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Designer and architect Hugh Weill presents in Paris a collection of simple, everyday objects that come together to vary the general form they take and to meet diversified needs.
The collection of objects that Hugues Weill presents at the Paris Design Week – within the space of now! the Off – plays on modularity, investigating the issues of the association and composition.
Three main elements make up the collection, all made of lacquered steel sheet: Ctrl-i, a small wall shelf that, placed on the ground, becomes a coffee table and, layered, creates a graphic effect; A3A4 (21 x 29,7 x 42) can be positioned in different way to be used as two seat or as coffee table and it can also be assembled to create personalized furniture with varied functions; Milgru is a modular shelving system with a shape created by the free play of angles and color combination.
The collection is completed by Pousse-pouf, a system of stackable stools column and the Suspended vase, composed by a suspended structure retaining rigid plates pierced, where are inserted flowers.