Progetti, CucuBall Clock WARM COLORS, model 2315, Manuel Barbieri

Colorful, playful and with soft shapes just like the gummy candies it is inspired by, jelly delights in bright shades and of various sizes. Ball is a fun and witty wall cuckoo, made from a...
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Colorful, playful and with soft shapes just like the gummy candies it is inspired by, jelly delights in bright shades and of various sizes. Ball is a fun and witty wall cuckoo, made from a main body in white painted wood, which houses hands and cuckoo, and 12 cylinders, also in wood, with different diameters and colors that give the object an unusual and sinuous shape. .


The product is VISIBLE and can also be purchased at our Showroom: Crespi 1977 - via Magenta 48, Busto Arsizio (VA).

It is available in two color variations, one with warm shades, from red to yellow to orange, and the other with cold shades, that is, with shades ranging from blue to green to purple. Ball is suitable for various environments and styles. Battery-powered quartz movement. A light-sensitive sensor automatically stops the ringer in the absence of light.


Description: Wall Cuckoo Clock, with warm colors, ideal for decorating any environment. It is suitable for different styles thanks to the particular colorful and modern design, created by the designer Manuel Barbieri. The quartz movement is battery operated. Main body made of white painted wood, where the hands and cuckoo are housed, with 12 cylinders (also in wood) of different diameters and colors;

Material: Painted wood, as shown in the figure;

Category: Indoor;

Color: Warm tones like RED, YELLOW AND ORANGE.. minor presence also of cold colors likelight blue, the Violet, the White, the black is the green;

Dimensions: 48x10x65 cm;

Designer: Manuel Barbieri.

Projects: Beyond design - Projects is a dynamic and vital company based in Carate Brianza (MB) that has been thinking, studying and manufacturing furnishing accessories and objects for the home and office for over 30 years.

Design with attention to detail, high quality, formal and functional innovation are the basis of its products: wall clocks, contemporary cuckoos, coat hangers, tables, umbrella stands, all rigorously Made in Italy and designed by great internationally renowned architects and designers: Gaetano Pesce, Gian Franco Frattini, Joe Colombo, Giulio Iacchetti, Matteo Ragni, Maurizio Duranti, Asps Studio who also follows the art direction, are just some of the names who collaborate with Progetti. The company, one of the first in Italy to make this type of clocks and cuckoos that combine originality and functionality, in 2012 created new objects working with the eclectic Karim Rashid and the young multidisciplinary Studio Kuadra.
The search for the highest quality, from the choice of materials to processing, the contemporary and never predictable design, the semi-artisanal production techniques, combined with the long experience in the sector and respect for the environment, have led Progetti to achieve an international reputation allowing it to be present in many areas of the world.
Progetti's creations, made of wood, metal, plastics and other materials, without processing or technology constraints, thus leaving great freedom of action, are designed to satisfy the most demanding taste, attentive to exclusivity and details, but also the expectations of a wider and younger audience, sensitive to novelties, natural and ecological materials, simple and emotional design.
Progetti is, therefore, one of the main protagonists of Made in Italy, rewarded not only by commercial results but also by recognition from important bodies: the MoMA of New York and San Francisco have included in their catalog the Rnd_ Time, Fun_Time watches. , q01 and Target, various products were exhibited at the exhibition 'The Palazzo della Farnesina and its collections' held at the Ara Pacis in Rome and were included in the permanent collection Farnesina Design which often presents its objects in prestigious locations throughout the world. Capri, Double q and O'Coque are exhibited and included in the catalog of the Deutsches Uhrenmuseum, the Clock Museum founded in 1852 in the Black Forest in Germany.
The company dynamism is also manifested in activities related to communication, such as participation in Italian and international fairs (Macef, iSaloni, Ambiente, Maison & Objet).
Projects loves to innovate and innovate, to be a forge of ideas; loves to challenge each other to rethink simple, everyday objects with originality and joy, without losing their main function.

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