Crossing over to another, more playful side is the idea behind this steel-cased concept from designer Denis Guidone. Loosely inspired by the childhood game of pick up sticks, three tapered bars that appear to have fallen randomly atop one another. Crossover encourages you to live your day loose from structured time, and instead celebrate a post chronological sense of time.
About the Creator
Denis Guidone is a design and architecture studio based in Milan and Tokyo.
Fascinated by the contrasts between the East and the West, he merges the aesthetics of these two extremes with unconventional and strict precision into an elegant, eye-catching appearance.
He has won international awards, including the IDA Design Award in Los Angeles.
He was also given the Bruno Munari Prize by Gillo Dorfles in 2009 at the Triennale di Milano and was selected for the ADI index 2010.
In 2018 was elected by Triennale of Milan and by Ministry of Foreign Affairs as ambassador of Italian design in the world.
He has designed for Fontana Arte, Roche Bobois, Magis, Ligne Roset, Ichendorf, Nava Design, Serax ,Bolia, Mingardo, Tenoha, g Roppongi, Hidetoshi Nakata (Nathand), Projects Watches, Shuji Nakagawa, Shinji Terauchi, Hands on Design, Arita Risogama and other companies in Italy and abroad.