Meteo by Naoto Fukasawa
for Magis

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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.

Meteo by Naoto Fukasawa for Magis

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.

Other products by Magis at the trade fair included an aluminium sideboard by the Bouroullec brothers. See all our stories about design from Magis.

See Dezeen's pick of the top product launches at the Salone or see all our stories about Milan design week 2013.

  • http://www.haphazardlyhere.com Maxine G.

    I love the minimalistic design! Just wrote about the importance of minimalism last week. Also love the fact that the points are green : )

  • RJM

    Perhaps the dial selection should include a radiation detector!

  • Peter

    Beautiful, but nothing new. Visit http://www.manufactum.at/klimamessgeraete-c191351

    • SHJ

      Beautiful IS nothing new. I guess that is the point.

  • tommy

    What are you talking about? It’s a weather station, what do you expect? However the overall design is pretty different from your example.