Colour and the Machine by Minimalux

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Colour and the Machine by Minimalux

London Design Festival 2010: more from Mark Holmes of Minimalux (see the new collection Part 1 in our earlier story), this time a series of machined and anodised aluminium desktop objects.

Colour and the Machine by Minimalux

This second part of the new collection includes aluminium dishes in two sizes and a pen rest.

Colour and the Machine by Minimalux

The pieces have an anodised satin finish and mirrored base, and were launched this week to coincide with the London Design Festival.

Colour and the Machine by Minimalux

See also:

Part 1 collection by Minimalux (September 2010)
Inaugural collection by Minimalux (May 2009)
All our stories about the London Design Festival

Colour and the Machine by Minimalux

Photographs are by Peer Lindgreen.

Colour and the Machine by Minimalux

Here are some more details from Minimalux:


Minimalux launched a new Collection of products with a world reaching online broadcast from London during the 2010 Design Festival.
On Thursday, September 23rd at 00:01 hrs, the entire 2nd Minimalux collection was shown for the very first time at www.minimalux.com and, in accordance with the brand’s mission to present a truly global launch, Minimalux has also taken the unprecedented step to make the products available for immediate purchase and delivery to any international destination.

Aluminium Dish60: / Dish120

Aluminium - Precision Machined & Anodized + Mirror Polished Stainless Steel. L60xD60H30mm / L120xD120xH60mm
Simple and seductive ‘scooped’ vessels that have refined sculptural qualities as well as practical attributes. A satin anodized finish is complemented by the surprising and playful detail of a mirrored stainless steel base. Available in 2 sizes.

Aluminium Pen Rest

Aluminium - Precision Machined & Anodized + Mirror Polished Stainless Steel. L60xD60H30mm
Cylindrical desk accessory for a single pen or pencil. A satin black anodized finish is complemented by the surprising and playful detail of a mirrored stainless steel base.


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  • morgan geist

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    Hello, This is Morgan Geist,

    These objects deliver so many limitations (function, imagination, are just a few), all of which are compromised by an imposed style and a luxury without heritage.

    The first question is why do these items exist?
    Obviously they are not providing anything new in material or design. At least they are keeping local craftspeople employed, and non-discerning consumers happy.

    Do these items opitimise the demise of design?

    yours,

    MG.

  • Gravy

    Hello, Morgan Geist.

    What more do you want desktop baubles to do than keep local craftspeople employed and nondiscerning consumers happy?

    No, I don't believe these items opitimise (sic) the demise (rhymes!) of design.

    Yours truly,
    Gravy

  • Not Morgan Geist

    Hello, This isn't Morgan Geist,

    These words deliver so many limitations (function, imagination, are just a few), all of which are compromised by an imposed style and a snobbery without heritage.

    The first question is why do these words exist?
    Obviously they are not providing anything new in material or design. At least they are keeping local writers employed, and non-discerning consumers happy.

    Do these words optimize the demise of design?

    yours,

    NMG

  • http://discountfence.com/elite/index.htm Anna

    I have to say, I was just passing through, but I nearly fell over laughing at the "This isn't Morgan Geist" Comment, so just wanted to comment and say thanks for the laugh non Morgan Geist :)