'Weld Collection' by Phil Cuttance
At this year´s Salone Satellite the New Zealand designer Phil Cuttance presented his collection of handcrafted furniture, which utilises hot-air plastic welding, a process commonly used to repair broken plastic parts. In the ‘Weld Collection’, this process is used to join thin plastic components together to create furniture featuring strong and decorative edges.
The joints are made with hot-air plastic welding
to the Phil Cuttance website
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Solar lamp 'Day-Night' at day by od-do arhitekti
This year it was easier to find your way round Salone Satellite than last year, for the very good reason that the really good things were relatively easy to identify. Whereas last year many of the booths were elaborately staged, this year they were considerably more restrained, making the genuine pearls easier to discover. We have picked out some of these to present to you.
Solar lamp 'Day-Night' at night by od-do arhitekti
Creative Space Serbia – Young Serbian Designers
Serbia’s first step on the stage of the international design scene is a resounding success. With an appealing corporate image and striking products which speak a very similar, environmentally aware language, they have been able to attract a lot of attention. The platform was launched by Mikser, the Serbian cultural organisation. 148 designers applied and 10 were selected by a jury presided over by Konstantin Grcic to present their products at Satellite. Featured among them were od-do arhitekti, two female designers / architects from Belgrade who we already noticed last year. Equally noticeable are their new products, such as the Day-Night solar lamp which charges during the day and shines at night like a small starry sky.
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