Homeware Design

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Cilindro

Whether ancient or contemporary, the column is a shape always present in the architectonic imagery. Inspired by it, the Cilindro produced by Levira, due to the fact that it articulates in two semi-cylinders, allows one of the halves to be constituted as a container, while the other half, by lifting to a horizontal position the plane that closes it can become a working surface. This surface has on its bottom face a telescopic tubular leg which folds through a small mechanism, allowing the horizontal positioning of the plane that constitutes the work surface.

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Classic

This design is a new Chinese-style writing desk, according to the principle of Ergonomics, which integrates the Chinese Han Dynasty QiaoAn form into the writing desk design, in order to have its novel shape, reasonable function, smooth lines. The connection between the tabletop with chair face and table or chair legs is cast iron and the rest is made of the Red Oaks. Combining the new Chinese style and the metal elements with the minimalistic wind reflect the functional comfort and the rationality of the material use.

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Acorn Leisure Chair

This design is the leisure chair with the acorn form. The backrest fits the back shape of person, the function is resonable and the line is concise and smooth. The upper part of seat has a seating function, with a large space at the bottom, which can store, gather and provide a seating area for pets. The material is solid wood and metal plastic, which is easy to create a strong color contrast, enhance the visual beauty.

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MOLT

MOLT, a transformation of the Chinese chair, was inspired by Western design. MOLT used the idea of “anamorphosis” in the furniture to express distort perspective. The front angle appearing to be the ancient chair of Chinese emperor’s has a symbol of power, while the floating armrests represent honour, but when the experiencer walks around it. It transforms into a Western rocking chair with two elegant curved bands attached to the bottom of the legs.

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BOQ

BOQ is an ice bath trolley for serving champagne at receptions. It is made of wood, metal, resin and glass. Circular symmetry organizes objects and materials as an integral part of design. Standard flutes are stowed in corolla, head down, under a white resin tray, protected from dust and shocks. The composition, almost floral, invites the guests to form a circle to taste the precious drink. But first of all, it is an effective stage accessory for the waiter.

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Cartouche

Ancient Egypt was one of the nations that created perfumes, clothes design, oils, and other beauty treatments. Indeed, the Egyptians placed a very emphasis on their physical appearance. Dress form design was inspired by a cartouche which is an ancient Egyptian hieroglyphic nameplate, shaped like an oval with a horizontal bar at the base of the oval and a king's nickname written inside of the oval. The oval surrounding their nickname was meant to protect them from evil spirits in life and after death. The cartouche has become a symbol representing luck and protection from evil.

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