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Opening words, 2015 collection

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Incipit presented at Milan Design Week 2015 a new series of objects from the fluid form and lively, suitable to furnish ironically both domestic environments as those working.

The collection is the result of collaboration with young designers, to highlight the work of talent scouting and research initiated by the company.

Shaped objects sharp and choice of simple materials, natural and processed all in Italy by the expert hands of skilled craftsmen, in respect to that which is the soul of the company, proud ambassador of Made in Italy. In this second collection Incipit favored the natural wood, ceramics, metals and welcomed a new material: concrete.

The collection was exhibited in preview at Ventura XV in a minimal environment but with a strong personality. Two great plans to recreate two tables banned party to emphasize the joyful spirit and friendly atmosphere that characterizes the Milanese brand. The soft lining of tables rises, supported by metal structures, recreating scenes scenic theatrical flavor, perfect presentations in which expose the Lighting Collection.

2015 The collection consists of seven new items, a series exclusively for sale on the web and two new finishes of cult objects.

There are two proposals for Ilaria Innocenti, designer and art director of Incipit. Fifth are three shelves by the three-dimensional shape, made folderizzando a panel plywood worked as if it were a sheet of paper. Used as a shelf or table, create graphic scenes by combining different types of wood.
Refers instead to the tradition, Canasta, The metal container with the cage, of two dimensions. Coated with paint food, is perfect as a container table and iconic if hanging on the wall.

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It is by Paola Monaco di Arianello and Laura Pessoni, designer in their first collaboration with Incipit, the umbrella ceramic and cement Vide. The idea arises from the observation of a simple and instinctive gesture like placing an umbrella and translates into neutral elements that integrate with the environment, taking up the construction materials. Ceramics and cement have been applied to the organic forms of the two compositional elements: the soft and welcoming top, the solid and compact base. A wooden accessory, to hang small umbrellas, completes the project: an element with essential lines integrates with the softness of the ceramic top.

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The hand of Thomas Caldera signs the new proposal from the Lighting Collection: Apple. The project started with an attempt to investigate the type of lamps nomads. The result is a floor lamp with indirect light composed of two main elements and distinct both in terms of material and formal: a diffuser Spun metal that houses the light source and a 'curved wooden handle and milled embracing the speaker .
L 'handle allows to move the lamp and at the same time to keep it in balance, while the diffuser directs the light and receives the light bulb. The two elements, the essential 'to an' other, creating a 'perfect union.

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You Manuela Di Loreto, designers present Incipit in the beginning, the project Oasis. Family of borosilicate glass that wants to ennoble and embellish the classic kitchen items. A wooden lid closes the container enriched in the larger models of a small vase and a bubble in the glass. Oasis is characterized by soft lines that give it a fresh and ethereal in the glass parts, engaging and decided in the wooden parts. An object destined to become iconic and enhance any home.

Novelty of the collection is the Pop Series 2015: 4 collection of objects characterized by bright colors and soft shapes. The collection is sold exclusively on e-commerce Incipit - to emphasize the innovative way of doing business of the company. Pop Series includes: Clip, Pomo, Click and Buzz.

Already in the debut collection, created by Clip SovrappensieroDeclines clock traditionally understood, enriching it with a clamp to attach to protruding parts of the house or office, such as doors, handles, shelves or bookcases. The terminal allows you to place the clock and in any way resembles a pendulum or wheel to give the charge.

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Pomo, ceramic candle holder, recalls a round fruit, juicy and ripe. The object designed by Maria Jennifer Carew, young designers recently arrived in Incipit, has a 'soul joyful and carefree, reminds fields of flowers and spring scents. The colors, soft and clean lines make informal use of candles at the table.

Raul pastry, a designer who has already signed a project for the debut collection, she thought a desk set that does not take itself too seriously. Scotch, pens and pencils are not dissonant elements with the object that contains them, but instead they complement the aesthetics, making it amenable to that of electronic devices familiar to us. The starting point is a block of wood worked where depending on the inserts shown, you can get two different products: Click, camera (roll scotch), and Buzz, radio (pen holders and business cards).

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Incipit brings two complements of great success, presenting new finishes: it is the Gleam candle holders and lamp Tull.

The glass candle holder Gleam created by Filippo Castellani is invested with new finishes mirrored bronze, copper and chromium that make spectacular approached the transparent finishes of 2014, iconic and timeless alone.
Tommaso Caldera proposes a new design of Tull. The lamp, suspension and earth, born from a reinterpretation of old lamps that are usually found in workshops or industrial buildings, is embellished with a metallic finish, which highlights the vintage-inspired giving it an elegant look. Two materials such as copper and nickel are combined and are available in glossy and matt creating an object with a strong personality and refined, perfect for large rooms.

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