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We just designed and produced a new line of radiators that emphasize the features of our patented t-sculpt process: the accuracy and beauty of the shape obtained through aluminium casting and refined surface finishes, the improvements in functionality and energetic savings, the complete recyclability… Read More
Phosphorus Imperfect and ho1 are part of a new project were design meets multimedia. Read More
Shackleton thermosculpture has been chosen as part of the installation and performance project Forrás at the EXPO Hungarian Pavillion from September 21st untill October 31st. Shackleton is the symbolic presence of the Forrás project, representing the heavenly world, the highest step in the shamanic journey and the vital energy of water, both inspiring themes for the architecture of the pavillion.
…a warmed sculptural bench in a garden, an organic radiator in a private apartment, a big urban installation in a city square, an original cooled armchair, this and more is t-sculpt: a new patented technology developed by ho1 multidisciplinary practice and presented during Milan design week 2014 at the Temporary Museum for New Design at the Superstudio Più, within an exhibition showcasing projects by emerging realities along with renowned artists and designers like Michelangelo Pistoletto, Nendo and Karim Rashid.
t-sculpt technology has been presented during the primetime Italian show "Che tempo che fa" on Sunday April 13th 2014. Marco Self was invited there to introduce the concept behind the our project and to show Shackleton, one of the objects exhibited during Milan design week. The invitation to attend one of the most famous Italian television broadcasts was just another witness of the incredible interest for our technology and objects. Read More
Paola Marella e Alessandro di Sarno visited t-sculpt exhibition in Milan while broadcasted live during the TV Show "Quelli che il calcio" on RAI italian national television. Starting from Belisma our wall thermo-sculpture after the satellite scanning of the Milan map, they looked, touched and sat on our sculptures trying to transmit to the audience the surprising feel given by the warm aluminum surface and stated how these objects could fit perfectly in every domestic environment, representing some of the first aesthetically pleasant radiators since the old cast iron heaters in the Paris palaces of the early twentieth century. Read More
Largest italian newspaper Corriere della Sera wrote an interesting article on Milan Design Week on his edition of Saturday, April 12th, 2014. t-sculpt was featured as one of the examples of a new renaissance in italian design. The article speaks about design as no longer interested in mass production but trying to reconnect craftsmanship and technology to pave the way for a new attitude where relevance is given to custom design and and almost hand made feel. An attitude shared by any of our projects, and concepts that have been of primary importance in establishing our platform. You can read the full article below. Read More
"Even a radiator may become a sculpture"…this is the intro of Rainews article (in his trends section) about t-sculpt on show at the Temporary Museum for New Design. An extensive gallery about the installation and some repertoire images underline both the formal freedom and functional innovation behind our own technology recognizing once again the surprise generated by our objects and their possibilities to be at one time visually appealing and able to generate a new approach to furniture. Read More
CNR magazine has published a video about the highlights of Milan design Week, featuring and appearance by engineer and t-sculpt co-founder Riccardo Self describing our Shackleton thermo-sculpture to explain the new technology and its functional and aesthetic values. The video was shot inside the installation at Temporary Museum for New Design at Superstudio Più and it's an effective survey of new trends in contemporary design. Read More
"A seating with a warm surprise": is the pay-off describing the t-sculpt project on the "best of the day" feature of the Amica magazine April 12th, 2014. The writer Barbara Pietroni focuses on our Malet sculpture pointing up that what looks like the relief of the mediterranean island is quite surprisingly an outdoor or indoor seat with a "warm surprise" due to its thermal control implementation. The writer ends stating: "seating outside in winter stargazing will soon be a reality for everyone". Read More