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A metallic soul, but not cold because of this. Lightweight geometries make up objects which seem to acquire their substance through the compactness of the colour. The Formae universe is composed of interior design accessories as the words of a minimal language – graphical accents, pop grammar, modular syntax – to be combined in ever-different manners, allowing owners to experiment with new, more relaxed and convivial living solutions.
▼几何图形的形式搭配高饱和度的色彩，geometries make up objects with the compactness of the colour
Roommate系列作为工业半成品，可根据不同的功能需求组合为多种多样的形式，其使用本身就是一个再创造的过程。该系列有两个代表产品： 由艺术家Alessandro D’angeli设计的Damasco书挡，以及由De Bona De Meo设计的Zenobio衣架，均属于功能性家居用品。
Formae also adds another unusual characteristic to its clean product geometry: born of a family manufacturing company specialised in metalworking, the young brand draws on an artisan know-how which reinterprets and gives new personality to the industrial semi-finished products which form the starting point for each object. In this manner, each product retains the echo of an industrial aesthetic which acts as a counterpoint to a skilful manual activity able to update its forms, each time creating authentic and original details.
At this September’s Maison et Objet – the international trade fair dedicated to the design and decoration of interior spaces – Formae will be officially presenting its brand and unveiling its second collection Roommate, at hall 6, stand J 158 in the Today signature section, dedicated to modern lifestyle with designs from both emerging and well-known designers. Visitors will get a first look at two products which are representative of the characteristics of the new collection, in which the metallic geometries of Formae form functional domestic architectural objects, often animated by a playful touch: Damasco, the bookends designed by Alessandro D’Angeli; and the coat rack Zenobio, designed by creative pairing De Bona De Meo.
▼Zenobio衣架，the coat rack Zenobio
▼铁丝在不同的方向上延伸、碰撞，交织，创造出门、拱门、窗户等建筑构件，evokes doors, arches and windows through the incessant evolution of wire
The reference, for both products, is formed by cities which are more or less real: for the first Damascus, a chaotic, confusing metropolis, the source of infinite splendour; for the other Zenobia, the funambulist city in the clouds from the visionary pen of Italo Calvino, one of his invisible cities. This architectural-urban aspect is a feature of both products, which is developed in a markedly different key: as a scenic backdrop in Damasco, where the bookend becomes a perspective view of the city, able to create miniature architectural glimpses, labyrinthine and disorientating, a pure space for interpretation offered up to the imagination. In Zenobio, on the other hand, it is transformed into a vertical thrust, which evokes doors, arches and windows through the incessant evolution of wire in an interplay on the essential nature and evocative power of the line and the contrasting voids it forms.
▼Damasco书挡，the bookends Damasco
▼创造出不一样的城市视角，the bookend becomes a perspective view of the city
▼微观的建筑单体，miniature architectural form