the moto rocker, designed by felix monza, is for little, engine-enthused dreamers.
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it is said that inside this pavilion, visitors experience the cleanest, purest air in the entire city.
the series illustrates the team's exploration of the possibility to propose unique objects by standardizing only the process and integrating this concept to the ecological idea of upcycling old and unwanted.
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comprising a dining armchair, sofas and side tables, the vimini collection takes cues from nanna ditzel's basket chair, finished with traditional braiding.
an arrangement of sliding doors in the lateral facade allows a natural crossed ventilation, that apart from lowering the temperature, promotes an opening of the interior to the urban set.
the system is produced at the highest standards, the upholstered sections look and feel permanent, although they can be removed at a moment’s notice.
the building draws inspiration from its adjacent context, a context that looks like the set of a miami vice stake out.
maruni launches their 2018 collection at this year's salone del mobile consisting of two wooden chairs by designers naoto fukasawa and jasper morrison.
designboom dropped by to see the new the collection and say hi to the designer.
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could the jagged edges of a 3D printed wall be the new exposed brick in trendy interior design?