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About Meet My Project presents a selection of designers, coming from all over the world to showcase their brand new prototypes. A unique and stimulating source for industrials, manufacturers, art directors and journalists. Contact: info@meetmyproject.com

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Design Week 2010, 14-19 April At Spazio Ida Milano Via Giovanni Durando 30, 20158 Milano

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16 International Design Studios Andreas Aas - Norway BETC Design - France Breaded Escalope - Austria byAMT Studio - US

David Des Moutis - France Destilat Studio - Austria Eric Berthès - France FX Balléry - France

Jean-Marc Gady - France J.De Wit & E.Stehmann - NL Lindsey Adelman - US Marie Garnier - France

R’Pure Studio - France Simone Simonelli - Italy tomsuma alt. - Japan Zaven - Italy

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Design Week 2010, 14-19 April At Spazio Ida Milano Via Giovanni Durando 30, 20158 Milano

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16 International Design Studios Andreas Aas - Norway BETC Design - France Breaded Escalope - Austria byAMT Studio - US

David Des Moutis - France Destilat Studio - Austria Eric Berthès - France FX Balléry - France

Jean-Marc Gady - France J.De Wit & E.Stehmann - NL Lindsey Adelman - US Marie Garnier - France

R’Pure Studio - France Simone Simonelli - Italy tomsuma alt. - Japan Zaven - Italy

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Table basse, 1999

Architect / Designer Fredrikstad - Norway andreasaas@andreasaas.net

Andreas Aas www.andreasaas.net

«In design, i strive to give furniture sense and senses. as we become better informed and more instructed than ever before, i believe that contemporary design evolves towards intelligence and not formal appearance. the purest expression of this intelligence is soon to become the most beautiful design.» Paris, 2003. Andreas Aas was born in Fredrikstad, Norway, in 1971, where he got his bachelors degree from Cristianslund Vidergående Skole in 1990. In 1991 andreas aas moves to France, where he starts to study architecture

Miroir, 2003

in 1994 at l’Ecole d’Architecture Paris la Seine. he finalised his education in Paris at l’Ecole Spéciale d’Architecture in 2002, where he later graduated as a DESA architect. Alongside his studies, andreas aas develops various furniture designs, and he was selected by the Via in 1997 to present his work at the Paris furniture fair. from 1998 his designs are regularly exposed in various exhibitions and galleries. Andreas aas presently works between Fredrikstad (Norway) and Paris as an architect and furniture designer, mostly on private commissions. In Milan, Andreas Aas will show: 01_Floor-lamp An independent battery-driven reading lamp with a minimal footprint on the ground, and easy adjustment and positioning from its flexible arm. Interchangeable lamp-fixtures ensures that the lamp can be adapted to nearly every type of environment, as it does not require an electric outlet. The floor-lamp delivers only the necessary amount of light for reading by means of an adjustable LED light-source (non heating light-emitting diodes). 02_Lounge chair Made out of thin custom aluminium honeycomb panels, the design and the weight of the lounge-chair is reduced to its minimal expression. Despite its very slim profile, the seating remains comfortable with a thin underlying visco-elastic cushion under the coated pvc seating fabric.

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03_Low table A low table made out of three different types of profiles in wood or in lightweight fiber concrete. The assembly of the profiles ensures a very sturdy construction, at the same time as it visually appears fragile and lightweight. 03_Suspension lamp A small suspension lamp with an optimised glass diffuser. The size of the lamp have been reduced in relation to its custom light diffuser optics. The lamp is small in size, and big in light diffusion.

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Table basse, 1999

Architect / Designer Fredrikstad - Norway andreasaas@andreasaas.net

Andreas Aas www.andreasaas.net

«In design, i strive to give furniture sense and senses. as we become better informed and more instructed than ever before, i believe that contemporary design evolves towards intelligence and not formal appearance. the purest expression of this intelligence is soon to become the most beautiful design.» Paris, 2003. Andreas Aas was born in Fredrikstad, Norway, in 1971, where he got his bachelors degree from Cristianslund Vidergående Skole in 1990. In 1991 andreas aas moves to France, where he starts to study architecture

Miroir, 2003

in 1994 at l’Ecole d’Architecture Paris la Seine. he finalised his education in Paris at l’Ecole Spéciale d’Architecture in 2002, where he later graduated as a DESA architect. Alongside his studies, andreas aas develops various furniture designs, and he was selected by the Via in 1997 to present his work at the Paris furniture fair. from 1998 his designs are regularly exposed in various exhibitions and galleries. Andreas aas presently works between Fredrikstad (Norway) and Paris as an architect and furniture designer, mostly on private commissions. In Milan, Andreas Aas will show: 01_Floor-lamp An independent battery-driven reading lamp with a minimal footprint on the ground, and easy adjustment and positioning from its flexible arm. Interchangeable lamp-fixtures ensures that the lamp can be adapted to nearly every type of environment, as it does not require an electric outlet. The floor-lamp delivers only the necessary amount of light for reading by means of an adjustable LED light-source (non heating light-emitting diodes). 02_Lounge chair Made out of thin custom aluminium honeycomb panels, the design and the weight of the lounge-chair is reduced to its minimal expression. Despite its very slim profile, the seating remains comfortable with a thin underlying visco-elastic cushion under the coated pvc seating fabric.

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03_Low table A low table made out of three different types of profiles in wood or in lightweight fiber concrete. The assembly of the profiles ensures a very sturdy construction, at the same time as it visually appears fragile and lightweight. 03_Suspension lamp A small suspension lamp with an optimised glass diffuser. The size of the lamp have been reduced in relation to its custom light diffuser optics. The lamp is small in size, and big in light diffusion.

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Piper Heidsieck, 2009

BETC Design is a global design agency which positions itself as a «creative consultant» with a dual work approach between strategy and creativity.

Design Studio 9 rue d’Abbeville 75010 Paris - France T. +33 (0)1 56 41 81 00 contact@betcdesign.fr

BETC Design www.betcdesign.fr

The agency has built its expertise in design management mainly in three markets: Luxury & Cosmetics, High Technology & Innovation and Major Corporate Identity Programs. According to the agency’s founder and director Christophe Pradère: «Our creative approach is to develop new uses, resulting in innovative products. In this manner, we

Louis Vuitton, 2008

are taking part in the evolution and enhancement of clients’ business models as well as giving meaning and shape to the client/brand relationship. In this mode of thinking, we are designing for people.Design thinking goes from Global to Local and from Local to Global, which means being able to mix International Trends as well as Local Practice (culture) together: - Because Design is not only about Brands, it is also about People. - Because when a Market matures, the Interactions between Brands & People become more important and sensitive.» In Milan, BETC Design will show: Color Shakers Cosmetic blenders which allow to mix different active bases (skin-care formulas) with different kind of colors (pigments) in order to create the first new skin-care / make-up line

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Piper Heidsieck, 2009

BETC Design is a global design agency which positions itself as a «creative consultant» with a dual work approach between strategy and creativity.

