JAR è un vaso per piante, un oggetto imperfetto perché è un vaso rotto, e quindi incapace di funzionare come recipiente.

JAR è un vaso per piante, un oggetto imperfetto perché è un vaso rotto, e quindi incapace di funzionare come recipiente.

JAR è un vaso per piante, un oggetto imperfetto perché è un vaso rotto, e quindi incapace di funzionare come recipiente.

JAR è un vaso per piante, un oggetto imperfetto perché è un vaso rotto, e quindi incapace di funzionare come recipiente.

RadicediK -  AlterEgo by Eva Alessandrini & Roberto Saporiti. This square seat is comprised of an apparently compact and chromatically uniform structure. However, it contains multitudes: through a series of spatial reformulations, it cleaves into two smaller cubes of a different chromatic aspect, thus manifesting its versatility and multiplicity.

RadicediK - AlterEgo by Eva Alessandrini & Roberto Saporiti. This square seat is comprised of an apparently compact and chromatically uniform structure. However, it contains multitudes: through a series of spatial reformulations, it cleaves into two smaller cubes of a different chromatic aspect, thus manifesting its versatility and multiplicity.

RadicediK - Gaudio, by Gianfranco Colombo. This wooden wine bottle display is inspired by the mathematical catenary curve, the freest form for the distribution of loads in engineering. As the fundamental principle used by Antoni Gaudí in his design of the Sagrada Familia, the catenary curve is celebrated here with six layers of wood glued together to form four four arches, yielding a total of 24 arches.

RadicediK - Gaudio, by Gianfranco Colombo. This wooden wine bottle display is inspired by the mathematical catenary curve, the freest form for the distribution of loads in engineering. As the fundamental principle used by Antoni Gaudí in his design of the Sagrada Familia, the catenary curve is celebrated here with six layers of wood glued together to form four four arches, yielding a total of 24 arches.

RadicediK - Guna Lamp by Maddalena Turchini. Wall lamp composed by a fixed base where different decorative items can be mounted and dismounted: a loom with a fixed woof and variable warp. A weave made by nylon strings is fixed on a backlit plexiglass plate, forming the supporting element on which variable warps form the chromatic and decorative element

RadicediK - Guna Lamp by Maddalena Turchini. Wall lamp composed by a fixed base where different decorative items can be mounted and dismounted: a loom with a fixed woof and variable warp. A weave made by nylon strings is fixed on a backlit plexiglass plate, forming the supporting element on which variable warps form the chromatic and decorative element

RadicediK - IF by Beppe Trifirò & Maria Carmela Ventura. Double sided mirror/lamp. A monolith, a pure element. If is a pane that connotes stability, permanence, perfection, purity. It is a symbol of freedom. With the touch of a button, a light from “inside" projects on the outer surface the poem "If" by Rudyard Kipling

RadicediK - IF by Beppe Trifirò & Maria Carmela Ventura. Double sided mirror/lamp. A monolith, a pure element. If is a pane that connotes stability, permanence, perfection, purity. It is a symbol of freedom. With the touch of a button, a light from “inside" projects on the outer surface the poem "If" by Rudyard Kipling

RadicediK - In Volo by Fabio Pedaletti & Andreea Ioachim. Set of shelves composed by three modules representing seagulls hovering in the air.  Flight as expression of freedom. Books as a means of elevation, inviting the reader to soar through the spaces of the mind, embark on voyages of the imagination, traverse universes of thought and possibility. Combined, these two concepts yield a flock of free form shelves that are conceived of seagulls hovering in the air.

RadicediK - In Volo by Fabio Pedaletti & Andreea Ioachim. Set of shelves composed by three modules representing seagulls hovering in the air. Flight as expression of freedom. Books as a means of elevation, inviting the reader to soar through the spaces of the mind, embark on voyages of the imagination, traverse universes of thought and possibility. Combined, these two concepts yield a flock of free form shelves that are conceived of seagulls hovering in the air.

RadicediK - Unchained by Alberto Gerola.  Symbolizing broken chains, this lamp consists of three parts: a stone base, a fixed ring and a broken, mobile ring, which at each end has a LED light source. The object can be either mounted on a wall or on the ceiling

RadicediK - Unchained by Alberto Gerola. Symbolizing broken chains, this lamp consists of three parts: a stone base, a fixed ring and a broken, mobile ring, which at each end has a LED light source. The object can be either mounted on a wall or on the ceiling

RadicediK - Karriola by Luis Sune Inspired by the concept of reusing materials previously employed for different functions, KARRIOLA is a wavy lounge chair made of galvanized sheet metal deriving from the rolls of iron grates. Mounted on a central wheel, it has two handles for complete mobility – and freedom. Each piece is 100% handmade

RadicediK - Karriola by Luis Sune Inspired by the concept of reusing materials previously employed for different functions, KARRIOLA is a wavy lounge chair made of galvanized sheet metal deriving from the rolls of iron grates. Mounted on a central wheel, it has two handles for complete mobility – and freedom. Each piece is 100% handmade

RadicediK - Jar by Ettore Contro & Mirco Monopoli JAR is a flower pot, an imperfect object, unable to function as a container. To do this, it requires a support, a rope to hold the parts together so that it can host a plant.  One day, when the plant has grown enough and its roots are spread all over the ground, the rope will no longer needed. The plant and pot can live in harmony, each one essential to the other in perfect balance.

RadicediK - Jar by Ettore Contro & Mirco Monopoli JAR is a flower pot, an imperfect object, unable to function as a container. To do this, it requires a support, a rope to hold the parts together so that it can host a plant. One day, when the plant has grown enough and its roots are spread all over the ground, the rope will no longer needed. The plant and pot can live in harmony, each one essential to the other in perfect balance.

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