Gabriele Pezzini designed Crystal Table for Maxdesign
Gabriele Pezzini is a designer-thinker based in Paris. Layout director for Hermès up until 2010, he is a consultant for design and innovation for Hermès and various other firms. He is a specialist in product and project theory and just recently released the book Meteorite: looking much, viewing very closely, concentrating on the task process. Formerly, Gabriele Pezzini's artistic training led him to co-found the MADE gallery in Florence. His goal was to match creative value to industry manufacturing, later driving him to end up being layout manager for the French company Allibert. Going back to Milan, he began focusing on research-based jobs which led him to co-found and manage the company virtuallydesign.com. He spent many years sharing study exhibitions, his newest being A Manifesto Exhibition, conceived with Enzo Mari. Gabriele Pezzini will be evaluating outstanding ingenuity in Galleries as a jury participant of the 2012 International Design & Communication Awards (IDCA).Wired ChairWired is the new edition of a layout job that has actually been modified with time without ever before deserting the initial trace of an iconic shape, which is representative of a style technique-- "che fare"-- that goes means past the form of a product.Wired is efficient and light. Its technical, structural and practical properties end up being aesthetic attributes and make this sober archetype extensive but stylish. Although relatively insubstantial, its metal rod framework-- formerly folded and welded-- is actually quite tough but not intrusive. Conceived to respond to a range of bodily and emotional demands, Wired is ideal for lots of various types of setups. Wired is fruit of breakthrough design modern technology, a useful and highly prominent awareness whose style shuns the unnecessary but makes a declaration.Crystal Tables The Crystal Tables, developed by Gabriele Pezzini, share a easy but visual layout. The main characteristic of the Crystal array stands on the shape of the legs, sober but wonderfully developed to form a triangular.Linear ChairWhen Lapalma asked Gabriele Pezzini to create the 'Linea' chair, they advised him to create a crucial and archetypal seat that would certainly make the best feasible use of square section tubular steel and multiply-- simple materials that are part and parcel of the Italian mold's collection. It was not a very easy job, and asked for a bunch of testing to locate the right mix in between light weight framework, comfort and aesthetic resolution. The look for formal continuity in between both products was axiomatic. As the designer statements: 'Incorporating the standard components-- structure-seat-back-- in three measurements, to acquire the final result, was tiresome'. Actually, the architectonic resolution of the framework makes it possible for the back to be put on hold, meanings a gain in lightness while preserving comforting features like security and resistance. Feature, convenience, lightweight and stackability were all specifications, however they were not restrictions; true to his way, Pezzini makes use of constraints. 'They are elements that play a fundamental duty in the professional interpretation of the product'.