Posa 1 BY Massimo Faion
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Posa Project is an installation of four collectible falcon perches. Posa combines volumes and geometric forms adapted to precise technical requirements. This new interpretation of falcon perches comes directly from the original aesthetical criterions and combined with luxurious materials they become a precious object. The solid beech wooden ring is handmade from a factory in Italy that developed the components of the famous Thonet chair. All the metallic elements are rigorously and meticulously plated with pure gold, pink gold, shiny and mat silver in De Vecchi laboratories. The result is a sculptural and elegant object that flows with the ergonomic demands of the raptors. Two different types of support are proposed as an option according to the origin of the falcon (arboreal or desert environments). The wide support area and the stability of the marble base offer a secure stationing to the animal, while the inside structure of the circle has a structural function and doesn’t allow the bird to cross the lower part. The collectible falcon perch is a cultural hybrid, a decorative object with pure lines and noble materials, a reminiscence of medieval practices meeting contemporary Middle Eastern practices with the know-how of Italian craftsmanship.
in / 60H x 16D
cm / 150H x 40D
€ 12.000,00 EUR ex. VAT
Massimo Faion, was born in Treviso, Italy in 1982 and now lives and works in Milan. In 2008 he got his Master degree in Design at Milano Politecnico with Chairman Andrea Branzi. Massimo collaborates with various design studios in Milan planning temporary spaces and scenography for events.
Since a few years, the designer decided to focus on his own production of objects and interiors. All of the projects have a strong focus on collaboration and know-how of Italian artisans and are reinterpretations of traditional techniques brought in a contemporary context for the realization of high quality objects.