On Tuesday, 14th April, at the Ponte Rosso Art Gallery, in the presence of journalists, professionals, young creatives of the Academy and the entire Samet Italy and Turkey managements, the award ceremony for the winner of the You(r) Inside interior design contest, developed in cooperation with the Academy of Brera, took place.
Proud to have been for the first time the protagonist in the heart of international design, during the Design Week Samet has exhibited the prototypes of the three finalists from three countries: the Spaniard Miguel Reguero, the Italian Francesco Musci and the Bulgarian Yana Shushkova.
To win the Contest, the twenty-year-old Yana Shushkova, a student in the first academic year of Artistic Design for Industry. Her project, Mondrawer's Jewelry, is a drawer for jewels designed for women and for female beauty: a mechanism for hanging jewels consisting of a metal bar lifts at the opening of the drawer and lowers at its closure. On the base of the drawer, along the perimeter, there are also coloured polycarbonate containers of different sizes for a practical storage of all accessories. To make the concept more precious, the use of intersections of vertical and horizontal lines and surfaces filled with primary colours, in full Mondrian style.
Reguero and Musci have experimented with lighting design proposing "lit up" drawers: a game of separators in translucent plastic material with a system of LED lights in different colours for the first; a luminous panel at the base of the drawer which lights up at the time of the opening with push-open system, creating a charming and unexpected light, for the second.
The common denominator of all items: the playful approach to technology and the need to personalize spaces. Features to which Samet devotes continuous attention and testing, demonstrating how the students of the Academy of Brera have been able to perceive and interpret the most of the company's vision: the union of technology and design, of the perfect functionality of mechanisms and love for art in all its forms.