Consumer Goods

Torno

Designed by Inga Sempé.

Torno

Shaped like a small tray or bowl, it becomes a handy pick-up and drop-off spot for the random objects that populate our daily life. Ideal to empty your pockets: house keys, loose change, chapstick; or retrieve staple items you use on a regular basis (paper clips in the office, cotton wool in the bathroom, eyeglasses by the bed).

  • With a fixation system that is both straightforward and flexible, Torno is a detachable shelf / storage unit that can be set up wherever you need it the most.

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Designer

Inga Sempé

Parisian-born Inga Sempé graduate from ENSCI-Les Ateliers (École Nationale Supérieure de Création Industrielle, Paris) in 1993. Since then, she has built up an impressive and diversified portfolio of projects ranging from furniture and lighting to small objects and fabrics. A scholarship holder at the Villa Medici, Académie de France in Rome from 2000 to 2001, she opened her own studio in Paris in 2000, collaborating with Cappellini and Edra. Currently Inga works with leading international brands such as Ligne Roset, Moustache, LucePlan, Wästberg, Gärsnäs, Hjelle and Almedahl's. Awarded the Grand Prix de la Création en Design de la Ville de Paris in 2003, in that same year the Musée des Arts Décoratifs of Paris held a solo exhibition dedicated to her work. She won the Best Designer Award in 2011 by ELLE DÉCOR International. Inga Sempé's designs play on functions and volume with elegantly understated lines highlighted by a careful choice and treatment of materials.

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