Year: 2005

Authorship: Elena Arribas (Spain), Pedro Ferreira (Portugal), Rita João (Portugal), Meric Kara (Turkey), Alejandro Mingarro (Spain), Massimo Parolin (Italy), Gabriele Schiavon (Italy), Matteo Zorzenoni (Italy)

A collection of furnishings for the garden designed for Casamania by Frezza with an eye for detail to make outdoor living more comfortable and practical.

The distinguishing characteristic of the collection, which is made using plastic, a light, simple material, lies in the combination of concept and function—to produce objects that both meet a practical need and make the external environments we live in more esthetically pleasing.

And so the wires of a simple laundry line are held up by stylized trees and the decorations on a wind breaker are created by the light that shines through it, while little birds shelter in towers that can stand alone without a tree. Not to mention a “portable” shower complete with a colored tub that collects water and becomes something for children to play with. Or a bicycle stand, a colored disc with a slit cut into it that can be half-buried, or a rocking bench for two.

Seen in its entirety the collection, which is the end result of the work of a group of international designers coming from different backgrounds, is a little reminiscent of the 60’s because of the energy and carefree spirit that the shapes and colors evoke – blues, warm yellows, oranges.

With the Fabrica “garden”, Casamania by Frezza, a successful company that markets solutions for the house and workplace that are lively and functional, increases its furnishing ideas and re-qualifies some ordinary objects thanks to an extraordinary style.




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