A Tempo designed by Pauline Deltour for Alessi
Pauline Deltour (born in 1983, Landerneau, France)Learnt used fine art and layout at the Olivier de Serres (ENSAAMA) in Paris (2001-3) and holds a bachelors degree in commercial layout from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs (ENSAD) in Paris, (2004-6).In between 2006-2009, functioned as a professional and a project leader at Konstantin Grcic Industrial Design in Munich and opened her own center as of winter 2009 in Munich, Germany. Lives and works in Paris given that October 2010.A TempoFamily members of gadgets made from cord, made up of two various fruits baskets, a paper and a dishrack basket. Extension of the household in advancement."This family members of tasks comes from the desire to work with an extremely primary material, metal cord. Today's cord market is highly established, although it's a material that is frequently put to industrial use rather than taken into consideration for domestic functions. The objects in the "A Tempo" family play in a crescendo of tempo, length, density and movement. Functioning the cable as if it were a graphic component enabled her to highlight its visual high qualities, making an unusual, various language characterised by very special optical results. The product packaging is really fundamental: a basic sheet of paper utilized to cover each item, just like the very first items sold by Alessi. The developers I comply with, especially when they're extremely youthful, frequently have a significant amount of nerve and brashness that enables them to handle extremely hard, tough concerns fearlessly, such as searching for a sort of New Simpleness in the myriad of the professional products offered today. The problem is knowing the best ways to create something that is really simple without simply not duplicating types that already exist in the mare magnum of modern commercial production. Pauline has actually done merely that, developing a family of steel-wire things that not only have a premium image, yet are likewise capable of revealing a breath of fresh hope and newness.RouleWhen I was asked to work with copper, I promptly believed about these traditional pots for jam making ... The tray "Roule" obtains its motivation from this symbol and uses its really particular feature: an exaggeratedly large rolled side that, below, helps with managing and stacking. The stylish form, rounded edges and innovative products-- copper and brass - make it a high-end, yet simple things.Wonder cabinets of Europe"Like small marvel closets, each professional is offered a large wooden "instance" in which they will certainly display a task they decided to unveil at the London Style Celebration. We likewise asked the professionals to share and display personal impacts connected to the contexts (topographical, social, etc) where they function and their job methods. The cupboard of interests, a never-ending source of inspiration, which represents this gorgeous concept of Europe, of the Renaissance Man: the experienced enthusiast looking for questions ... Each cabinet is developed as an exhibit within the exhibit-- an atomized gallery room.".