Massimiliano Adami, ITA, 2006
Everyday plastic objects like buckets, tubs, children’s toys, the housings of electric devices – all trash, plastic trash. The designer cuts these items up, cleans them, and rearranges them using grey polyurethane foam to make shelves, lamps and boards in useable furniture.
Fossili Moderni, Room divider, 2006
Wood case, polyurethane foam, plastic objects
H 191 x W 110 x D 48 cm
ABOUT THE DESIGNER
Massimiliano Adami designs and manufactures objects pioneering the use of materials and he intervenes systematically in construction techniques to achieve unprecedented aesthetic and functional solutions. His pieces are included in important international design galleries and he has carried out projects for many furnishing companies. His Fossili Moderni have been included in the permanent collection of Triennale Design Museum of Milan.
Massimiliano Adami *1969
Studies: Istituto Statale d’Arte di Monza and at the Facoltà del Design del Politecnico di Milano
Studio: since 2016;
Philosophy: With his experimental material and production methods with a strong craftsmanship content, his work positions itself between design and art and combines design activity with own production.
Cooperations: Cappellini, Meritalia, Molteni Imbottiti, Refin Ceramiche, Serralunga, Zerodisegno, Alcantara, Fendi / DesignMiami Group and Poltrona Frau
Status: independent Art Designer