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SIMONE LEONELLI | Infinito & Visi

Sydney, Australia (2019)
SIMONE LEONELLI | Infinito & Visi

Title: Infinito / Visi
 Simone Leonelli
Dimensions: 181 x 443 x 639 mm / 123 x 175 x 160 mm
Weight: 14.5 kg / 1.5 kg

- Creative Freedom through Technology -

"The value of an object is determined by its connection with the material, the process adopted to produce it and its concept." - Simone Leonelli.

Infinito Sculpture

Manufacturing workflow has long been stuck in the old production ways of the past centuries. Nowadays, technology pushes what is possible in design in unlimited ways. And the enormous changes in technology bring new opportunities to craftspeople. If there is a new way to conceptualize or to manufacture a product we want to use it.

Infinito Sculpture

Following these statements, Simone Leonelli creates with Sandhelden the Infinito sculpture made in solid quartz sand, representing the infinity sign, a legendary symbol of eternity with a bold look and serene power. It belongs to a limited edition of 5 artwork pieces.

Infinito Sculpture
Visi is the second project of the collaboration with the Italian artist.

A customizable sculpture which is designed to be valuable, attractive and collectable as a piece of contemporary art. Just as each face is different, so are the w230’s sculptures.

It has always been a privilege of few people to have a personalized sculpture.

With a view of combining cutting-edge technologies and classical reminiscences, VISI sculptures put the person at the center of the project. The use of additive manufacturing allows producing one-off pieces without having an impact on the final cost and quality.

Check w230 studio's website and know how to do your own sculpture.


 The artist 

Simone Leonelli

W230 studio explores the relationship between design and technology, crossing over a range of media, materials, and knowledge.

W230 studio works primarily in the field of design and combines computational design approaches and cutting-edge manufacturing processes. Particularly, it works to explore the harmony among digital and physical entities by creating a hybrid relationship between technology and design.

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