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I 30 anni di Juliette Chair
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I 30 anni di Juliette Chair

Un’edizione limitata e un progetto multidisciplinare per festeggiare il compleanno di una delle principali icone di Baleri Italia, ideata da Hannes Wettstein
Data Pubblicazione: 27 November 2017

Baleri Italia, in occasione del trentesimo anniversario della Juliette Chair di Hannes Wettstein, rende omaggio a questa icona del design made in Italy con una limited edition di 100 pezzi color champagne, numerati e riportanti la firma del designer.

Già ordinabili presso i rivenditori Baleri Italia, le sedute della limitied edition sono accompagnate da un certificato di autenticità e consegnate con uno speciale packaging.

Contestualmente l’azienda presenta il progetto Juliette meets artists, ideato da Aldo Parisotto in collaborazione con la galleria Studio La Città di Verona.

Promuovendo il confronto costruttivo e sinergico tra tre settori creativi – arte, fotografia e design – da sempre in dialogo tra loro, il progetto ha coinvolto tre artisti contemporanei, accumunati da una continua ricerca cromatica, che hanno scelto la superleggera nel colore a loro più affine, e sono stati immortalati da tre diversi fotografi in altrettanti emblematici scatti.

I tre artisti hanno una forte sensibilità nei confronti del tema del colore, trattato da diversi punti di vista: Luigi Carboni lo tramuta in materia spessa e densa sulla superficie delle tele, Jacob Hashimoto lo sceglie come elemento caratterizzante delle sue installazioni mobile, mentre Herbert Hamak si concentra sulla sua purezza esaltata da un uso sapiente della luce, filtrata dalla resina dei suoi solidi monocromi.

 

 

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30 years of the Juliette Chair
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30 years of the Juliette Chair

A limited edition and a multidisciplinary project to celebrate the birthday of one of the most representative models of Baleri Italia, designed by Hannes Wettstein
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Baleri Italia, for the 30th anniversary of the Juliette Chair by Hannes Wettstein, pays tribute to this design icon Made in Italy with a limited edition of 100 pieces in the champagne color, numbered and signed by the designer.

The edition can already be ordered from Baleri Italia dealers.

At the same time, the company presents the project Juliette meets artists, coordinated by Aldo Parisotto in collaboration with the gallery Studio La Città in Verona.

To encourage constructive interaction between three creative sectors – art, photography and design – the project involves three contemporary artists who share a taste for ongoing chromatic research, who selected the superleggera in their preferred hue, and were then immortalized by three different photographers.

The three artists approach color in different ways. Luigi Carboni transforms it into thick, dense matter on the surface of the canvas; Jacob Hashimoto applies it as a characteristic feature of his mobiles; Herbert Hamak concentrates on its purity, revealed by skillful use of light filtered by resin in his monochrome solids.

 

 

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Metropolitan loft
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Metropolitan loft

The original Mur Mur restaurant in Kiev has been designed by the studio Loft Buro like a comfortable apartment, as well as a place in which to enjoy art
Data Pubblicazione: 27 November 2017

On the 8th floor of a building in Kiev, a cylindrical tower with a spectacular view of the city, Mur Mur is an original restaurant designed by the studio Loft Buro – founded by Oleg Volosovsky – to recreate the atmosphere of a metropolitan loft.

The stylistic choices range through Mexican, central Asian, Indochinese and Japanese influences, alongside typically European features.

The restaurant is like a comfortable apartment, as well as a place in which to enjoy art.

Besides the restaurant with its open kitchen and bar, Mur Mur has a zone with a piano and a DJ console.

Loft Buro is a studio founded in Kiev in 2001, which now employs over 15 architects and designers as well as 5 engineers working on innovative and original projects of architecture and design.

Creativity and ambition inspire and guide Elena Logvynets and Oleg Volosovsky, the leaders of the Loft Buro team, in the design of spaces, restaurants and situations that reflect the inner worlds of their inhabitants.

 

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Smeg a Fico Eataly World
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Smeg a Fico Eataly World

Data Pubblicazione: 27 November 2017

Fico Eataly World a Bologna è il parco dell’agroalimentare più grande del mondo, vetrina dell’eccellenza dell’enogastronomia italiana.

Smeg è presente con un’esposizione e vendita di piccoli elettrodomestici, gli iconici frigoriferi Fab28, Smeg500 e la cucina Victoria, l’estetica dedicata a chi porta dentro di sé il richiamo dei luoghi fuori dal tempo, delle atmosfere calde di una casa di campagna in cui la passione per la buona tavola si esprime nella cura per i dettagli.

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Juliet’s balcony
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Juliet’s balcony

Restoration of Juliet’s balcony in Verona has just been completed. The sole sponsor is Tecnored, the Verona-based company
Data Pubblicazione: 27 November 2017

William Shakespeare’s tragedy Romeo and Juliet has about 700 years of history. The heroine’s balcony in Verona is the most famous in the world, with its 20 Gothic niches. Over a million visitors flock to the courtyard at Via Cappello 23 every year.

Unfortunately time and everyday wear and tear caused cracks, scrapes and worn zones, making renovation a must.

Testing was carried out in June to assess the structural condition of the balcony and its state of conservation. Based on careful scientific analysis, the restoration sponsored by Tecnored has fully reproduced the original beauty of Juliet’s balcony.

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