Swedish design group Front will present a couple of new pieces at Milan Design Week 2013.
Anomaly for Moroso is a series of seats, the aesthetic expression of which is related somehow to animal forms or perhaps some unknown creature.
Mobile lamp for Museo Bagatti Valsecci has a structure like a mobile, spreading light over a large area. Using different counterweights, it’s possible to change its shape.
3Table for Porro consists of three tables in different materials that are connected, supporting one other and making it possible to easily rearrange the tabletops to change the shape of the table.
Burnt Doodle Table for Moroso is decorated with a doodle pattern that has been burned onto the birch plywood surface. The pattern has also given the tables their shape.
Fog lamp for Zero has a hidden light source and the light is picked up and spread by the frosted area of glass, which makes it look like the lamp is lit by glowing mist.
If you would like to see more from Front here’s a film that shows the Surface tension lamp, presented at Milan Design Week last year.