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Rampinelli Edizioni

Rampinelli Edizioni

Rampinelli S.p.A. has been working since 1913 in the Industrial sector with Clients from all over the world, with one constant guiding mission, achieve excellence in production and realize top quality products.

Complex constructions and machining on heavy thick steel plates give life to impressive functional architectures with centesimal precision, used in the civil, automotive, steel, renewable energy and space sectors.

The passion for new challenges and new ventures led to the collaboration with Sovrappensiero Design Studio. From this partnership, Rampinelli Edizioni was born: a new furniture brand that combines Rampinelli technical and production know-how with the contemporary design of Sovrappensiero.

The first collection, consisting of a table, a bench and a hanger, presents a selection of the manufacturing processes, such as the CNC plasma cutting, CNC milling and manual TIG welding.

"We have embarked on a journey with the company and launched this project to share with a wider public this Italian excellence and the quality of their work. The company's know-how has allowed us to approach the project as if we were working on a tailor-made suit: the choice of steel plates and profiles of different sections and thicknesses like the choice of fabric; the plasma cutting of the parts according to the project, such as the cutting of the pieces of fabric that follow the patterns; fitting: the parts are joined manually with small welding points and with the aid of temporary components that will first be welded to the rest of the product to give structure and then removed, just like the fitting of a bespoke suit; finally, expert welding with an infusible tungsten electrode, like the seams of a seamstress hidden in the right places," stated Lorenzo de Rosa.

 

Sovrappensiero Design Studio

Sovrappensiero Design Studio was founded in 2007 by Lorenzo De Rosa and Ernesto Iadevaia, designers from south of Italy, now based in Milan. Recognized among the most interesting emerging designers in the Italian scene, over the years they have proved that they know how to approach the project from different points of view: experimental research but also industrial production, the limited edition next with the art design world but also the small functional intuition, set-up design and interior design. The solicitations of the street culture marry the stimuli of art and contemporary design and so the synthesis of Sovrappensiero begins to be recognizable, respected and required: today they collaborate with different companies of Italian design such as Porada, Bialetti, Mamoli, Vibram, NAVA, Corraini, WayPoint and Manerba, as well as with the Polytechnic of Milan, the University of Bologna and NABA.

 

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Leucos was established in Venice in 1962, where craftsmanship has always been a synonym for art. We chose glass because it represents our local tradition, but behind our work there has always been a global idea. Design goes beyond borders and designers see Leucos as an innovation lab. Our core business includes research, experimentation and interpretation, and it evolves continuously. Design, materials, techniques, technologies and exceptional human resources are the main contributing factors to Leucos’ success.

i migliori footon del mondo Nowadays, as technology advances very rapidly, and industry rushes to produce accessories that are stamped and made for mass consumption, we look toward tradition, smart design and particular materials, that are distinguished by specific characteristics or their natural essence and combined them with cutting edge technology. From these ingredients selected products that have to be individually processed, refined and cared for by man are produced. LUTMAN Design studio was founded in 2005 by Boris Lutman, and since then has developed a variety of graphic and industrial products. In 2014 it developed SWICH, an elegant wireless charger that immediately gained great success on the Kickstarter crowdfunding platform. SWICH represents advanced technology that was developed at the end of the 19th century by Nikola Tesla, who spent his youth also in Slovenia, in a more refined and romantic form. LUTMAN Design Studio transforms technology into high-end design accessories, with particular attention being given to materials and functionality. With a child's curiosity and accumulated experience, the studio continues to develop new products that impress for their usefulness and elegance. TaleTile is a new way of telling, keeping memories alive and arousing curiosity through the design, production and sale of furniture objects, designed by Daniela and Marco Marseglia. Be them fables, tales, or those sayings belonging to folk tradition, those stories chosen for the collections have contributed over time to promote a willingness of sharing the cultural baggage peculiar to certain peoples and to various historical periods. TaleTile items are the outcome of a collaborative design between craftsmen and designers. Every collection is limited and numbered edition. Each piece in the collection is different from the other, so different finishes are to be considered as a value of a product made by craftsmen, and not as a manufacturing defect. Terrazzo tiles production is an art that was born, developed and handed down from ancient times to the present day. The evolution of techniques and the development of technology now allow us to manufacture top quality products, designed and created to give shape to our way of life and the surrounding environment. Grandinetti focuses on and develops in this direction: located in an area rich in high quality material, the company has evolved from generation to generation, masterfully using craft techniques along with modern production processes. With its extensive experience and commitment to constant research, Grandinetti has become a leader in the sector thanks to its intelligent production choices that can reinvent products, combining a taste for beauty with faith in the timeless classical canons.

A brand for household products designed and produced in Italy. The interest in craftsmanship and decoration led her to experiment with several local artisans, giving life to a new kind of expression of limited edition design. An approach focused on a decorative language that combines handmade techniques, freehand drawings, textures and suggestions, as a plot of a story, in a very contemporary way.

Design Mood is an on line window for products and furniture designed by young designers and manufactured by a traditional company. The result of Cesare Roversi Arredamenti being aware that it is an "agile, fast" company when turning a designer's project into furniture. Each designer has direct contact with the production world and sees his/her ideas created through direct relations with the company. The concept foresees use of just one material - at first this will be a multi-layered birch laminate - production techniques using numerical control machines, use of hardware but no glue, to design furniture, games, accessories and ornaments that are top quality, economical, project and production solutions earning high royalties, of the product cost on each product sold. Internoitaliano is a new system for the production and sale of designer furnishings, created by Giulio Iacchetti, that brings Contemporary Italian Design to the worldwide marketplace. Internoitaliano's ambition is to restore a sense of normality to design. Its products are designed to be long-lasting and become part of everyday life with personality and discretion. For this reason, every project is stylistically independent and can adapt to a variety of contexts, differing in terms of both space and time, all the while maintaining a quiet presence, worlds apart from the self-engrandizing nature that often characterizes contemporary design.

