"The Flower Tower"
Architecture, design and graphics in a single installation: a creative combination of Corian® with the innovative solution for ventilated facades by avantgarde_system. “The Flower Tower”: a pattern with an “organicvegetable” look at close distance, which transforms gradually, as the distance grows, into a delicate flight of flowers towards the open sky. Corian® for the exterior cladding of the tower hosting the atelier _avantgarde, “tattooed” with a colored, graphic motif conceived by the designers Catharina Lorenz and Steffen Kaz and applied via sublimation by TechLab Italia. Patronage of the project by the Politecnico di Milano)
(Photo credit: TechLab Italia.)
70 creative materializations of a world-class design material that were on view during the Salone del Mobile exhibition in Milan.
Interior design, architecture, decoration, colours, textures, graphics, ergonomics... kitchen, bathroom, tables, chairs, lamps, trays, outdoor furnishings, appliances, vases, accessories, office furniture... combinations with other materials, audio technology, electronics and lighting technologies... 70 times DuPont(tm) Corian(R) … 70 times over, keyword… DuPont(tm) Corian(R)
"CORIAN(R) loves MISSONI", (read more)
The Flower Tower (design Catharina Lorenz and Steffen Kaz)
Axia Bath Collection
Bisazza (read more)
Pecha Kucha Night
Perene (Fournier Group)
Poliform / Varenna
Below you will find some previews of creative materializations!
Boffi – Joe Colombo / Minikitchen
Designed by Joe Colombo in 1963, Minikitchen is a re-edition, now in
Corian®. A futuristic and practical solution that incorporates in a single
structure all the functions of a normal kitchen, allowing space advantages for
even the most confined areas. Design: Joe Colombo.
Alvin Aronson, D/A Clock
Corian®, steel, electronics. Displayed within the “That’s Design” exhibition, the large one meter long digital D/A clock made entirely in Corian® Glacier White, combines the digital and analog worlds. Its segments mechanically project onto a lat surface. As the hour changes, the segments effect a slow and seamless transition to show the new hour. Design: Alvin Aronson.
The new consolle "Luna" from the Modern Sense collection with a top in Corian® Cameo White customized with a valet tray. Available in two sizes: Design: Noè Duchaufour-Lawrance.
“Insegna anche a me la libertà delle rondini”
(“Also teach me the freedom of the swallows”)
An exhibition on the work of Italian designer Fabio Novembre, including also the scaled model in Corian® of the large outdoor installation (also in Corian®) called “SkyBaby”, and SW410 table by Meritalia in Corian®. Design: Fabio Novembre.
Conceived by the Danish designer John Sebastian, the new, elegant “Verve” chair in thermoformed Corian® challenges the traditional seating concept and captures the attention with its fluid form, its ergonomics and its three legs.
Revisited the Tanis desk, a best seller from the ‘50s. Line and form are conserved, while the desk acquires a modern look – enriched by the top in Corian® (colour Anthracite or Glacier White), supported with a metal structure that also hosts two drawers. Design: Pierre Paulin.
The Mexican design team NEL
Collective presented, within the Ciudad Satelite exhibition, four 'Trepadoras' planting vases - two in Corian® Ice White and two in Corian® Nocturne. NEL Collective are: Alejandro Castro, Cecilia León de la Barra, Emiliano Godoy, Héctor Esrawe and Ricardo Casas.
The Helleu chair pays homage to Jacques Helleu, art director of Chanel for 40 years and recently deceased. With great formal purity, its lines trace with only a few strokes its structure: three cross bars unite the 'X' formed legs, two strips of leather give form to the seat and back. Lightness and solidity combine in a highly stable and comfortable structure. The chair expresses a subtle and modern luxuriousness. The steel structure is entirely clad in Corian® Glacier White to exalt the design's essence. Design: Francois Russo.
Included in the Inside Art exhibition, the Black Boulder installation inCorian® Nocturne - a symbolic 8 meters long representation of the mountains - interprets and re-explores exteriors, projecting them towards design for interiors. Black Boulder is a mountain to be climbed, a large 'seating solution', a comfortable chaise-longue or a partition for either interiors or outdoors. It deconstructs and gives vitality to the living space. Design: Park Associati (Filippo Pagliani and Michele Rossi)