Spinner Planter
by nicolas zanoni Belgium

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Nicolas Zanoni’s “Spinner” series features a Vase on roller-skate wheels. Thanks to this movement mechanism, these objects can pivot on themselves while remaining stable on their axis.
These pieces are built from an assembly of components, evoking mechanical assembly. They have been laser-cut into optimised geometries, similar to the shapes often found in sports equipment
This gives the furniture lightness and adds an ornamental motif, giving the design a futuristic aesthetic.
It allows the plant or flower to be turned on themself to show their best profile .

This Vase allows water.

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Nicolas Zanoni, a designer born in Paris in 1995, graduated in industrial design from La Cambre (Brussels), and now works between Brussels and Paris. His practice is based on an in-depth research process, which leads him to create unique objects shaped by an attentive understanding of materials. He adopts a thoughtful approach, focusing primarily on the production process he uses to bring his creations to life.Tactile furniture is an essential part of his work. Nicolas Zanoni explores the possibilities offered by interaction between users and the objects he creates. By creating furniture that invites physical interaction, he offers an unprecedented sensory experience that goes beyond mere functionality.Nicolas Zanoni’s formal language is inspired by brutalism, but also by an aestheticism linked to the dynamic lines of sport and technology. By pushing back the boundaries of traditional design, Nicolas Zanoni breathes new life into furniture aesthetics and explores new visual and tactile territories. His work is an invitation to rethink our relationship with the objects that surround us, and to discover new perspectives on how design can enrich our daily lives.
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