INOVASI DESAIN

Produk-produk Inovatif Abad Ini

APPLE iPOD, 2001
 “fanatical care beyond the obvious stuff”  Jonathan Ive (1967)  Apple’s Senior Vice president of industrial design

ARCO LAMP, 1962
 Achille (19182002) and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni (1913-1968)  best-selling lamp in the world

BABY BUGGY, 1965
 Owen Maclaren (1907 – 1978)  lightweight but load-bearing structures capable of folding neatly  take for granted which have changed our lives over the past century.

BARBIE DOLL, 1959
 Over 351,000 dolls were sold in 1959  Ruth Handler (1916-2002)  Barbie has had over 90 careers  Barbara

CHANNEL NO. 5, 1921
 Ernest Beaux created five vials of fragrance for Coco; Chanel preferred the fifth scent and bestowed it with the name No. 5.  Gabrielle ‘Coco’ Chanel (1883– 1971)

COCA-COLA BOTTLE, 1915
 Coca-Cola Invented on 8th May 1886 by Dr John Styth Pemberton  “a bottle that a person will recognise as CocaCola even if he feels it in the dark.”  Alexander Samuelsson

FENDI BAG, 1997
 Baguette bag  Sylvia Venturini Fendi  ‘the fashion bag that invented the fashion for bags’  Over 1,000 versions up to now

GROUNDPIECE SOFA, 2001
 Groundpiece sofa for Flexform  Antonio Citterio (1950)  Breaking boundaries and treading on traditional designs

LEMON JUICER
 Philippe Starck (1949)  very personal but precise way

MONTBLANC PENS, 1910
 10 million people write with the Meisterstück every day  Jean-Marc Pontroue

Signature Multistripe
 Sir Paul Smith (1946)  first collection in 1976 proved troublesome for the designer with a lack of inspiring fabrics for men, specifically in

TETRA PACK, 1952
 Dr Ruben Rausing (1895 – 1983)  “a package should save more than it costs”  the world’s leader in the sphere of packing liquid food and drink products

TIZIO LAMP, 1972
 Richard Sapper (1932)  ‘who has never done a bad design’  Tizio lamp was born out of a personal need and a different way of looking at a situation

VICTORINOX
 Karl Elsner (1860 – 1918)  Army Knife to Swiss forces  “the survival knife”

WEDGWOOD, 1940
 Wedgwood’s classic white teacup and saucer are celebrated for their simplicity and untainted aesthetic  Norman Wilson (1902-1988)

Vertu, 1997
 When you consider that a phone can be kept for 15 years, you have to applaud its environmental contribution too.  Frank Nuovo (1961)  Mobile phone from Nokia

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