Design Studio 9 rue d’Abbeville 75010 Paris - France T. +33 (0)1 56 41 81 00 contact@betcdesign.fr

BETC Design www.betcdesign.fr

The agency has built its expertise in design management mainly in three markets: Luxury & Cosmetics, High Technology & Innovation and Major Corporate Identity Programs. According to the agency’s founder and director Christophe Pradère: «Our creative approach is to develop new uses, resulting in innovative products. In this manner, we

Louis Vuitton, 2008

are taking part in the evolution and enhancement of clients’ business models as well as giving meaning and shape to the client/brand relationship. In this mode of thinking, we are designing for people.Design thinking goes from Global to Local and from Local to Global, which means being able to mix International Trends as well as Local Practice (culture) together: - Because Design is not only about Brands, it is also about People. - Because when a Market matures, the Interactions between Brands & People become more important and sensitive.» In Milan, BETC Design will show: Color Shakers Cosmetic blenders which allow to mix different active bases (skin-care formulas) with different kind of colors (pigments) in order to create the first new skin-care / make-up line

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The Performance

Design Studio Ottakringerstrasse 77 - 4 1160 Vienna- Austria T. +431 90 47 199 info@breadedescalope.com

Breaded Escalope www.be-studio.at

Product

BreadedEscalope is the ambiguous name of a design studio based in Vienna. It was found in 2008 by Sascha Mikel, Marty Schnabl and Michael Tatschl. The group pursues strategies to create “social sustainability”. Objects and environments shall encourage interaction, lead to communication and add a particular layer of convenience for their owners. Designing things must not end in accustomed beautification. Products and performances evolving from their credo are statements representing the groups’ identity. In Milan, Breaded Escalope will show: The Performance Original Products evolve from a unique process using landscape and interaction as crucial part of the formative process; Selected locations are used as production tracks. A robust, hollow orb is housing a suspended flexible mould of the stools. After filling the mould with a specific mix of resin the orb is allowed to interact with the terrain surrendered to the formative surrounding.

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The rotation is always unique and the variations, subtle or manifest, are recorded by the flexing walls of the silicon mould. Thus, unique pieces are formed via serial production. The Original Stools are the consequence of the omnipresent process, and will always stay in close connection to their place of accruement; A manifestation of place & time.

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The Performance

Design Studio Ottakringerstrasse 77 - 4 1160 Vienna- Austria T. +431 90 47 199 info@breadedescalope.com

Breaded Escalope www.be-studio.at

Product

BreadedEscalope is the ambiguous name of a design studio based in Vienna. It was found in 2008 by Sascha Mikel, Marty Schnabl and Michael Tatschl. The group pursues strategies to create “social sustainability”. Objects and environments shall encourage interaction, lead to communication and add a particular layer of convenience for their owners. Designing things must not end in accustomed beautification. Products and performances evolving from their credo are statements representing the groups’ identity. In Milan, Breaded Escalope will show: The Performance Original Products evolve from a unique process using landscape and interaction as crucial part of the formative process; Selected locations are used as production tracks. A robust, hollow orb is housing a suspended flexible mould of the stools. After filling the mould with a specific mix of resin the orb is allowed to interact with the terrain surrendered to the formative surrounding.

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The rotation is always unique and the variations, subtle or manifest, are recorded by the flexing walls of the silicon mould. Thus, unique pieces are formed via serial production. The Original Stools are the consequence of the omnipresent process, and will always stay in close connection to their place of accruement; A manifestation of place & time.

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Handful of Plates, 1999

Design Studio 123 Noble Street, #2, Brooklyn New-York 11222- United States T. +1 718 865 8858 M. +1 401 286 7803 info@byamt.com

byAMT Studio www.byamt.com

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Alissia Melka-Teichroew, founder and creative director of byAMT Studio, is a New World-Old World mashup. Daughter of a French mother and American father, she was born and raised in The Netherlands. A Design Academy Eindhoven graduate, she also holds a Masters from Rhode Island School of Design. After stints in Paris, San Francisco, and Boston, she now works in New York. While developing her own projects, she also worked at IDEO and Puma. Alissia’s transcontinental background is reflected in her fluidity and fluency of her designs. Attuned to the latest design innovations, trends, and materials, she infuses her work with her own unique, charismatic personality

Diamond Rings, 2003

and mischievous sensibility. Her designs are savvy, sophisticated, and witty: the archetypical Acrylic Diamond Ring rendered in candy-colored acrylic and precious metal, ceramic plates folded in easy-to-hold shapes, Handful of Plates, a Hand mirror that transposes the viewers face over an iconic image of feminine beauty. This uncanny ability to tweak expectations has delighted design cognoscenti and consumers alike. Elle Decoration, New York Times and Vogue, etc, have featured the studio. Designs have been carried or manufactured worldwide by brands like MoMa Store, Van Esch, Conran Shop, http://functionals.eu , Victoria & Albert Museum, Goods and more.

In Milan, byAMT Studio will show: 01_Inspired by a Milk Stool The image of crooked slats in a weathered picket fence impelled Alissia Melka Teichroew to explore the idea of asymmetrical pieces supporting each other. She found a similar kind of irregularity and balancing act in the old-fashioned one-legged milk stool. She merged the two concepts into this playful and innovative series

02_Jointed Pieces Jointed Pieces is a work in progress. Normally, a ball joint is unable to be manufactured in one piece using previous techniques like injectionmolded plastics or ceramics (it usually has to be made with separately molded pieces). ‘Jointed Pieces’ questions that problem, and finds that 3-D printing is the best way to manufacture complex forms.

