Paddo (Parasol) by Pierre Christiaens
2016 - 2017, Golden A' Street Furniture Design Award Winner
The Paddo finds its inspiration in the fairy tales from dwarfs,elves and the mystical world. Stories from our childhood. As a child everyting seems so big and beatiful, so we tried to get someting magical and beautiful back in to the real world. The world of the grown-ups. This resulted in a huge Mushroom.
Mirror, mirror on the wall, which is the most beautiful Paddo in the world? The Paddo lives in a the fairytale world of dwarfs and elves of our childhood fantasies. Is it a small Paddo in a big world or a big Paddo in a small world ? The tracks under the roof of the Paddo are mysterious dancers the breeze of the good fairy.
Design Challenges
to join 2 different types of fabrics so there are no wrinkles on the outside of the fabric.
Production Technology
symacryl 100 percent acrylic 190 gram per square meter down fabric: gids are 100 percent polyester Pole: stainless steel inox 304 diameter 30 mm transparant coating Ribs: 8x steel powdercoated
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