Soap bubbles, fleeting emotions from the near past captured in a romantic, timeless play light and weightless reflections.
The handcrafted diffusor is a series of small folded iridescent polycarbonate pieces, illuminated by an almost invisible light source. The ample collection (wall, floor, table, and suspension) enchants the onlooker with its design and varied refractions.
Born in 1984. After receiving a degree in Industrial Design in 2007, Adriano began his professional career in SLAMP’S Research & Development department, where he continues his success today. Going against the trend of mass-produced items, Adriano Rachele gives each of his pieces the feeling of a single edition while still managing to produce them in series.
Rachele believes that design should possess soul, express poetry and emotion that tells a story extending beyond simple forms. This concept comes through in his soft, sinuous designs, whose forms emphasise the unique identity of the brand, and enhance their individual hand-crafted style. His challenge is to create objects which combine technology, functionality and innovation with tradition and emotion, while maintaining their ironic and accessible nature.
In 2010, he was recognised as one of the top young talents in Italian design for his Veli project, which won the Red Dot Design Award in 2012.