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Handful of Plates, 1999

Design Studio 123 Noble Street, #2, Brooklyn New-York 11222- United States T. +1 718 865 8858 M. +1 401 286 7803 info@byamt.com

byAMT Studio www.byamt.com

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Alissia Melka-Teichroew, founder and creative director of byAMT Studio, is a New World-Old World mashup. Daughter of a French mother and American father, she was born and raised in The Netherlands. A Design Academy Eindhoven graduate, she also holds a Masters from Rhode Island School of Design. After stints in Paris, San Francisco, and Boston, she now works in New York. While developing her own projects, she also worked at IDEO and Puma. Alissia’s transcontinental background is reflected in her fluidity and fluency of her designs. Attuned to the latest design innovations, trends, and materials, she infuses her work with her own unique, charismatic personality

Diamond Rings, 2003

and mischievous sensibility. Her designs are savvy, sophisticated, and witty: the archetypical Acrylic Diamond Ring rendered in candy-colored acrylic and precious metal, ceramic plates folded in easy-to-hold shapes, Handful of Plates, a Hand mirror that transposes the viewers face over an iconic image of feminine beauty. This uncanny ability to tweak expectations has delighted design cognoscenti and consumers alike. Elle Decoration, New York Times and Vogue, etc, have featured the studio. Designs have been carried or manufactured worldwide by brands like MoMa Store, Van Esch, Conran Shop, http://functionals.eu , Victoria & Albert Museum, Goods and more.

In Milan, byAMT Studio will show: 01_Inspired by a Milk Stool The image of crooked slats in a weathered picket fence impelled Alissia Melka Teichroew to explore the idea of asymmetrical pieces supporting each other. She found a similar kind of irregularity and balancing act in the old-fashioned one-legged milk stool. She merged the two concepts into this playful and innovative series

02_Jointed Pieces Jointed Pieces is a work in progress. Normally, a ball joint is unable to be manufactured in one piece using previous techniques like injectionmolded plastics or ceramics (it usually has to be made with separately molded pieces). ‘Jointed Pieces’ questions that problem, and finds that 3-D printing is the best way to manufacture complex forms.

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Vase XAV, 2009

Born in 1984, David des Moutis lives and works in Paris. Designer 16, rue pierre nicole 75005 Paris - France T. +33 (0) 6 21 57 20 13 info@david-des-moutis.com

David des Moutis

After obtaining in 2007 a DSAA to the ESAAB, he begins his activity in freelance, for then assembling his own studio to the beginning of the year 2008. His work reveals a strong collaboration between designer and “fashioners”, allowing objects to exist, between finess and precision.

Secrétaire DEMI, 2009

Each project is self-producted by this studio and realised with some technical partners, chosen for their knowhows (craftsmen or industrials) and quality raw material. In agreement with the means of production used, pieces are realised in limited serie.

www.david-des-moutis.com In Milan, David des Moutis will show: Vase Xav Through the fitment ot three pieces of blown glass these simple action lets the user the possibility to use one, two or three of the elements according to the shape and the size of the plants chosen for the vase. this project, who was made possible by the know-how of the Glass master, unites a random and manual procedure with a fitment needing great precision.

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Vase XAV, 2009

Born in 1984, David des Moutis lives and works in Paris. Designer 16, rue pierre nicole 75005 Paris - France T. +33 (0) 6 21 57 20 13 info@david-des-moutis.com

David des Moutis

After obtaining in 2007 a DSAA to the ESAAB, he begins his activity in freelance, for then assembling his own studio to the beginning of the year 2008. His work reveals a strong collaboration between designer and “fashioners”, allowing objects to exist, between finess and precision.

Secrétaire DEMI, 2009

Each project is self-producted by this studio and realised with some technical partners, chosen for their knowhows (craftsmen or industrials) and quality raw material. In agreement with the means of production used, pieces are realised in limited serie.

www.david-des-moutis.com In Milan, David des Moutis will show: Vase Xav Through the fitment ot three pieces of blown glass these simple action lets the user the possibility to use one, two or three of the elements according to the shape and the size of the plants chosen for the vase. this project, who was made possible by the know-how of the Glass master, unites a random and manual procedure with a fitment needing great precision.

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Grandma _ sidetable, 2007-2008

Harald Hatschenberger, Thomas Neuber and Henning Weimer are the partners of the Vienna based design studio destilat.

Design Studio Rudolfstrasse 11 A-4040 Linz - Austria T. +43 (0)699 1960 1012 office@destilat.at

Destilat www.destilat.at

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Destilat support their clients in the mutual development of serial products in the furniture area. At the same time destilat develops design concepts for the private, office, and business areas. ÂŤThere is no past, present, or future. There is only that which we make of it. Design is a process without beginning and without end, a field of immense curiosity, a depot of ideas.

4 to the floor _ table, 2009

We move in this creative chaos, somewhere between the old and the new. We are in search of innovation that seems familiar to us, provocation that stirs us, functional seriousness that makes us laugh. We work with all emotions and senses. Step by step, the design process unites customer’s needs, hard technical facts, and aesthetic qualities. The essence of this process is the product: Concentrated, reduced, and distilled. Our name says it all.

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Grandma _ sidetable, 2007-2008

Harald Hatschenberger, Thomas Neuber and Henning Weimer are the partners of the Vienna based design studio destilat.

Design Studio Rudolfstrasse 11 A-4040 Linz - Austria T. +43 (0)699 1960 1012 office@destilat.at

Destilat www.destilat.at

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Destilat support their clients in the mutual development of serial products in the furniture area. At the same time destilat develops design concepts for the private, office, and business areas. ÂŤThere is no past, present, or future. There is only that which we make of it. Design is a process without beginning and without end, a field of immense curiosity, a depot of ideas.

4 to the floor _ table, 2009

We move in this creative chaos, somewhere between the old and the new. We are in search of innovation that seems familiar to us, provocation that stirs us, functional seriousness that makes us laugh. We work with all emotions and senses. Step by step, the design process unites customer’s needs, hard technical facts, and aesthetic qualities. The essence of this process is the product: Concentrated, reduced, and distilled. Our name says it all.

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SossÖ, 2003

Planet Design 36 rue des Jeuneurs 75002 Paris - France T.+33 142 789 317 - M. +33 681 609 364 hamon.sarah@gmail.com eric@ericberthes.com

Eric Berthès www.ericberthes.com

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Eric Berthès graduated from Ecole Boulle and ESDI (Strate College) in Paris and created his own studio in 2000. First he developed designs for home electronic devices for brands such as Packard Bell and Babyliss. He then dedicated his creativity to luxury goods applying the knowledge he had once learnt in Boulle. Thanks to collaboration with l’Orfèvrerie d’Anjou, a traditional pewter manufactory, Eric’s contemporary designs with this old fashioned material, contributed to lead them into a modern era. After assuming the role of art director for the brand, Eric then designed an innovative collection of pure and modern objects including buckets, champagne saber and coolers, knives.

