"Bottle" is Industrial Facility's first project with NAVA. It is an analogue watch where its crystal mimmics the raised nodules found on the bottom of bottles. S. Hecht and K. Colin are known for their simple design, based on acute observation: They created the clock Bottle for Nava Design. A particular object: round dial acrylic acetate that thanks to the 60 marks imprinted gives a tactility to remember that the bottom of the bottles. The colors recall the bottles of wine, beer, spirits, water.
Nava Design was founded in 1970, at the time Nava decided working with leading international designers. The success of these partnerships has allowed Nava to create a very strong link between design and its products. The study and the development of the products find the right balance between functionality and aesthetic sensitivity, which is the base for Nava philosophy. Refined materials, quality and innovation characterize all products, translating a design that goes beyond vain fashion. Through the years some products have become icons in the graphic worldwide, and are still today available in a Museums and Design Foundations in the world. Currently the world’s Nava is declined in three catalogues, Bags and Accessories, Stationery, Design watches that communicate through a single language “The Design”.
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Sway is a beautifully designed and highly versatile container made of silicone. Food-safe and easy to clean, Sway is perfect for storing candies, jewellery, stationery and other precious objects.
Finell designs and manufactures neo luxe housewares and fashion accessories. Based in Texas, USA, Finell represents the finest craftsmanship and quality, with products made from an unexpected mix of luxury materials. Their designs offer a progressive aesthetic and innovative features, as unique and refined as the customers who appreciate them.
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The Coat Rack Single is part of the Pipework Series. Designed to challenge our perception of the industrial landscape, the Pipework Series plays with the raw visual qualities of exposed pipes found in most built environments. These distinctive designs offer an inventive alternative to conventional choices, created from materials that show a combination of purpose and humour.
British designer, Nick Fraser, produces a collection of contemporary interior products, characterised by re-imagining the familiar. His playful designs offer well-considered functionality, combined with character and charm. Using a range of materials and processes, all products are manufactured in the UK, with a large proportion being made by hand in his studio in Frome, Somerset. Nick focuses on quality objects that are individual and made to last. We naturally form memories of objects and materials in our everyday lives; Nick’s aim is to explore and build on these connections in an unexpected way. By playing with the visual and functional attributes of the norm, a new appreciation can be created.
Over the last 10 years, Nick has sold his products around the world. His refreshing approach has caught the buyers’ eyes at world-class retailers such as Liberty, V&A, Heal’s, Paul Smith and The Design Museum. Other clients include Google, Ted Baker, and Channel 4 productions. Nick's work has been featured in many broadsheets and design publications in the UK and around the world. The list includes Living Etc, ID Magazine, The Independent, Dam, Elle Decoration, KBB, Vogue Living, Grand Designs, The Sunday Times, Evening Standard and World of Interiors.
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