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Matrizia

RonArad_Matrizia_2015Tem a frescura do Ron Arad do início da sua carreira, em que experimentava com as formas, com o movimento e com os meios de produção artesanal.
Esse Arad protagonizou com uma linguagem nova que se tornou moda e gerou alguns dos ícones mais cobiçados do novo design e, hoje, do mercado do design coleccionável.
Mas, como acontece a estes génios ambiciosos, a sua criatividade começou a declinar para as solicitações do mercado e a dar origem a merchandising das suas formas.
Com Matrizia volta a um genuíno materializar de uma ideia, embora acompanhado da capacidade de concretização de um fabricante capaz e com provas dadas.
De um colchão (mattress) abandonado, que terá visto na rua, passa a um assento que sugere o objecto mas também as suas formas livres.
Foi apresentado pela Moroso em Milão ano passado, embora ainda não o possamos encontrar no seu website. Aguardaremos.
(imagem: Matrizia (2015) de Ron Arad)
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It has the freshness of Ron Arad’s early career, when he was experimenting with forms, movement and the production means of the crafts.
This Arad starred with a new language, that has become fashionable and generated some of the most coveted icons of the New Design and, today, of the collectable design market.
But as happens to these ambitious genius, his creativity began to decline to the market demands and gave rise to merchandising of his own forms.
With Matrizia he returns to a genuine materializing of an idea, though accompanied by the ability to achieve of a capable manufacturer.
An abandoned mattress, seen on the street, become a seat that suggests the object but also Arad’s free forms.
Was presented by Moroso last year in Milan, however we can still not find it on their website. We will wait.
(photo: Matrizia (2015) by Ron Arad)

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This entry was posted on March 4, 2016 by in Design, Uncategorized and tagged , .
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