NEVER-ENDING COMFORT

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    NEVER-ENDING COMFORT

    Opens today “Never-ending”, the latest contest launched by the participatory design platform Formabilio. The aspiring designers have to submit modular furniture and home accessories, where the end and the beginning follow one another repeating over and over again. Elements that are chasing each other like the moon and the sun, that give way to a new day each time, that are completing themselves, that cease to be a single element to create together a new beginning, a new piece that contains them both.  

    Projects can be submitted online in the dedicated page from 10:00 am CET January 8th, 2014 and by no later than February 5th,  2014 at 6.00 pm CET.

    For further information and to enter the contest: https://www.formabilio.com/design-contest/never-ending

     

    To the winners Formabilio will give the chance to see their project produced and to earn the 7% of the final sale price from the sales on formabilio.com website. Products are available to buy online on Formabilio’s shop.

    In the Shop on formabilio.com are available the following products, They have won past contests and now are exclusive furniture pieces branded Formabilio:

     

    Tconsolle –  Made entirely of wood, it has a single block supported by leg-structure that reminds of an easel. Furthermore the color selection of the central block would make it suit any interior decor. Tconsolle is a furniture piece that can contain hide or show. Idea conceived by Gloria Colleoni and produced by Live In for Formabilio.

    https://www.formabilio.com/shop/tables/consoles/t-consolle-storage-container#124

     

    Ivetta Rocking chair – This rocking chair is part of the IVETTA chair line.

    Ivetta rocking chair is the quintessential relax furniture piece, beautiful, snugly and soft. It has a structure made of beech and is upholstered with felt, the soft seatback adapts to the body of the person that uses it for extra comfort.Designed by Giancarlo Cutello and produced by Euroline Furniture and Live In for Formabilio.

    https://www.formabilio.com/shop/design-chairs/chairs/ivetta-rocking#145

     

    JOINT –  Coffee table  made of three unsteamed Beech elements easy to assemble without any screw or other tools needed. The naturalness of solid wood, the characteristic grain that creates chromatic shades reminding of a nordic furniture piece. It is handcrafted, essential, elegant. Designed by Antonio Onorati produced by Ivo Fontana Mobili for Formabilio.

    https://www.formabilio.com/shop/tables/coffee-tables/joint-no-screws-table#38

     

    FORMABILIO.COM: We turn the best ideas into exclusive, eco-friendly products 100% made in Italy.

    Formabilio is a made in Italy brand that produces furniture and home accessories designed by creative minds from all over the world through design contests, chosen by a community of design enthusiasts, manufactured by small Italian enterprises and sold online on the web-platform formabilio.com

     

    Participatory: Among the submitted projects, the community chooses the winning products to put to production. Formabilio’s winners get 7% of the product’s retail price. Formabilio’s community has  82.263 registered users, 1.827 designers and a total of approximately 3.950 submitted projects.

    Made in Italy: The winning projects are produced by small artisan companies partners of Formabilio.

    Eco-friendly: All Formabilio’s products are made with eco-friendly materials: timber coming from local sawmills, water-based varnishes or natural oil finishing and recycled fabrics upholstery.

    Online: Formabilio products are available on www.formabilio.com.

     

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