Francesco Rota designer of Alias Wall Lamp
In 1995 he goes back to Milan and estabilishes the Francesco Rota Design Office, and begins to team up with overseas and italian business. His major works include display room layout for Versus and John Richmond; showroom design for L'Oreal; storehouse, display room and office interior layout for the Oluce Factory and Base of operations in Milan; office, showroom and appartments indoor design for the Bals Corporation Milan Headquarters; indoor layout for Women Celebrities Agency in Paris, as well as spatial layout for the Nestlè exhibit during The International Salone del Mobile at Superstudio+ Milan in 2004.In addition, he has actually done spatial setups for Daimler Chrysler_Mercedes Benz during the 8th International Exhibition of Architecture in Venice at The Corderie dell 'Arsenale in 2004 and the 'Terrazza Martini' for Martini & Rossi during the 62nd International Exhibition of Cinematography Art in Venice in 2005. His product designs consist of the complete house collection and the exterior collection for the firm Paola Lenti for which he has actually likewise developed a number of installments and the catalogue.He has actually likewise produced many lights fixtures designs for Oluce consisting of Ibiza, an exterior light with an integrated loudspeaker, and an entire collection of products for Martini & Rossi to develop brand name recognition troughout using the personalized products during special occasions in picked public areas. Francesco Rota newest work features the Room Sofa system and the Jet ceramic tumbler set created for the japanese firm Bals Tokyo, provided at the 2007 International Salone del Mobile in Milan.In the last couple of years, Francesco Rota has actually participated in numerous exhibits, held at: Spazio Opos, Luisa Delle Piane gallery, Spazio Zeus, St. Etienne Internatinale biennale du style, Hannover Messe, Triennale di Milano. Francesco Rota has actually gotten a number of awards, featuring the International Audi Design Award "Life moving" first prize, and 2 honorable mentions at the 19° Premio Compasso D'Oro 2001 with "Linea" an indoor chaise longue and at the 20° Premio Compasso D'Oro 2004 with "Isle" an outdoor couch system. Since 2004 Francesco Rota is an instructor of master in item style degrees at the European Design Institute of Milan.Alias Wall Lamp Wall surface light or mirror? "Alias" is in fact a wall lamp that takes the mirror as an unsurpassable ornamental surface area. Just what could be much more enchanting compared to the representation of the surrounding environment or our own face? Alias all at once resolves the longstanding problem of the "high quality" of wall surface lamps when turned off: the mirror, projected forward from the opal glass physical body with a cone-shaped section, maintains its capability to connect any time of day.Canopy"Canopy" indicates ceiling plate: the most basic and most disregarded aspect of the style of light, the one that, applied to the ceiling, conceals the cable coming out, is now improved (indeed, the layout was established out of a ceiling plate typically made use of at Oluce): its figurative energy is disclosed. The invention, nevertheless, lies in the use of a source, the "circolina" or round light. "Canopy" pulls from an essential suspension lamp in the record of design, namely Vico Magistretti's "Sonora", to transform its shape and its lighting-technical concepts.LineThe wall light "Line parete" is an evolution of the homonymous suspension tools, and makes use of the peculiarities of ovalized pyrex glass to convey a vital picture. Marginal, not minimum. Its charitable size, the importance of its products, the existence of 2 sources acting as wall-washers upwards and downwards, make "Line" an entirely new product on the market. "Line parete", a clear glass cane, intelligently evaluated where the light sources are put, is developed to decorate the walls of our homes in a remarkably initial means.Pill-lowOutdoors and indoors are no longer managed as different worlds in contemporary layout however as one continuous room: interior areas circulation effortlessly outdoors; comfortable, light-weight furniture moves out of the living room into the outdoor patio or into the garden. This is where "Pill-low" can be found in: a lamp that could likewise be used outdoors, covered in an unique mesh material that creates a "residential" appearance, a far cry from the technological violence of traditional exterior fittings. Not simply an unusual "textile" light things, because "Pill-low" does not object to being utilized as seats.