Eric now works regularly with luxury brands to create products and public spaces, such as bars and VIP corners in high end clubs (Karement Chivas in Monaco). He also designed «the triBullet» champagne casing as a tribute to James Bond for Bollinger in 2008. More recently, he created «the iTam Tam» stool/iPod dock, a china collection for Revol, a coffee service for Ercuis Raynaud, and bioethanol Chimneys. In 2010, Eric has projects with La Cornue, Ricard and Rigaud. At last, always looking for pure envishapes that can enhance our environment Eric Berthes is permanently furnideveloping his own pieces of furniture, out of brands boundaries as the Doonut edited by Branex Design.

Doonuts - Branex Design, 2005

In Milan, Eric Berthès will show: 01_Carbonized How can a desk inspire serene concentration rather than deter one from start working ? Creating an atmosphere of peacefulness, sculpting progress and creativity, to hold in thin air a sleek surface where anyone wishes to sit behind and focus on stimulating projects…. That’s the idea behind Carbonized, the desk Eric Berthès will perform for Meet my Project in Milan 2010.

02_Twistair Wood can be twisted, curved… Wood can also create knots, and bones and still be welcoming. Sit on twistair, and you’ll see.

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SossÖ, 2003

Planet Design 36 rue des Jeuneurs 75002 Paris - France T.+33 142 789 317 - M. +33 681 609 364 hamon.sarah@gmail.com eric@ericberthes.com

Eric Berthès www.ericberthes.com

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Eric Berthès graduated from Ecole Boulle and ESDI (Strate College) in Paris and created his own studio in 2000. First he developed designs for home electronic devices for brands such as Packard Bell and Babyliss. He then dedicated his creativity to luxury goods applying the knowledge he had once learnt in Boulle. Thanks to collaboration with l’Orfèvrerie d’Anjou, a traditional pewter manufactory, Eric’s contemporary designs with this old fashioned material, contributed to lead them into a modern era. After assuming the role of art director for the brand, Eric then designed an innovative collection of pure and modern objects including buckets, champagne saber and coolers, knives.

Eric now works regularly with luxury brands to create products and public spaces, such as bars and VIP corners in high end clubs (Karement Chivas in Monaco). He also designed «the triBullet» champagne casing as a tribute to James Bond for Bollinger in 2008. More recently, he created «the iTam Tam» stool/iPod dock, a china collection for Revol, a coffee service for Ercuis Raynaud, and bioethanol Chimneys. In 2010, Eric has projects with La Cornue, Ricard and Rigaud. At last, always looking for pure envishapes that can enhance our environment Eric Berthes is permanently furnideveloping his own pieces of furniture, out of brands boundaries as the Doonut edited by Branex Design.

Doonuts - Branex Design, 2005

In Milan, Eric Berthès will show: 01_Carbonized How can a desk inspire serene concentration rather than deter one from start working ? Creating an atmosphere of peacefulness, sculpting progress and creativity, to hold in thin air a sleek surface where anyone wishes to sit behind and focus on stimulating projects…. That’s the idea behind Carbonized, the desk Eric Berthès will perform for Meet my Project in Milan 2010.

02_Twistair Wood can be twisted, curved… Wood can also create knots, and bones and still be welcoming. Sit on twistair, and you’ll see.

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PVC

Designer 12 rue Vaucanson 93500 Pantin - France T. +33(0) 6 88 88 94 19 fx@fxballery.com

FX Balléry www.fxballery.com

FX Balléry is born in 1977 in the French Jura. After studying sciences, he chose to go in 1996 to the École Supérieure d’Art et de Design in Reims to become a product designer. After winning the «Comité Colbert Jeunes Talents Award» by designing a bag for Chanel «le compagnon de voyage», he started his collaboration with Issey Miyake’s perfumes. The same year, he discovered the Royal College of Art while doing a workexperience at Ron Arad’s studio in London. In 2000, having his degree in hands, he moved to England to do a master class in «product design» at the prestigious Royal College of Art. During two years, he enhanced his vision and practice of design by comparing

Spheric by Mumm

his ideas and methodology with other students from all around the world. He won for the second time the «Comité Colbert Award» by creating a picnic set for Hermès and increased the number of studies for his clients and sponsors as BPI, Yves Saint Laurent Beauté and Pernod Ricard. Back to Paris, he founded his studio FX Balléry Design which activity varies from product design to furniture design, packaging, merchandising, interior and industrial design. In 2010, he starts a new adventure by creating the brand Goodbye Edison©, which creates, produces and sells decorative lights mainly based on LED. For FX, «design is a way to tell stories»

In Milan, FX Balléry will show: 01_Goodbye Edison: Exploring the new lighting and energy sources, Goodbye Edison proposes brand new LED decorative lights. 02_For all now: Objects inspired by demonstrators posters and transformed into functional and nomadic proposals. 03_I Love CNC: Pieces of furniture produced by CNC machines.

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PVC

Designer 12 rue Vaucanson 93500 Pantin - France T. +33(0) 6 88 88 94 19 fx@fxballery.com

FX Balléry www.fxballery.com

FX Balléry is born in 1977 in the French Jura. After studying sciences, he chose to go in 1996 to the École Supérieure d’Art et de Design in Reims to become a product designer. After winning the «Comité Colbert Jeunes Talents Award» by designing a bag for Chanel «le compagnon de voyage», he started his collaboration with Issey Miyake’s perfumes. The same year, he discovered the Royal College of Art while doing a workexperience at Ron Arad’s studio in London. In 2000, having his degree in hands, he moved to England to do a master class in «product design» at the prestigious Royal College of Art. During two years, he enhanced his vision and practice of design by comparing

Spheric by Mumm

his ideas and methodology with other students from all around the world. He won for the second time the «Comité Colbert Award» by creating a picnic set for Hermès and increased the number of studies for his clients and sponsors as BPI, Yves Saint Laurent Beauté and Pernod Ricard. Back to Paris, he founded his studio FX Balléry Design which activity varies from product design to furniture design, packaging, merchandising, interior and industrial design. In 2010, he starts a new adventure by creating the brand Goodbye Edison©, which creates, produces and sells decorative lights mainly based on LED. For FX, «design is a way to tell stories»

In Milan, FX Balléry will show: 01_Goodbye Edison: Exploring the new lighting and energy sources, Goodbye Edison proposes brand new LED decorative lights. 02_For all now: Objects inspired by demonstrators posters and transformed into functional and nomadic proposals. 03_I Love CNC: Pieces of furniture produced by CNC machines.

