Rigore ed es­sen­zia­li­tà

Ri­gour and Sim­pli­ci­ty

Abitare - - Nuove Maniglie -

Con­ce­pi­to co­me spin-off del­la sto­ri­ca azien­da Sa­li­ce Pao­lo, il neo­na­to brand En­to si pre­sen­ta con un pro­get­to ba­sa­to sull’uso ri­go­ro­so e mi­ni­ma­le di un uni­co ma­te­ria­le, l’ot­to­ne, in un pro­ces­so pro­dut­ti­vo in­te­ra­men­te ita­lia­no. So­no tre pro­dot­ti fir­ma­ti da Lo­ren­zo Da­mia­ni, Gor­don Guil­lau­mier e Da­vi­de Di­li­ber­to, che del mar­chio è an­che art di­rec­tor. Tre ma­ni­glie di sti­li dif­fe­ren­ti, ma dall’este­ti­ca es­sen­zia­le, ef­fi­ca­ci te­sti­mo­ni del­la fi­lo­so­fia azien­da­le che ele­va la ma­ni­glia da sem­pli­ce com­ple­men­to – da qui il no­me En­to – a ele­men­to in­te­gran­te del pro­get­to ar­chi­tet­to­ni­co.

Crea­ted as a mo­dern-day spin-off of Sa­li­ce Pao­lo, the well-esta­bli­shed ma­ker of door hand­les, the new En­to brand ma­kes its de­but wi­th a de­si­gn ba­sed on the re­strai­ned and mi­ni­mal use of a sin­gle ma­te­rial, brass, in an all-Ita­lian pro­duc­tion pro­cess. The th­ree pro­duc­ts are de­si­gned by Lo­ren­zo Da­mia­ni, Gor­don Guil­lau­mier and Da­vi­de Di­li­ber­to, who is al­so the brand’s art di­rec­tor. Th­ree hand­les in dif­fe­rent, but sim­ple sty­les, and a good exam­ple of the cor­po­ra­te phi­lo­so­phy that turns the hum­ble hand­le an in­te­gral part of the de­si­gn sche­me.

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