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D12 collection designed by Maria Castello
D12 appears as a collection of structures. Simple and straightforward frameworks conceived for practical ends.
Elemental constructions taking the form of structures supporting different elements: a shelf, a hangar or a table. They are however all self contained in their own right. Sometimes appearing as a fluid floating frame like the base of the tables. Others like a nest of lines that appear to be caught in movement, moving in different directions.
Designed by architect Marià Castelló these pieces came about from elements that were originally designed for the Bosc d’en Pep Ferrer, the architect’s own house on the island of Formentera. A minimalist residential project that required the production of stylish matching elements that complimented the architectural detailing and which were expressed through the use of linear geometry, like the stair handrail or the space dividing screens. And because of that the different parts of the collection feature a thin rod section of 12mm diam. which also provides the collection with its name.
With its minimalist aesthetic it’s surprising the number of practical and creative uses that the different pieces can be put to. In fact these multitude of uses are precisely what brings the Diabla personality to this collection. An example is the side table to which a basket can be attached with handles while the hangars can also be used outdoors to store towels. And in fact all of the various elements of the D12 collection can be used either indoors or in more challenging climate conditions.
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