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Royale rose white

Studio Jean Marc Gady 25 rue Saint Sébastien 75011 Paris - France T. +33(0)1 43 38 56 69 jmg@jeanmarcgady.com

Jean-Marc Gady www.jeanmarcgady.com

Jean-Marc Gady was born in Paris in 1971 and graduated from the Ecole Bleue in 1997. An emerging figure in new generation French design, his gift for handling the codes of de luxe creation ensures a range of intervention that extends from objects to space and includes scenography, furnishings, interior architecture and visual presentation. His portfolio speaks for itself: Apple Computers, Baccarat, Chanel, Christofle, De Beers, Dior, Guerlain, Louis Vuitton, Moët & Chandon… His career began in furniture, lighting and tableware, working for Ligne Roset and Liv’it. He was awarded

Up yours

several VIA permanent call grants for project development before joining Louis Vuitton as art director for display windows and events (2002-05), a post that took him all around the world, and notably to the Far East. In 2005 he set up his own design studio in Paris, and since 2008 he also teaches at the École Bleue. Early 2009, his first solo show in New York – ‘French Cancan’ at Gallery R’Pure - and at Forum Diffusion in September 2009 - made a clear statement of his vocabulary and range, in which elegance and wry humour are constants. In Milan, Jean-Marc Gady will show: 01_« Cancan » floor lamp – big & small size Editeur : Roche Bobois Light installation composed of several lampshades joined togetherforming asculptural wheel. Steel structure - Ø 150 cm 02_Vase AMMO Ammo is a large vase that plays with imbalance and illusion. Blown pyrex / Corian base

03_Plate Gourmet Gourmet is a serving platter composed of porcelain plates of various size. The plates appear joined together to form a whole that proposes a new typology of art for the table. 04_Hanging lamp Pyrex and neon 05_Low table

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Royale rose white

Studio Jean Marc Gady 25 rue Saint Sébastien 75011 Paris - France T. +33(0)1 43 38 56 69 jmg@jeanmarcgady.com

Jean-Marc Gady www.jeanmarcgady.com

Jean-Marc Gady was born in Paris in 1971 and graduated from the Ecole Bleue in 1997. An emerging figure in new generation French design, his gift for handling the codes of de luxe creation ensures a range of intervention that extends from objects to space and includes scenography, furnishings, interior architecture and visual presentation. His portfolio speaks for itself: Apple Computers, Baccarat, Chanel, Christofle, De Beers, Dior, Guerlain, Louis Vuitton, Moët & Chandon… His career began in furniture, lighting and tableware, working for Ligne Roset and Liv’it. He was awarded

Up yours

several VIA permanent call grants for project development before joining Louis Vuitton as art director for display windows and events (2002-05), a post that took him all around the world, and notably to the Far East. In 2005 he set up his own design studio in Paris, and since 2008 he also teaches at the École Bleue. Early 2009, his first solo show in New York – ‘French Cancan’ at Gallery R’Pure - and at Forum Diffusion in September 2009 - made a clear statement of his vocabulary and range, in which elegance and wry humour are constants. In Milan, Jean-Marc Gady will show: 01_« Cancan » floor lamp – big & small size Editeur : Roche Bobois Light installation composed of several lampshades joined togetherforming asculptural wheel. Steel structure - Ø 150 cm 02_Vase AMMO Ammo is a large vase that plays with imbalance and illusion. Blown pyrex / Corian base

03_Plate Gourmet Gourmet is a serving platter composed of porcelain plates of various size. The plates appear joined together to form a whole that proposes a new typology of art for the table. 04_Hanging lamp Pyrex and neon 05_Low table

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Inflating lights

Erik Stehmann & Jochem de Wit

info@erikstehmann.nl T. +31 6 44 98 20 46 www.erikstehmann.nl info@jochemdewit.nl T. +33 6 44 86 45 66 www.jochemdewit.nl

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Erik Stehmann and Jochem de Wit both graduated in 2009 at the Arts Academy in Arnhem department Product Design.

The application is often a product that reflects the experiment best. The end-result is a very spontaneous and direct expression of his approch.

Erik Stehmann intends to make design more playful and dynamic. The designer likes to surprise spectators and cause a smile, «because we already have so little room for lightness and giddiness, nowadays». His experimental character is reflected in his products, which arise through a dynamic process, almost always beginning with a fascination for materials, on which he releases playful experiments. The results bring a search in motion for a processing technique and/or a form language.«During this process I mainly concentrate on the material without even knowing what the resulting product should be, therefore I am able to get the maximum out of the material before I apply it».

Jochem de Wit takes inspiration from the urban environment. Jochem de Wit looked to the forgotten parts of the city for reference, using the chaotic and random nature of the materials. ‘for me messy urban life isn’t a doomsday scenario but rather a reason for confidence in unforeseen opportunities and a positive way of life’. the pieces are made from materials which are not necessarily clean or new like glass, clay and concrete. the result gives the individual designs a feeling of place, evoking the city streets. de Wit also explained that the intention of the project is to not be flawless, since he believes a scratch on an object is a signal of life, not a blemish.

Glass

In Milan, Erik Stehmann & Jochem de Wit will show: The projects that we are presenting is a combination of table ware and lightning. Which starts from two diverent ways in which these designers translate there fascination material and there own way of looking at the Design world.

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Inflating lights

Erik Stehmann & Jochem de Wit

info@erikstehmann.nl T. +31 6 44 98 20 46 www.erikstehmann.nl info@jochemdewit.nl T. +33 6 44 86 45 66 www.jochemdewit.nl

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Erik Stehmann and Jochem de Wit both graduated in 2009 at the Arts Academy in Arnhem department Product Design.

The application is often a product that reflects the experiment best. The end-result is a very spontaneous and direct expression of his approch.

Erik Stehmann intends to make design more playful and dynamic. The designer likes to surprise spectators and cause a smile, «because we already have so little room for lightness and giddiness, nowadays». His experimental character is reflected in his products, which arise through a dynamic process, almost always beginning with a fascination for materials, on which he releases playful experiments. The results bring a search in motion for a processing technique and/or a form language.«During this process I mainly concentrate on the material without even knowing what the resulting product should be, therefore I am able to get the maximum out of the material before I apply it».

Jochem de Wit takes inspiration from the urban environment. Jochem de Wit looked to the forgotten parts of the city for reference, using the chaotic and random nature of the materials. ‘for me messy urban life isn’t a doomsday scenario but rather a reason for confidence in unforeseen opportunities and a positive way of life’. the pieces are made from materials which are not necessarily clean or new like glass, clay and concrete. the result gives the individual designs a feeling of place, evoking the city streets. de Wit also explained that the intention of the project is to not be flawless, since he believes a scratch on an object is a signal of life, not a blemish.

