2015 - Quid iGuzzini

Quid iGuzzini

Simply more | design Enzo Eusebi. Quid’s sleek design is inspired by the desire to strip off anything that is superfluous and focus on the product’s essence. The distribution of its geometrical volumes is carefully designed to underline the luminaire’s hi-tech character, and a formal contrast of curves and straight lines gives it a rational, balanced harmony. Quid is a LED street light that meets a wide range of present and future requirements, from a simple on-off mechanism to Dali management, which is the key means of access to potential “smart-city” integration. Quid facilitates and accelerates installation and maintenance operations thanks to its toolfree design, as well as helping reduce the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO). With Quid, simplicity becomes value.

YEAR: 2015


2012 - Albero iGuzzini

Albero iGuzzini

“Albero” a LED street lighting system designed for iGuzzini by Enzo Eusebi. The configuration flexibility allows to equip the different bodies of particular functions, transforming “Albero” in an interactive urban element that, in addition to light, provides support to elements of communication systems for surveillance and security, solar panels and solar shading.

YEAR: 2012


2006 - Berloni Concept Kitchen NOT FOR FOOD

Berloni Concept Kitchen
NOT FOR FOOD

This container of functions is designed to be set in the middle of a large room, in order to meet the needs of people who want to really experience their home throughout the day. The idea underpinning the design is to create a “plaza” for the home, where food and the rituals associated with eating are the main attractions. This structure looks like a polymorphous, multifunctional container geared to the latest kind of domestic layout and their spatial arrangement. Formal studies into the concept of fluidity constituted the starting point from which this kitchen environment was created. It can cater for a wide range of different activitiesThis elegant space can also be enjoyed for relaxation purposes in particular. The large white carbon fibre chaise longue with pin-point “tecnogel” inserts is ergonomically designed to cater for any sitting posture. The kitchen top behind the armchair is fitted with heat controls for liquids to set the temperature for drinks, so, for example, a glass of spumante can be chilled or a glass of cognac warmed up.

LOCATION: Pesaro, Italy
YEAR: 2006