Front in Milan

Lampshade Bulb for Booo
Front was inspired by the long life of a LED lamp. Its burning time of almost ten years makes it possible to create a lamp you never need to change the bulb of. The inner dome softens the light and creates the illusion of a lamp without a bulb, blurring the boundary between lightsource and lampshade.

Chameleon Cupboard for Porro
A colour changing cupboard. The new Chameleon unit is a magic volume, constantly opening on itself like the game of the Chinese boxes, changing appearance and revealing new finishes. To be used as a container for the bedroom or the living, it consists of a central wooden crate, covered by leather layers, which used as hinges, allows it to turn and be revolved, changing its colour and look according to the specific mood.

Surface Tension Lamp for Booo
A bubble is brief, and bursts at your touch. But while it lasts, it catches the light and reflects the room like a multi-coloured temporary structure. Front wanted to create a constantly changing lamp that combines the most ephemeral of lampshades with a LED light source that will last for 50000 hours. In the time it takes the LED to burn out, the lamp will have had 3 million different globe shades.

 

 

 

Gentle Chair for Porro
A chair in the shape of two joined arches. Made of wood and upholstered leather.

 

Doodle Sofa for Moroso
We doodle absent mindedly - doodling is a kind of half-conscious creative work. It is both a distraction, and also thought to help you concentrate on whatever you are doing at the same time. All three members of Front used doodles they had made during design meetings to create the sofa's pattern. The decoration is a kind of by-product of Front's creative process, inscribed onto the folded half circle of the sofa's form.

tags: furniture, lighting, glass, exhibitions, ceramic, Front, new products, wood
designers: Front
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Duvet 's Gravatar Duvet , on May 21:

I love the Chameleon Cupboards! They are perfect for living spaces. I can especially picture them in a chic and cozy bedroom. This is going to be a good solution for people who like to change the look of his/her living space every now and then.
sarah hauff's Gravatar sarah hauff, on July 2:

Well, to me the Chameleon Cupboard for Porro looks like a remake of the famous Schrank-Koffer by iconic Swiss Designer Hans Eichenberger from the 80ies ...
sarah hauff's Gravatar sarah hauff, on July 3:

cool stuff...
Peter Wilson's Gravatar Peter Wilson, on July 7:

These stuffs can be a good space saver.Color changing cupboard really suits well in newly renovated home.The art made on these stuff is uncommon.
Nice work done! From where should I get this?

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