Aspartame: Adrien Rovero
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Born in 1981, Adrien Rovero holds a Master’s in Industrial Design from ECAL Lausanne. He opened his studio in Renens in 2006. He designed for Hermes (France), Pfister (Switzerland), Droog Design (Holland), Campeggi (Italy), Nanoo (Switzerland), Tectona (France) and the Cristallerie Saint-Louis (France). His work has been shown in Galerie Kreo (Paris), Libby Sellers (London), and the Galerie Ormond (Geneva), and he created exhibition designs for the Centre Pompidou (Paris), the Grand-Hornu Images (Belgium), the Manufacture de Sevres (France), the mudac (Lausanne) and the Villa Noailles (France). The Centre Georges Pompidou (Paris), the Grand-Hornu Images (Belgium) and the mudac (Lausanne) have acquired his works.
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Aspartame, a project inspired by industrial candies, confectionery, sweets production, visual taste and childhood reminiscence.The carpet is availlable in a limited edition at galerie kreo.
Designed for Droog, Saving Grace, is a serie of lamps built specially to be fitted with energy saving light bulbs. Made out of glass, the different shapes adapt to the most common light bulbs present on the market.It takes advantage of the different qualities of the lights possible such as indirect lights, direct lights and diffuse light due to the specific bulbs shapes.
Eclepens, designed for atelier pfister, is inspired by public benches.
Mapping is a collection of objects exploring the hydro-transfer printing technique. Five different pieces, each in their own ways exploring a particular reference to the industrial world. The contrast between the heavy look of the surface treatment and the actual lightness of the material is the particularity of this project.
The idea behind the product is to try to activate an unexpected sense in the objects, the taste. Like a „gourmand“ designer, i looked into the different pastry, their typology, their process, their textures…
A vase and a watering can made for the design festival Landing Lausanne Jardins 2014. This festival has been curated by Adrien Rovero & Christophe Ponceau for the 2014 edition.
Nature morte/Nature vivante
Reactive Space
Omnidirectional microphone
Rudolf Belling
The e-scooter Boom
Jonathan Ive leaves Apple
Abstract Form
Essential Water
The Venice Pavillon
Generative Botany
Creative Changemakers & Future City
The Persona Project
Blacker Box
Stories of the Future
Alessandro Mendini 1931-2019
Digital Biology
Future City - Fashion, Food, Transport
WRECK--Regeneration Experiment of Wasted Daily-use Ceramics from Chaozhou, China
Low cost urban transport
AI assistant
Hybrid urban scooter
Omnidirectional Speaker
Multifunctional tableware
An organic structure for bikes
S tables
One Hundred Thousand Games
Black Box. A Cabinet of Robotic Curiosities
City Garden II ´Spaces´
penccil: This was 2017
Cutting the edges
Functional Pasta
We Ar
Coffee maker
Mapping Reality
Green Architecture…. Is it blessing or curse!!
Vico Magistretti
Structured Reflection
Watch UX
Gaetano Pesce: Abstraction is boring
Jeff Zimmerman
Home Patterns
Organic Public
Michael Schoner
Design for Disaster
Memphis Posters
A Flat Named Desire
Jean Lurçat
A Summer For The Modernists
Joe Colombo: Total Furnishing Unit
Carlo Scarpa: Sketch and Work
Peter Zumthor: Thinking Architecture
The Bauhaus Revolution
Beat Machine
This City
Christian Herdeg: Kunst und Bau
20th Century Italian Tables
Porcelain Monobloc
Tea Time
The future of traveling - Projects
Robert Slezak
Jewelry Design Art
BASILE ARTECO "Ferro/D" design Enzo Mari
BASILE ARTECO "Ferro/C" design Enzo Mari
Intuitive Phone
Computer Vision
Colliding Worlds
Amor Vacui
Korean containers
Luigi Colani
Air Luxe
Sketching: Bellini, Castiglioni, Colombo, Mari, Magistretti, Munari, Ponti, Sottsass