For this last post of the year, we would like to remember the most iconic products of 2015 that made us enriched by its simplicity. Products that we have loved not only for their simplicity but for their materials, finishes, details or because they are simply beautiful.
Gilda, from Carlo Molino. Reissue by Zanotta.
Carlo Mollino believed “Everything is permissible provided it is fantastic”. On this basis he created numerous products looking for sinuous and aerodynamic lines inspired by the world of aviation with which he was fascinated.
The Italian architect, disciple of Alvar Aalto and Erich Mendelsohn created iconic peace’s that took an exceptional place in the history of furniture design such as the Gilda chair from 1954.
Block, from Simon Legald for Normann Copenhagen.
The old waitress trolley has fallen into some disuse. All that is left in our memories is the waitress trolley from our grandparent’s home, but few remember the same in our parent’s home and, even less, remember making use of it.
Simon Legald wanted to recue this peace decreasing its size to move it closer to the format of a side table but adding the versatility of the wheels and four handles that it currently had.
Motoodmood, from Borja García Studio for Mad Lab.
Mad Lab distinguishes his collections as “useful” and “soul objects”. This description gives us a clue of what we can find in Mad Lab: objects to nourish the soul, in the words of Antonio Serrano, alma mater of the company.
Under this premise, Borja García Studio has created a collection of small objects of transport which combines wood and metal in the iconic search of small pieces that take us back to our childhood.
Platel from Note Design Studio for Punt.
This valet stands for innovation and versatility, allowing tomaximize the space of the house and turn chaos into order, simplifying storage options.
Batea, from Daniel and María for Woodendot.
Daniel and María united on finishing university to face the challenge together of creating objects with wood as the main material under their own brand: Woodendot.
They are seeking the delicacy and value of craftsmanship in their proposals, crating elegant and functional objects.