Guess the Object

Are you into details? Are you capable of distinguishing the subtlest movement of a curve and the finest superficial treatment? Are you the type of person carefully looking at every single angle of products? If so you'll enjoy these articles, 100% detail based.

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Eolo is a little object meant to provide some relaxing quality time. Is a chromatic ambient light that changes intensity, colour and direction as time passes, and a fragrance diffuser.
Designed by Dante Donegani and Giovanni Lauda for the italian Rotaliana, what got our attention is its compact and simple nature and the rather clever treatment given to the surface; a vertical series of fine strips which different heights delineate the three-dimensional shape of Aeolus, the mythical God of Winds. 
There's nothing else than the needed size and elements in this object, yet it has a strong personality.


Designer: Dante Donegani and Giovanni Lauda
Company: Rotaliana
Year: 2009
Materials: injection moulded ABS


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