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With Nomads, Movimento breaks the preconceived notions of the design scene

With Nomads, Movimento breaks the preconceived notions of the design scene

The years 2020 and 2021 have given rise to a number of virtual exhibitions and tours as the design scene has faced the impossibility of meeting and experiencing design physically. Movimento Club is a collective that was formed in the midst of the global pandemic episode, with the aim of continuing to exchange ideas, knowledge and visions among designers themselves. In collaboration with the studio II Magma, who has created a series of virtual and graphic interiors to highlight the collection presented by Movimento. Discover an inspiring universe, unique pieces, and design in constant motion...

 

Movimento Club, design collective, design scene

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Movimento Club, design collective, design scene, Julian David Studio

Movimento Club, design collective, design scene, sashaxsasha

 

Movimento Club brings together more than 50 independent designers whose primary desire is to be part of a collective that supports and helps each other and allows for exchanges between professionals and enthusiasts. The design scene had to intensify its intelligence and willingness to form alliances in order to exist and to ensure that contemporary and collectible design continues to move forward, despite a sector that is somewhat at a standstill. Joining forces as a collective means gaining visibility and the possibility to be fed by other cultures into one's own work. In this sense, Movimento Club brings together designers from very different backgrounds, from Mexico to South Korea, via America and Europe.

The founders and curators of Artefatto Design Studio highlight a design scene whose creations have no defined place or time, and which cross continents and countries.

 

Movimento Club, design collective, design scene

Movimento Club, design collective, design scene, MYK Studio
Movimento Club, design collective, design scene, Atelier Sohn
Movimento Club, design collective, design scene, Studio F
Movimento Club, design collective, design scene, Celo.1

The Nomads, which was originally scheduled to be launched at Collectible 2021 - and whose edition was digital this year - has, however, found a way to capture the public's attention and give the designers' pieces a special focus, by partnering with the creative studio II Magma. The latter, also a collective of multidisciplinary designers, architects and creatives, has created a series of immersive interiors and references to neoclassical and Byzantine architecture, in order to give the design scene and creations the pedestal they deserve.

Inspired by trends that seem to maintain their popularity (marble floors, archways, etc.), the studio has created rooms with a strong sense of minimalist design  and modern style and over which time has no hold. In a nod to the very constitution of the Movimento Club, these spaces have neither place nor time, and are therefore perfectly suited to the presentation of unique and contemporary pieces.

 

Movimento Club, design collective, design scene

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Movimento Club, design collective, design scene, Hot Wire Extensions

Movimento Club, design collective, design scene, Secolo

 

Movimento aims to promote independent design, but also to showcase incredible pieces made of new and revolutionary materials, resulting from new manufacturing processes and innovative thinking around the use of resources to produce design. Nomads is, in this sense, an alloy and an assembly of various materials and techniques that the collective is keen to share with its audience.

 

Among the designers taking part in the project, there is for example the Korean designer of MYK Studio who uses ceramics and incorporates them into everyday life by creating functional furniture...

The Americans of Julian David Studio designed the JD01 chair that is created from a single sheet of Baltic birch plywood. They use thermal coating, which is a process that mixes a chemical and a catalyst, applied with heat...

In Italy, Studio F uses centuries-old wood to create pieces that contrast with metal in a stronger and more impactful way...

 

That is to say, these projects and associations are beyond borders and allow redefining design and redrawing its boundaries. While allowing the microcosm of the field to continue its progress and evolution through the discovery of multiple horizons and techniques, a real mutation on the design scene itself and the way it is perceived is happening here.

 

Movimento Club, design collective, design scene

 

All the designers of the project:

Jesper Eriksson, United Kingdom

Hot Wire Extensions, Switzerland

Julian David Studio, United States

Cara Davide, Italy

Atelier Sohn, Korea

Studio F, Italy

Celo.1, United Kingdom

MYK Studio, Korea

sashaxsasha, Russia

Secolo, United Kingdom

 

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Chloé founded Huskdesignblog in 2016. Ever since, she is decoding every nook and cranny to find the best interiors and furniture ideas for her beloved readers and followers, eager for beautiful things.

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