Lorenzo Damiani

born in 1972, graduated in Architecture from the Milan Polytechnic. He deals with furniture and product design and has collaborated with several companies including Caimi Brevetti, Campeggi, Cappellini, Ceramica Flaminia, Da a, IB Rubinetti, Illy Caffè, Lavazza, Luce di Carrara, Montina, Nodus, Ikea. The Triennale Design Museum dedicated the personal exhibition “But Where Are the Inventors? Lorenzo Damiani” curated by Marco Romanelli and “Try to Take Me”, curated by Silvana Annicchiarico. The Achille Castiglioni Foundation hosted the monographic exhibition: “Lorenzo Damiani: Senza Stile”, curated by Giovanna Castiglioni.

 

GRAFT

Cylindrical metal pellet stove, included by the presence of a rack on both sides that offer to attach, at a variable height according to the needs of each, some accessories such as a lamp and two different support elements, always in sheet metal or with a marble or granite top. This design thought allows a graft to be the protagonist of the space in which it is located – in addition to the winter moments – even during the warm months; even if no longer used to heat the room, it still remains the center thanks to the interest of the accessories inserted into the cylindrical body in a simple and intuitive way. Other necessary elements is personalized integration: a “shield” in curved and magnetized metal can be applied, in the months in which the flame is not lit, in front of the “fire window”, to dematerialize the presence of the stove itself. In addition, a power outlet inside a plug requires you to connect any appliance but also a special ash vacuum cleaner, designed to be contained inside a cylindrical metal box, which can be used as a table. The graft can be considered a variable function furnishing accessory. Graft is characterized by the presence of a rack on both sides that selects to insert some accessories to customize your stove and live it even in the summer months: a lamp and two different support elements, in addition to a “shield” magnetized by looking at the “fire” window and a table that contains an ash vacuum cleaner.