Play communs is a game for children and parents to approach large and small electronics, designed by French collective Ultra Ordinaire design Nathalie Pierre Bruyère with Duffau, study Duffau & Associés, Toulouse. Which premiered during the Salone del Mobile in Milan, Then the macef Milan and the first Maker Faire European of Rome. The draft Ultra Ordinaire starring architects, designers, students, economists and technology experts, is a game for children and parents to approach large and small electronics.
The French study Duffau Associés submit to macef for Ultra Ordinaire robots of Play communs series and the collection of plates Textures A1 produced according to Limoges tradition, born in 1771 following the discovery of kaolin. Limoges porcelain - He is known worldwide for its mixture of kaolin - is a perfectly fine white porcelain, a mixture of different components heated to a temperature of 1400 ° to reach the characteristic transparency of porcelain.