That’s Interesting 27.04.18

From Panasonic’s “Transitions” to MÀM’s, from Smeg and Dolce & Gabbana’s “Divina Cucina” to Nike’s Air Max Day’18 here’s some things that made us say “That’s interesting” in the studio this week.

Take a breath

For this year’s Milan Design Week, Panasonic has designed “Transitions”: a large water drop-shaped pavilion, currently residing in the Pinacoteca di Brera’s courtyard. The pavilion aims to provide the cleanest air possible to its visitors with advanced air purification technology – highlighting the brand’s shifting focus from designing objects to enhanced everyday experiences.

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Dinner for two

MÀM’s is a new conceptual range of spices box sets which aim to make curry-cooking simple by providing a fun and pain-free experience. The brand’s creative packaging bundle together the curry pastes and spices in bright-coloured blocks, which can be combined in different ways for a customised taste.

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A taste of Sicily

Smeg’s cult kitchen designs just got a Sicilian make-over from fashion designer duo Dolce & Gabbana. Inspired by  Italian Maiolica ceramic pottery, the ‘Divina Cucina’ collection covers everyday kitchen appliances with traditional colourful patterns. It will be available in late 2018.

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Air Max Day’18

Nike has once again teamed up with ManvsMachine for its annual celebration Air Max Day. The resulting film pays homage to the brand’s classic collection Nike Air, with a playful and eye-catching blend of live action, typographical design, 3d animation.

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