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Celebrating the genius of Achille Castiglioni, the collaboration between and the eponymous foundation exclusively presents five of the most iconic items held in the master's archive. A creative process in which intellectual rigor meets a marked sense of irony for the purposes of simple functionality, its end results are surprising pieces that made history in Italian design circles.
Two brightly colored, fun smocks called Grembiule were designed in 1967 by Achille Castiglioni and his friend Max Huber on a rainy day–the ideal outfit for designers with a colorful pocket for every tool of the trade.
Iconic and fun, Record is an easy-to-read watch with a removable case and leather strap. Castiglioni's design blends seamlessly with the Swiss-style graphic of the face designed by his friend Max Huber.
An exclusive reworking of the famous coffee table, made of black-varnished birch wood, Cacciavite (meaning "screwdriver") comprises a lacquered table-top and legs reminiscent of the shape of the hand tool.
The shape of the stainless steel Ondula came from an observation of concentric circles created by raindrops on a body of water. Perfect for fruit, nuts and sweets.
Half spatula, half spoon and designed by Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni for those hungry for design and more. Thanks to its asymmetric shape, Sleek is great for getting every last bit out of a jar.
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