opulent simona soap by samuel accoceberry for milan




french-canadian studio milan, founded by tony gaudette in 2011, has established a reputable name in the world of culinary-design. its small inventory of goods relies on high-quality woods, leather, and now, smell. ‘simona’, designed in collaboration with samuel accoceberry, is 555 grams of intrigue and opulence.

simona soap samuel accoceberry milan
‘simona’ weighs precisely 555 grams
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‘simona’ utilizes an atypical form and pure ebony color to first surprise, then invite users to interact. reaching beyond mere utility, the soap commands attention — precisely what milan hoped to accomplish. of course, accoceberry’s design meets needs as well. accents of bergamot, ginger, myrrh, and pepper combine into a unique smell capable of eliminating the kitchen’s most potent aromas. 

simona soap samuel accoceberry milan
open packaging

closed packaging

simona soap samuel accoceberry milan
‘simona’ soap, designed by samuel accoceberry for milan



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edited by: nick brink | designboom