Milan 2013: Japanese designer Naoto Fukasawa has designed a set of minimal dials to monitor air temperature, pressure and humidity for Italian brand Magis.
The Meteo barometer, thermometer and hygrometer come with a special stand to display all three together on a desktop, but can also be separated and mounted on a wall.
"There is a certain appeal about gauges that we find on cars and air planes," says Fukasawa, who added clear grey markings and a bright green needle to each simple white face.
Naoto Fukasawa presented the prototype at Salone Internazionale del Mobile in Milan this month, where he also showed a wooden stool with a stainless steel footrest for Italian manufacturer Plank. See all our stories about design by Naoto Fukasawa.
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