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TUBES with Origami among the protagonists of the ADI Design Museum in Milan

ORIGAMI TUBES ADI DESIGN MUSEUM
TUBES with Origami among the protagonists of the ADI Design Museum in Milan it has been modified: ‭2021-07-04 di Benedict Flowers

In 2018 Tubes received the XNUMXth Compasso d'Oro with Origami, a dual-function heating element designed by Alberto Meda, officially becoming part of the history of design. 

In 2021 theADI Design Museum, to host the Compasso d'Oro Collection, since 1954 the most important recognition in the world of design worldwide, born from an idea of ​​Gio Ponti with the aim of highlighting the quality of Made in Italy products, but above all of recognize the value process that design imprints on the world of production and on society in a transversal way.

In the context of the ADI Design Museum, A special study is dedicated to Origami by Tubes inside the permanent exhibition dedicated to the Compasso Historical Collection curated by Beppe Finessi.

A free-standing Origami h 83,4 micalised black, a light gray satin double-module Origami wall and a free-standing Origami h 163,5 cm pearl mouse gray, are staged together with technical drawings, sketches, prototype elements and illustrative materials that show, in addition to the finished product object, also the design and production process.

High efficiency Plug & Play electric heater, Origami is a poetic, sinuous, articulated and flexible piece of furniture, which combines the primary function, that of heating, with the possibility of separating two rooms and preserving privacy.

"We are honored to contribute to representing the expressive richness of made in Italy design - declares Cristiano Crosetta, CEO of Tubes - and thrilled to see one of our products interacting with extraordinary protagonists of creativity and culture, within this narrative and engaging place. , a reference point for an international community ".

Origami by Tubes is not the first product of the company to find a home in a museum. Other iconic models have been included in the permanent collections of important design museums in the world: from the “Center Pompidou” in Paris, to the Museum of Contemporary Art in Montreal in Canada, to the International Design Museum in Munich.

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