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CAST

The hood was developed to perfectly integrate within the exiting architectural structure of the kitchen, but also to be coherent with the full range of appliances. The minimal gesture of the hood aims to update and extend its standard use, allowing the user to perform other functions at the same time. The hood was designed as parallelepiped in which a section was subtracted in order to be used as a shelf for storing various objects and tools. It is an optimization both in terms of functionality and technology.

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CAST

The cast-iron single pan support recalls a domino system. Each stove was entirely produced using cast iron, both for gas burners and countertop, and thought as a single unit, to give the consumer the possibility to personalize his own cooking top; for this reason they are particularly suitable for wide-open space kitchens. Moreover, its form allows different compositions and gives a high level of flexibility for any kind of kitchen where it is installed.

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CAST

The stoves were created using cast-iron and long-lasting material which conveys, in some way; a retro touch belonging to past aesthetics, recalling wood stoves and the memory of cooking on the fire. Stoves can be modern and traditional at the same time; they are clean, efficient and have a highest level of functionality. The gas burners are of the latest generation and combine design with efficiency. We wanted to re-dress an existing product with a new, desirable quality.

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Steam

Steam is a stove-top tea maker. It brews tea by passing hot water pressurized by steam through stacked kettles. Reflecting upon tea culture in east, Steam has stacking teapots specially designed for tea preparation. Larger lower kettle is filled with water to boil, and then boiled water evaporates into upper kettle, steeping loose-leaf tea blend rather slowly. When desired amount is collected in upper part, switch on top is turned to stop water transfer. Serving is made using two kettles with poured tea and water to dilute, therefore allowing user to adjust the strength of drink.

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The Netatmo Thermostat for Smartphone

The Thermostat for Smartphone presents a minimalist, elegant design, in breach with traditional thermostat designs. The translucent cube goes from white to color in an instant. All you have to do is apply one of the 5 interchangeable color films on the back of the device. Soft and light, the color brings a delicate touch of originality. Physical interactions are kept to a minimum. A simple touch allows to change temperature while all other controls are made from the user's smartphone. The E-ink screen chosen for its unparalleled quality and minimal energy consumption.

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The Coanda

The Coanda, designed by Constantino Papatsoris and Santiago Castillo, is a smart, connected ceiling fan that communicates with smartphones via a dedicated app. Users can toggle the built-in LED light fixture, control location or time-based "on" and "off" settings, airflow intensity, automated temperature optimization based on seasonal changes, and communication with smart thermostats to reach optimal temperature and energy savings. The Coanda rethinks the traditional ceiling fan design, accounting for fluid dynamics and inspiration provided by computer fans and industrial air amplifiers.

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Design interview of the day

Read the latest interviews and conversations on design, creativity and innovation between design journalist and world-famous designers, artists and architects. See latest design projects and award-winning designs by famous designers, artists, architects and innovators. Discover new insights on creativity, innovation, arts, design and architecture. Learn about design processes of great designers.

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