Fuorisalone.it portal write about us

An extensive photo gallery about our installation at the temporary museum hosted by Superstudio Più has been published on the Fuorisalone.it website. Alongside nice thermo-sculptures pics the gallery it's remarkable because it focuses on details of our process installation, offering a glimpse of all the fascinating and sometimes strange fragments on show, it's a nice way to have a feeling of what our successful installation looked like. As the final note states: "it is like staying in a museum".

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The blog ‘Fashion BlaBla’ write about us

Journalist Riccardo Chiozzotto on the Fashion BlaBla blog writes about his visit at our exhibition in Milan where he spoke extensively with Marco Self. As usual what stole the attention was our ability to translate satellite scanning techniques into fascinating sculptures. Shackleton and Malet are described as fascinating visual experiences and welcoming spots for both the cold and the hot seasons due to their thermal control features. The writer nicely refers to our objects as: "organic radiators"…

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Invitation t-sculpt exhibition

OPENING | t-sculpt | Temporary Museum for New Design - Superstudio Più – Via Tortona 27, Milan  | 07 - 13 April 2014

ho1 is proud to announce that after a long period of design and manufacturing work the t-sculpt project will be presented at the prestigious locations of the Temporary Museum for New Design during the Milan design week 2014. …a warmed sculptural bench in a garden, an organic radiator in a private apartment, a large urban installation in a city square, an original cooled armchair…t-sculpt is all this and more: it is a new patented technology developed by ho1 and presented this year at Superstudio Più which features an exhibition showcasing projects by emerging realities along with renowned artists and designers like Michelangelo Pistoletto, Nendo or Karim Rashid.

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Video of Shackleton exhibition at Muse museum

Shackleton @ Muse opening, Trento July 26th, 2013

Following the invitation of Muse ho1 took part in the two days celebrating the opening of the new science museum in Trento designed by Renzo Piano. Muse opening was an astonishing event, 30.000 people attended the vernissage on july 27th and 28th. We presented the prototypes and the technology of our Shackleton sculpture on the “inventori” performance that took place on the main stage on Sunday morning…the real sculpture was installed just in front of the entrance of the museum in the contest of the “big bang” show organized by galleria Boccanera in collaboration with Muse.

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