Glass

In Milan, Erik Stehmann & Jochem de Wit will show: The projects that we are presenting is a combination of table ware and lightning. Which starts from two diverent ways in which these designers translate there fascination material and there own way of looking at the Design world.

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Chandeliers combine the subtle motion of a mobile

Design Studio 55 Great Jones Street New York, NY 10012 T. +1 212 473 2501 info@lindseyadelman.com

Lindsey Adelman www.lindseyadelman.com

Lindsey Adams Adelman was born in New York City in 1968. Her current work is a culmination of endlessly making things with her hands as a little girl, to receiving a BA in English Literature, to working for the Smithsonian, to finding her way to RISD to earn a BFA in Industrial Design. An ongoing interest in combining the hand-crafted with the machinemade, the sensual with the practical, and the feminine with the masculine consistently marks her work. Adelman founded the company Butter with David Weeks in 2000 where they designed simple products for the home until 2005.

Since then Adelman has focused on her own line of hand-blown glass lighting as well as an ongoing series of drawings painstakingly crafted with strands of human hair. The collective work has been included in the Cooper-Hewitt Design Triennial and Design Miami and has received awards from the ICFF Editors, ID, and Blueprint. It has been published in numerous magazines and books. Lindsey lives with her husband Ian and their son Finn in Brooklyn.

In Milan, Lindsey Adelman will show: The new collection for Milan 2010 conveys notions of awkward nature and the passage of time using lighting as the medium. Adelman continues to combine modernist, precisely machined fittings with organic, laborintensive mouth-blown glass in this group of locally built-to-order light sculptures. This body of work explores the concepts of aging beauty manifested visually in vintage patinas, cracking ancient gold foil, and sandblasted layers of glass, to reveal a warm glow beneath.

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The metal armatures resemble skeletal branches and hold glass forms, ranging in appearance from in full bloom to getting on in years and wisdom. Incorporating other hand-made elements such as hand-dyed and knotted rope and jewelry-esque cast bronze hooks the 2010 Bubble Collection looks at once fresh and reminiscent of a forgotten era

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Chandeliers combine the subtle motion of a mobile

Design Studio 55 Great Jones Street New York, NY 10012 T. +1 212 473 2501 info@lindseyadelman.com

Lindsey Adelman www.lindseyadelman.com

Lindsey Adams Adelman was born in New York City in 1968. Her current work is a culmination of endlessly making things with her hands as a little girl, to receiving a BA in English Literature, to working for the Smithsonian, to finding her way to RISD to earn a BFA in Industrial Design. An ongoing interest in combining the hand-crafted with the machinemade, the sensual with the practical, and the feminine with the masculine consistently marks her work. Adelman founded the company Butter with David Weeks in 2000 where they designed simple products for the home until 2005.

Since then Adelman has focused on her own line of hand-blown glass lighting as well as an ongoing series of drawings painstakingly crafted with strands of human hair. The collective work has been included in the Cooper-Hewitt Design Triennial and Design Miami and has received awards from the ICFF Editors, ID, and Blueprint. It has been published in numerous magazines and books. Lindsey lives with her husband Ian and their son Finn in Brooklyn.

In Milan, Lindsey Adelman will show: The new collection for Milan 2010 conveys notions of awkward nature and the passage of time using lighting as the medium. Adelman continues to combine modernist, precisely machined fittings with organic, laborintensive mouth-blown glass in this group of locally built-to-order light sculptures. This body of work explores the concepts of aging beauty manifested visually in vintage patinas, cracking ancient gold foil, and sandblasted layers of glass, to reveal a warm glow beneath.

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The metal armatures resemble skeletal branches and hold glass forms, ranging in appearance from in full bloom to getting on in years and wisdom. Incorporating other hand-made elements such as hand-dyed and knotted rope and jewelry-esque cast bronze hooks the 2010 Bubble Collection looks at once fresh and reminiscent of a forgotten era

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Rangement vide-poche

The Material, the Spirit and the Living are three different orders, incomparable, each one having its own logic.The act of creation has to be seen within this close relationship, illustrating the world of the living.

Designer Assistante : Lorraine Bergeret mariegarnier@neuf.fr

Marie Garnier www.mariegarnier.com

Concretely, I make mono-material objects that indicate each aspect of the concept.The mono-materialistic character shows a clear link with the classifications found in nature (the organic world, vegetal).

Gymnastique

Homo Sapiens

its purely technical capacities. It can also be perceived as a skin. About D.N.S.E.P. Option design Ecole supérieure d’Art de Reuil Haute école d’Art de Design de Genève auprès de Patrick Nadeau Stéphane Bureaux Jurgen Bey

Also, in my work, the material can be seen as an envelope that covers or identifies each creation, beyond In Milan, Marie Garnier will show: 01_Sphere dressing table Experiment the notion of demarcation in the principle of private wold. Materials: mirror, marble / wood / leather. 02_Lived of shape 3 furnitures of supplement materials: Sheet steel research for support: horizontality, verticality, hangs on. Elements indispensable to the outcome of the function of the object.

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03_Stream Matérials : china biscuit design & writing & photographs Marie Garnier Lorraine Bergeret & Alexander Quennell & Florent Michel Experiment the stake in relay of the principle of creation by the multidisciplinary practice through the design

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Rangement vide-poche

The Material, the Spirit and the Living are three different orders, incomparable, each one having its own logic.The act of creation has to be seen within this close relationship, illustrating the world of the living.

Designer Assistante : Lorraine Bergeret mariegarnier@neuf.fr

Marie Garnier www.mariegarnier.com

Concretely, I make mono-material objects that indicate each aspect of the concept.The mono-materialistic character shows a clear link with the classifications found in nature (the organic world, vegetal).

Gymnastique

Homo Sapiens

its purely technical capacities. It can also be perceived as a skin. About D.N.S.E.P. Option design Ecole supérieure d’Art de Reuil Haute école d’Art de Design de Genève auprès de Patrick Nadeau Stéphane Bureaux Jurgen Bey

Also, in my work, the material can be seen as an envelope that covers or identifies each creation, beyond In Milan, Marie Garnier will show: 01_Sphere dressing table Experiment the notion of demarcation in the principle of private wold. Materials: mirror, marble / wood / leather. 02_Lived of shape 3 furnitures of supplement materials: Sheet steel research for support: horizontality, verticality, hangs on. Elements indispensable to the outcome of the function of the object.

