dinn! uses wine to naturally dye decanter collection for passoni nature
 
dinn! uses wine to naturally dye decanter collection for passoni nature dinn! uses wine to naturally dye decanter collection for passoni nature
may 20, 2015

dinn! uses wine to naturally dye decanter collection for passoni nature

dinn! uses wine to naturally dye decanter collection for passoni nature
all images courtesy of dinn!

 

 

 

‘decanter’ is an intriguing combination of italian design and wine culture, with special focus paid to details and process. created by dinn! for furniture company passoni nature, the collection is the result of meticulous research and an innovative alchemical process. the patented pellevino treatment® allows for unique, all-natural color shades by extracting tannins from the wood and blending them with various wines.


combination between wood and wine

 

 

 

to pay homage to the vino-culture, the pieces were named after a priceless tool. the decanter allows particularly old wines to oxygenate, which in turn punctuates each bottles aroma. finishes include rosè, dolcetto, san giovese, barricato, and aceto. as the wine ages in the wood, each furnishing is transformed bit by bit, resulting in a harmonious aging process that feels just right. the ‘decanter’ collection includes chairs (with and without arms), a stool, and a small table. all were presented at the salone del mobile 2015.

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‘decanter’ finishes: rosè, dolcetto, san giovese barricato, aceto

dinn! decanter collection passoni nature designboom
armchair: dolcetto

dinn! decanter collection passoni nature designboom
chair: rosè


armchair: aceto

dinn! decanter collection passoni nature designboom
‘decanter’

 

 

designboom has received this project through its ‘DIY submissions’ feature, which welcomes readers to submit their own work for publication. see more designboom readers submissions here.

 

edited by: nick brink | designboom

  • how to cast such purple shadow like that? akind of special light setting or that is unrealistic? hope s.o could help me figure out. thanks

    Tran Le says:
  • Hi Tran Le, the photographer (ikonphoto) used a special light setting with a filter and obviously Photoshop to reach the final effect.

    DINN! says:

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