Re-inventing the same objects again and again, giving them a new form means moving new life into life and the illusion of knowing and influencing something in it.
The shape of an object is an expression of a particular state of mind, a particular sensibility and lifestyle in which the designer moves for a brief moment, then find himself a moment later in his own world, enriched and slightly changed if something of the journey is over.
The fugacity of any way of being is revealed in the widest possible form of its outer forms, so the project is the greatest adventure: to discover new and unknown appearances. The style of a designer is thus not so much in what he discovers but in the way that discovery occurs.
The ability to understand shape and perhaps to act creatively even in the eyes of the particular purpose is for me the most beautiful and exciting side of DESIGN.Learn More
Designer Philipp Aduatz has created a series of bathroom furniture resembling many of his previous works though featuring a novel and innovative character.Read More
Marqué is a set of furniture pieces: a dry bar, a console cabinet and a coffee table. The collection rethinks its use of materials – iron, copper and brass – in “cabinetmaking” terms.Read More
Its light and turned structure in solid wood interprets the architectural element of the balcony – a space to share both moments of conviviality or of intimacy as a kiss.Read More