Carry On

475,00 €

Francesco Faccin


A decorative object but not that ... A nice design for this indoor wheelbarrow that will surely make you have a green hand ! Imagined and designed in Italy !

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Dimensions : 132 x 67.5 x 65 cm

Materials : solid wood, lacquered steel, rubber

Colors : white, red, orange, yellow, mint green, light blue, dark blue, purple, gray, metal

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History of the product

Do you have a green hand ? We have the wheelbarrow ... We were made to hear each other. Army of your rake, go to the garden! Unless you prefer to use it as a decorative object for the interior. All tastes are in nature !

This beautiful assembly made of eraser, wood and zinc lacquered aluminum will occupy your decoration a bit ... offbeat! This project came straight from an Italian architect passionate about nature could only meet with a botany enthusiast ... Or Design! Available in many colors, our creator has even imagined a paint connection at the wheels !

The designer

Francesco Faccin was born in Milan in 1977. In 2003, after finishing his studies in industrial design in his hometown, he joined the design studio Enzo Mari while pursuing his private commissions as an independent designer (Tod's, Segis, DAE). At the same time, he collaborated with luthier and modeller Francesco Rivolta.

In 2010, he joined the SaloneSatellite of Milan for the second time and won the Design Report Award 2010. That same year he became a professor at NABA University where he has a course called "Projects not Objects". In 2013, he was invited, as Affiliated Fellow, to spend four months at the prestigious American Academy in Rome, doing research on the productive fabric and craftsmanship of the historic center of Rome. Her work has been published in major magazines such as Intramuros, Wall Paper, Monocle, Elle Deco ...

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