Otto botle rack in theÂ âTapas. Spanish Design for Foodâ exhibition.Â AcciÃ³n Cultural EspaÃ±ola (AC/E)
An investigation based on modularity by means of irregular geometries. “Is there need to create an infinitely modular object?” The bottle rack developed from a gestural geometry made with the computer. The object is free to be used in various positions, relating the weight of the wine with its own, generating unexpected movement. Prototype made in Anna BayÃ³’s pottery studio.
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An investigation based on modularity by means of irregular geometries. “Is there need to create an infinitely modular object?”
Dezeen, the online design and architecture magazine, organises Â The Temporium: a gallery-store open to the public from December 1 to 24 in London. This initiative includes the participation of more than 20 brands and designers like Jaime Hayon, Paul Cocksedge or Dominic Wilcox. Amongst the brands one can find Delica presenting their Otto bottle rack and Teixidors with the plaid Sisteron.
Otto for Delica