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Melbourne Indesign 2016

Artedomus opened its doors for Melbourne Indesign on Saturday, August 13 to excited crowds keen to experience the spectacular Sky Tips installation by Thomas Coward for Maximum as part of MiD’s The Project. Also on show were the newest products from Agape, Italy and INAX Japan, the recently launched Agapecasa furniture range.

The Sky Tips installation was designed to examine the evolution of natural materials augmented through technology and manipulated for the built environment. 3D projection mapping, geometry, sound and MAXIMUM large scale porcelain panels were used to create a visual spectacle in Artedomus’s Richmond showroom.

Melbourne Indesign attendees also experienced the latest products in the unique Artedomus range including the elegant steel structured Cuna bath designed by Patricia Urquiola for Agape and the ultra fine lines of the Agape Ell basin by Benedini Associati. Additional new products include a series of artisan tiles from INAX Japan and the outstanding AgapeCasa furniture range developed from the archives of revered Italian architect Angelo Mangiarotti.

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Sky Tips. Artedomus At Melbourne Indesign 2016.jpg
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Artedomus At Melbourne Indesign 2016.jpg
Artedomus At Melbourne Indesign 2016.jpg
Artedomus At Melbourne Indesign 2016.jpg
Artedomus At Melbourne Indesign 2016.jpg
Artedomus At Melbourne Indesign 2016.jpg
Artedomus At Melbourne Indesign 2016.jpg