How to alter the view of the scene with a single movement, clockwise. Four landscapes for transforming and transformed actors: varied forms and functions, salvaged materials that enhance design identity, always in evolution.

Photo 1 Wave hanging halogen lamps in extruded aluminium with ellipsoid section, with white, black or aluminium paint finish.

Design by Baruffi & De Santis for Foscarini. Tight chair covered in totally removable fabric or leather, with chromium-plated or black steel base. Design by Nicola Gallizia for Molteni&C. Calligrafia cabinet-bookcase from the series of four calligraphic forms based on the Japanese alphabet, made in MDF with matte paint finish in the primary colors of red, yellow and blue. By Cortesi Design for Flou. Mind the Gap, three-dimensional artwork created by Markus Benesch for the exhibition Phoenix in Der Asche 2010 in Munich, curated by Prof. Wolfgang Flatz. The work was printed with a plotter by ChiarionLaf on Exalite® (ultralight panels with honeycomb core, in clad polypropylene), patented and produced by Cartonplast. Photo 2 Copernico hanging lamp, composed of nine concentric ellipses made from a single sheet of anodized aluminium, for independent rotation on two different axes to create many configurations. With 384 white LEDs. Design by Carlotta De Bevilacqua for Artemide. Qbist Bar, tribute to Henry E. Dudeney (inventor of mathematical games), bar cabinet on wheels with variable geometry, composed of four trapezoidal parts that can open into different positions, in Corian® with mirror-finish stainless steel on the inside, outfitted with shelves, a drawer, a tray, a cutting board and an ice unit. Design by Bruno Rainaldi for Opinion Ciatti. Photo 3 Eus table with structure and legs in painted metal rod, top in the Ecomat version (a mixture of olive pits, recycled plastic and scrap from the production of disposable diapers). Design by Paola Navone for Eumenes. Abyss LED lamp with modular structure in injection-moulded opaline polycarbonate. Self-supporting and ready to transform into infinite combinations of forms. Design by Osko & Deichmann for Kundalini. Ginger freestanding cabinet in embossed painted MDF, with doors opening in two directions. Design by Claudio Bitetti for Minotti Italia. Photo 4 Torq chair with structure in coated steel tubing in blue-gray or light gray, padded seat covered in orange, black, white, red or indigo leather. Design Daniel Libeskind for Sawaya & Moroni. Babel bookcase with truncated cone form and five shelves, in rotomoulded polyethylene with a range of different colors, also ideal for contract and outdoor. Design Mario Mazzer for Bonaldo. Cross 3D, luminous objects to hang from the ceiling or place on the floor or table, composed of a series of the most famous small iconic forms by Karim Rashid, in laser-sintered polyamide, by Freedom of Creation.