzo Mari’s research that in those years was working on semplification of production techniques. His projects start from semi-finished elements that becomes products with elementary and minimized processing.
ENZO MARI. PERPETUAL CALENDAR. Perpetual calendar. Walnut central section, strips of ramin, steamed beech, maple. A perpetual calendar consisting of a central section with three horizontally-mobile strips of different woods and silk-screen printed days, numbers and months. A third strip of wood acts as a counterbalance. An object whose everyday use will...
BRUNO MUNARI. Desk set (2 ashtrays + 1 pencil holder + 1 paperclip holder), Anodized natural aluminium, melamine, non-inflammable.
ENZO MARI. BOX. Polished stainless steel, rosewood. From two bent metal sheets and two rosewood fillets: a pencil and object holder. Made in the rectangular and square version.
ENZO MARI. BOX. Shock and flame resistant technopolymer (class V-O/UL 94). This capacious and versatile box is an ideal container for pencils, felt-points, pens, letter-openers..., etc. The box comprises two parts (container and lid), is entirely made of stock and flame resistant technopolymer. FLORES is light, shock-proof, can reveal what it contains and...
ENZO MARI. WALL CALENDAR. Anodized aluminium, litographed PVC. Wall perpetual calendar composed by an anodized aluminium square divided into four sections indicating date's number, day of the week and month. Litographed PVC cards are supposed to be set everyday to indicate the right date:they hang on a black or natural aluminium support.
BRUNO MUNARI. PENCIL PAPERCLIP HOLDER. Maiorca has two pieces: a pencil and a paperclip holder. Smoked anodized aluminium, fire resistant melamine.
Gerardo Marì, 2013. Setubal is an elegant and subtle tool, suitable not only in the office but also in our homes. The elements (boxes, trays, magazine holders) are made through laser cutting technology and aluminum plates bending, thus the technological requirements become the distinctive elements of the project.
GERARDO MARì. CORRESPONDANCE TRAY. Painted aluminium. It is a set of object holders suitable for home and office, composed of magazine holders and A4 trays. Moreover, the set provides an A3 holder that is not usually supplied. Manufactured from the single cut and fold of an aluminium sheet, the set relies on technologically advanced materials.
MARTÍ GUIXÉ. MULTIPURPOSE SEAT. 5 cushions, removable lining, wove and padded cushions in different materials: linen, jute, cotton, viscose and polyester.
NEIL POUTON. PAPERCLIP AND PAPER HOLDER. Extruded aluminium in anodized natural; silicone base.
ENZO MARI. MEMO AND PENCIL HOLDER. Polished stainless steel.
ENZO MARI. TRAY. Colours: textured anthracite grey painted aluminium or natural aluminium.
FRANCO RAGGI. VASE-CERAMIC. Vasovasi is a set of compatible pieces for personalizing and reinterpreting an object designed by DANESE. From just one simple form come off a lot of complexes forms playing with the colors and the dimensions.
MARCO FERRERI. BOOKMARK. Stainless steel, brass sphere, packed between two magnetic strips. A very thin strip of stainless steel is enhanced by a small brass sphere, giving the object a certain importance.
PAOLO RIZZATO. MAGNETIC BOARD. Pin Up is a system conceived to hold, organise and communicate annotations. It is available in two chromatic versions, one with red tones and the other with grey tones, and in two dimensions. Is a magnetic whiteboard, but also an object-holder shelf, an organiser on which to take notes, but also a colourful support for...
ENZO MARI. TABLE PERPETUAL CALENDAR. ABS base, litographed PVC. Table perpetual calendar inspired by railway signs and therefore has an immediate effectiveness, Originated by functional need of pressing a one-piece-base and assure the object's stability. All cards spin around a pin and indicate month, number and day of the week.