OmniDecor Fuori Salone; Frottage-Natural Story by Setsu & Shinobu Ito

Date: 7 May 2013
Source: OmniDecor
In our contemporary life, the lack of a direct contact with the elements makes it necessary to revise our relationship with nature through objects, environments and furniture made in sustainable and naturally inspired materials.

This is why OmniDecor, relying on the sensitivity of the Setsu & Shinobu Ito Studio, has further confirmed glass as an ancient but ever renewed material, to experiment with effects and atmospheres which are both hi-tech and charged with the spirit of nature.  The need to touch, and the essence of nature.    The distinctively eclectic DecorFlou Design by OmniDecor, already established on the market with specific patterns by international designers, was the perfect launching platform, with a pattern designed and created specifically for this project.The Frottage technique, meant to capture the essence of nature in its uncompromised purity, perfectly reproduces the look and feel of water surfaces, entrapping them in glass. DecorFlou Design glass panes by OmniDecor are a sophisticated interplay of acid-etching, designs, etchings and transparencies, to enrich environments with lightness, luminosity and evocative atmospheres.

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April 5th - May 5th


Setsu Ito, graduated from Tsukuba University in Japan, began collaborating with leader of avant-garde italian design Alessandro Mendini at Studio Alchimia and master of modern design Angelo Mangiarotti. Shinobu Ito, graduated from Tama Art Unviersity in Tokyo, started her career for CBS Sony (Sony Music Entertainment) in Sony Creative Products and attained a Master Degree at Domus Academy, Milan.

They opened their design studio in 1995 consulting for important international companies, and have received design awards such as: The Young & Design Award 1999" (Italy), "The Good Design Award 2001" (Japan), "The Toyama Product Design Award 2001" (Japan), "ADI Design Index 2001, 2005" (Italy) and "Premio Compasso d'Oro 2011" (Italy). Some projects became permanent collection of "Triennale Design Museum", Milan and "Die Neun Sammlung International Design Museum", Munich.

Their works were published in design books and magazines worldwide and they are visiting professors for important design schools such as Domus Academy in Milan, Politecnico di Milano, IUAV University of Venice, IED Istituto Europeo di Design Milano, and Tsukuba University.

Some of their Clients: Canon, Casio (Japan), DePadova (Italy), DuPont (Usa, Italy), Edra, Guzzini (Italy), Hitachi, Jvc, Mitsubishi Electric (Japan), Lavazza, Nava (Italy), Nissan, Panasonic (Japan), PoltronaFrau, Sharp, Sony Music (Japan), Swarovski (Austria), Tdk, Toshiba, ToyoKitchen, Yamaha (Japan).

Setsu  &  Shinobu  ITO  /  STUDIO I.T.O.DESIGN

Via Brioschi. 54  20141 Milan Italy

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OmniDecor, an international group based in Erba (Como), is a market leader in the manufacture of high quality, acid-etched, colored and decorated glass. All colours, sizes and quantities used in interior design and architecture can be supplied to satisfy all aesthetic and design demands: from partitions to divide rooms discreetly and elegantly, to furniture components and facades for entire buildings.

OmniDecor was one of the first companies to implement an industrial glass satin finishing  process. Today the company exports its products all over the world and with unrivalled expertise in acid-etched processing, is offering a license on the technique, within a full package inclusive of equipment, know-how, training, service and brand use.

OmniDecor satin finished glass is practical, light, resistant, elegant, perfectly lapped and homogeneous. The products are resistant to atmospheric agents, smog and stains. OmniDecor satin finished glass is easy to clean and the distinctive light and colour features are very resistant.

OmniDecor is responsible for the entire industrial process from the selection of raw materials to the management of orders and deliveries. The satin finishing, enamelling, painting and cutting of the glass are all done using specific systems designed and constructed internally.

Maximum flexibility based on specific demands, a wide range of colours, a vast assortment of solutions and very high quality are the main features of all OmniDecor products. Customers are supplied with a complete service including technical consultancy and selection of materials.

600450 OmniDecor Fuori Salone; Frottage-Natural Story by Setsu & Shinobu Ito
Date: 7 May 2013
Source: OmniDecor

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