The mobile landscape of new Italian design | The Plan
  1. Home
  2. Magazine 2007
  3. The Plan 019 [04-2007]
  4. The mobile landscape of new Italian design

The mobile landscape of new Italian design

Parading to the notes of Nino Rota’s march for Eight and a Half by Fellini, like a revolving merry-go-round or a sushi belt, come the objects of Italian new design. The paraphernalia of daily life: coffee-cups with spoon incorporated, scrubbing brushes turned soap-holders, triple chopsticks - an eating hybrid, the tines of east and west - classic décolletés cast in soft polyurethane. Knick-knacks, tiny goldfish bowls, silicone moulds for ice cubes, clothes pegs, tambourines with a handle, clothes-horses with their own hood, PET bottles with a spray nozzle, silicone lampshades, shopping bags made out of floor cloth, etc. After the heroism and the utopia, the all-embracing visions from spoon to city, our latest design is stuck on the spoons! From expecting to find some major new virtuosos to pit against the foreign champions now colonizing our industry, we are confronted with a chorus of...

Proceed with your preferred purchase option to continue reading

Digital

4.49 €

Print

15.00 €

Subscription

From 35.00 €
Subscribe to our newsletter:
I hereby declare that I have read the Privacy Policy and consent to the processing of my personal data.
Keep up with the latest trends in the architecture and design world
Don't miss the opportunity to join interesting education courses
Get a sneak peek of THE PLAN magazine and webzine contents
Tag
#2007  #Design  #The Plan 019 

© Maggioli SpA • THE PLAN • Via del Pratello 8 • 40122 Bologna, Italy • T +39 051 227634 • P. IVA 02066400405 • ISSN 2499-6602 • E-ISSN 2385-2054