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03_Stream Matérials : china biscuit design & writing & photographs Marie Garnier Lorraine Bergeret & Alexander Quennell & Florent Michel Experiment the stake in relay of the principle of creation by the multidisciplinary practice through the design

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Infini

Audacious yet pragmatic, R’PURE involves itself in the structural identity of a product, driven by its love for the Applied Arts.

Design Studio 25, rue Alphonse de Neuville 75017 Paris- France T. + 33 (0)1 40 53 39 06 c.gailleres@rpure.com

R’Pure Studio

Sébastien Servaire, co-founder of the studio, demonstrates his passion fir the trade and those who shape it. Industrialists and craftmen have become natural partners in R’PURE projects, bringing the creative and technical solutions requiered to reach the perfect realization of its packaging, product and graphic design.

Tea time

Working within the cosmetic, alcohol and food categories with a brandadvancement approach to product design, R’PURE is an intuitive experimental studio that opens new creative ways within Raison Pure Design Group.

www.rpure.com In Milan, R’Pure Studio will show: 01_«Double-je» «Double-je» is an armchair reflecting the hidden face lying within each of us. It’s a hiding place for adults, where we can allow ourselves some selfish moments of idleness safe from inquisitive looks. This unique and hybrid pièce of furniture is a clear object of unabashed idleness. 02_Infini

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Infini

Audacious yet pragmatic, R’PURE involves itself in the structural identity of a product, driven by its love for the Applied Arts.

Design Studio 25, rue Alphonse de Neuville 75017 Paris- France T. + 33 (0)1 40 53 39 06 c.gailleres@rpure.com

R’Pure Studio

Sébastien Servaire, co-founder of the studio, demonstrates his passion fir the trade and those who shape it. Industrialists and craftmen have become natural partners in R’PURE projects, bringing the creative and technical solutions requiered to reach the perfect realization of its packaging, product and graphic design.

Tea time

Working within the cosmetic, alcohol and food categories with a brandadvancement approach to product design, R’PURE is an intuitive experimental studio that opens new creative ways within Raison Pure Design Group.

www.rpure.com In Milan, R’Pure Studio will show: 01_«Double-je» «Double-je» is an armchair reflecting the hidden face lying within each of us. It’s a hiding place for adults, where we can allow ourselves some selfish moments of idleness safe from inquisitive looks. This unique and hybrid pièce of furniture is a clear object of unabashed idleness. 02_Infini

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Nodo

Designer via Rossetti 19 20145 Milano - Italy T. +39 02 89051016 info@simonesimonelli.com

Simone Simonelli www.simonesimonelli.com

WhoIsHe? Simone Simonelli (1980) studied Industrial Design at Politecnico di Milano and Brunel University London. He is involved in design field since 2003. He worked for different design firms in Italy and abroad. He launched his own practice in 2009.

Toshow

His work has been published on many different intenational design magazines. He is professor at the Free University of Bolzano, Product Design Department, and he also collaborates in teaching activities with Politecnico di Milano and Domus Academy.

WhatDoesHedo? Simone Simonelli designs for companies, friends, anyone interested. His work has been shown in Milano, Roma, Bruxelles, Paris, Munchen, Verona, Genova etc. In Milan, Simone Simonelli will show: The project i am presenting here in Milano is part of a research that i am doing on affordable and light structures. I found interesting that fragile and unusual elements could became the structure of a collection of bookshelves. Simplicity and sealing technology were the inspiration of the project.

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Nodo

Designer via Rossetti 19 20145 Milano - Italy T. +39 02 89051016 info@simonesimonelli.com

Simone Simonelli www.simonesimonelli.com

WhoIsHe? Simone Simonelli (1980) studied Industrial Design at Politecnico di Milano and Brunel University London. He is involved in design field since 2003. He worked for different design firms in Italy and abroad. He launched his own practice in 2009.

Toshow

His work has been published on many different intenational design magazines. He is professor at the Free University of Bolzano, Product Design Department, and he also collaborates in teaching activities with Politecnico di Milano and Domus Academy.

WhatDoesHedo? Simone Simonelli designs for companies, friends, anyone interested. His work has been shown in Milano, Roma, Bruxelles, Paris, Munchen, Verona, Genova etc. In Milan, Simone Simonelli will show: The project i am presenting here in Milano is part of a research that i am doing on affordable and light structures. I found interesting that fragile and unusual elements could became the structure of a collection of bookshelves. Simplicity and sealing technology were the inspiration of the project.

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Slippulse

Design Studio Pacific Bldg 4F, 1-5-3 Higashi-Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0044 - Japan T. +81-3-5114-9873 info@tomsuma.jp

Sponsors:

tomsuma alt. Cooperation:

www.tomsuma.jp

Love, Laugh, and Touch are the basic concept of tomsuma project. For having fruitful life, we design Artistic Health Device to support your mental health in unique way. Artistic Health Device supports 1)your “Release” by phrenospasm (or laughing), 2)to provide you a time to be a fool and 3)the way you to be a fool. The action gradually generates something very beautiful. We think social health by sowing seed of humor. Refreshing your humanity movement by art. Introducing the movement is our mission. Tomsuma Alternative is founded by artist/designer Kayo ISHIKAWA in 2007 and sake sommelier Mo-

Receive me

moko MASUOKA joined in 2009. We mainly provide art direction of stage video, music-clip, promotion video, web design, advertisement, writing and holding exhibition. Artistic Health Device is created in 2002 and is named by art producer Junji ITO. The piece is uniquely combined essence of humor therapy and art and designed to aim participatory and stimulating one’s sense. At present, we study the effectiveness of Artistic Health Device in child education field together with Belcanto preschool(Japan). We also plan to have exhibition and workshop all over the world.

In Milan, tomsuma alt. will show: “Tenorigochi-san”provides you mini-Zen. To support finding something great (or something shining) in your inner self. In order to find it, you have to listen to your inner child. We believe the concept of Zen, one of many sect of Buddhism, helps listening to your inner child and so we pour the essence of Zen into our artwork. Tenorigochi-san Ceremony first of all, please grab “JB” and move it back and forth. JB starts go buru-buru or vibrating. You can enjoy the vibration and your unnecessary thought will be shaken off. Then, go across the threshold of bAKa.

To make a bow to tenorigochi-san which stands at Hakoniwa-Karesansui or miniature sized dry landscape garden. To hand tenorigochi-san and see it from all angles. To let tenorigochi-san put on your forefinger. If you have unquiet mind, tenorigochi-san will lose its balance and fall to the ground. If the case happened to you, please take a breath deeply and try it again. Enjoy the scenic view expanding in your mind with tenorigochi-san.