Demo Design Studio was born from the experience and passion of Paolo Demo, built around research and innovation.

It is the first ceramic design studio in Italy to offer creative direction, research and innovation.

Based in Bassano del Grappa (VI), Italy.

Mai eccessivo, il suo gusto romantico si ritrova anche nelle numerose illustrazioni che ha collezionato negli anni. La maggior parte di esse indaga i vari aspetti della dolce vita italiana, a cavallo tra buon cibo e interazioni sociali. Alcuni dei suoi disegni sono stati pubblicati su prodotti editoriali come Fashion Illustrated e il libro 'Le ricette dei designer', edito da Editrice Compositori.

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“lèucos[λευκóς]=white – “white, pure and bright are the essence of modernity; representing our desire to create a fresh design perspective, our courage to discover new possibilities, and our drive to beautify the spaces of our daily lives””

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The first collection -consisting of a table, a bench and a hanger- is based on the composition of geometric solids: the archetypal forms generated to bring the rough aesthetics of mechanical engineering into the intimacy of the domestic environment.

Finally, the type of painting is inspired by the colours of the industrial machinery also present in the company.

i migliori footon del mondo Qi Wireless charging is an inductive power charging standard that is quickly finding its way into many modern lowpower operated devices. This technology needs a transmission pad and a device that supports Qi charging for acting as the receiving terminal. While most of the readily available Qi charging transmission pads are hideous and not useable as compared to wired charging devices, Lutman design on the contrary are proving that Qi charging could too be elegant and effective. SWICH is a new range of wireless chargers designed by Slovenia’s Lutman design that have done away with the bland designing and disadvantages while accessing the devices being charged wirelessly. After having successfully raised their monetary goals on Kickstarter back in July 2014, SWICH Wireless chargers have now opened sales to the general audience. SWICH is basically a modern design beauty that makes use of microsuction platform and places the device at a useable viewing-angle whose orientation could be changed easily. Who said Qi charging devices always have to be boring and lacklustre? SWICH takes designing of wireless charging to the next level by making use of elegant Italian ceramic, Walnut and a two layer Microsuction tape that would hold on to any type of mobile device. The orientation of this wireless charger is its best takeaway apart from its distinguished and bold design. SWICH places your mobile phone at an elevated 45° angle which makes it perfect for accessing your device even while it gets charged. Apart from the viewing angle that this wireless charger provides, it also allows your mobile phone to easily swap between a horizontal and a vertical orientation by tilting the top layer accordingly. The sustainable ceramic material helps in firmly holding the device while being wirelessly charged and the 180° shifting upper pad provides better functionality and usability to the device even while it gets charged. The elegant silhouette combination of ceramic and walnut wood easily makes the device blend into every workspace yet be far away from being hideous. This userfriendly wireless charger allows devices builtin with Qi charging capability or even the otherwise to charge wirelessly with some extensions. For devices without Qi charging support, special wirelessly charging cases for iPhones are available which work pretty well with SWICH. Those who are based on Android and lack Qi charging could make use of an external Qi Wireless receiving patch that connects with the MicroUSB slot of your mobile device and placed over the charging panel. Once connected, your mobile phone will acknowledge you of the wireless power transmission and you could resume work as usual! Although there might be plenty of readily available wireless chargers on the market, none of them get the job as effectively and fashionably done as SWICH. Where wireless chargers are just looked upon as a way of charging devices, SWICH brings the much needed taste of design and elegance which has to complement the way technology is evolving. Pinocchio Collection is a cellulose colored and laser engraved carpet collection. Eight patterns, assembled and repeated in various ways, give life to eight characters: Pinocchio, the Talking Cricket, the Fairy with Turquoise Hair, the Cat and the Fox, Geppetto, Mangiafuoco and the Terrible Dogfish. The collection peculiarity is due to the fact that the customer can decide whether to purchase directly the carpet dedicated to the favorite character or order it later, after the purchase of the box . With the box you can learn more about the whole collection by experiencing the content. Our customers are a consumer public paying special attention to design, to quality of materials used and process; wanting something that lasts and is robust. Our target is sensitive to new aesthetic trends, is used to buying on line, with an ample catalogue of original, well-designed, design items at accessible prices. Our goal is to produce formally elegant items (furniture), with care over materials and choice of shape, searching for those links to the past which we know give objects their charm and value. Top design and manufacturing quality products at competitive prices. Players involved in design and production are all responsible for contributing to project success and diffusion as word-of-mouth can be of fundamental importance. The collection. Each object is, in itself, autonomous and versatile, able to take its place in a variety of settings as they evolve over time, little by little, affecting a household's main rooms. The names for all of Internoitaliano's objects are a tribute to minor Italians towns and villages, those that are rarely celebrated, but nontheless are just as real and representative of a soffused and authentic national identity.


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    Nato a Milano nel 1961 per promuovere le esportazioni italiane dell’industria dell’arredo e dei suoi complementi, il Salone Internazionale del Mobile è la manifestazione internazionale punto di riferimento per il settore dell’arredo e del design. www.salonemilano.it