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Slippulse

Design Studio Pacific Bldg 4F, 1-5-3 Higashi-Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0044 - Japan T. +81-3-5114-9873 info@tomsuma.jp

Sponsors:

tomsuma alt. Cooperation:

www.tomsuma.jp

Love, Laugh, and Touch are the basic concept of tomsuma project. For having fruitful life, we design Artistic Health Device to support your mental health in unique way. Artistic Health Device supports 1)your “Release” by phrenospasm (or laughing), 2)to provide you a time to be a fool and 3)the way you to be a fool. The action gradually generates something very beautiful. We think social health by sowing seed of humor. Refreshing your humanity movement by art. Introducing the movement is our mission. Tomsuma Alternative is founded by artist/designer Kayo ISHIKAWA in 2007 and sake sommelier Mo-

Receive me

moko MASUOKA joined in 2009. We mainly provide art direction of stage video, music-clip, promotion video, web design, advertisement, writing and holding exhibition. Artistic Health Device is created in 2002 and is named by art producer Junji ITO. The piece is uniquely combined essence of humor therapy and art and designed to aim participatory and stimulating one’s sense. At present, we study the effectiveness of Artistic Health Device in child education field together with Belcanto preschool(Japan). We also plan to have exhibition and workshop all over the world.

In Milan, tomsuma alt. will show: “Tenorigochi-san”provides you mini-Zen. To support finding something great (or something shining) in your inner self. In order to find it, you have to listen to your inner child. We believe the concept of Zen, one of many sect of Buddhism, helps listening to your inner child and so we pour the essence of Zen into our artwork. Tenorigochi-san Ceremony first of all, please grab “JB” and move it back and forth. JB starts go buru-buru or vibrating. You can enjoy the vibration and your unnecessary thought will be shaken off. Then, go across the threshold of bAKa.

To make a bow to tenorigochi-san which stands at Hakoniwa-Karesansui or miniature sized dry landscape garden. To hand tenorigochi-san and see it from all angles. To let tenorigochi-san put on your forefinger. If you have unquiet mind, tenorigochi-san will lose its balance and fall to the ground. If the case happened to you, please take a breath deeply and try it again. Enjoy the scenic view expanding in your mind with tenorigochi-san.

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Unbroken lamp, 2009

Design Studio Marco Zavagno & Enrica Cavarzan Via della Pila, 40 30175 Venezia Marghera - Italy T. +39 041 922007 info@zaven.net

Just a bit -PaolaC, 2003

Zaven is a studio founded in 2004 by Enrica Cavarzan and Marco Zavagno, with headquarters in an ex-industrial space in Marghera, Venice.

Zaven www.zaven.net

Zaven carries out research into the crossover between communication, design and art, creating projects at an international level for graphics, product and exhibition design. The studio’s energy lies in its creating partnerships and developing ideas in different fields, looking for the differential that is important for every single project in the diversity of experiences. In Milan, Zaven will show: At Meet My Project Zaven presents a table lamp with LED technology, reinterpreting the lamp shade in its classical sense, minimizing its volume in order to contain the modern source. The mass is concentrated at the base of the lamp to make it solid and stable. On the contrary the stem and the shade are designed slim and lightweight

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Unbroken lamp, 2009

Design Studio Marco Zavagno & Enrica Cavarzan Via della Pila, 40 30175 Venezia Marghera - Italy T. +39 041 922007 info@zaven.net

Just a bit -PaolaC, 2003

Zaven is a studio founded in 2004 by Enrica Cavarzan and Marco Zavagno, with headquarters in an ex-industrial space in Marghera, Venice.

Zaven www.zaven.net

Zaven carries out research into the crossover between communication, design and art, creating projects at an international level for graphics, product and exhibition design. The studio’s energy lies in its creating partnerships and developing ideas in different fields, looking for the differential that is important for every single project in the diversity of experiences. In Milan, Zaven will show: At Meet My Project Zaven presents a table lamp with LED technology, reinterpreting the lamp shade in its classical sense, minimizing its volume in order to contain the modern source. The mass is concentrated at the base of the lamp to make it solid and stable. On the contrary the stem and the shade are designed slim and lightweight

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Arte TV

Arte France 8, Rue Marceau F-92785 Issy-les-Moulineaux Cedex 9- Paris - France presse@arte.tv

ARTE, the european channel, continuously encourages creative initiatives of young and promising artists in the various fields of fine arts, photo and of course design.

Arte www.arte.tv

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ARTE simply wished to encourage ÂŤMeet my projectÂť and therefore to offer the visitors the possibility to discover the Design Collection produced and broadcast by ARTE.

Ron Arad Associates

mark on it. The objects reflect their time, while at the same time anticipating the future. Started in 1999 and based on an original idea of Luciano Rigolini, this collection is made up thirty-one shorts films, each one of 26 minutes. Discover the next and original works of this collection starting from may 18th of 2010, on ARTE.

Placing the art of design in its sociological and technological context, the Design Collection tells the story of the 20th century through the industrial objects that have made their

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Arte TV

Arte France 8, Rue Marceau F-92785 Issy-les-Moulineaux Cedex 9- Paris - France presse@arte.tv

ARTE, the european channel, continuously encourages creative initiatives of young and promising artists in the various fields of fine arts, photo and of course design.

Arte www.arte.tv

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ARTE simply wished to encourage ÂŤMeet my projectÂť and therefore to offer the visitors the possibility to discover the Design Collection produced and broadcast by ARTE.

Ron Arad Associates

mark on it. The objects reflect their time, while at the same time anticipating the future. Started in 1999 and based on an original idea of Luciano Rigolini, this collection is made up thirty-one shorts films, each one of 26 minutes. Discover the next and original works of this collection starting from may 18th of 2010, on ARTE.

Placing the art of design in its sociological and technological context, the Design Collection tells the story of the 20th century through the industrial objects that have made their

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www.betsdesign.fr

Partners

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About Meet My Project presents a selection of designers, coming from all over the world to showcase their brand new prototypes. A unique and stimulating source for industrials, manufacturers, art directors and journalists. Contact: info@meetmyproject.com

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Meet My Project collaborates with Honda, for the launch of their new hybrid car CR-Z, which relies on a smart design and effective environmental technology.

www.honda.fr

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Meet My Project - Milano 2010  

Catalogue for Meet My Project. the exhibition is held in Milano from 14th to 19th of mai 2010. 15 internationally selected designers display...