Look for Progetti, an Italian company specializing in cuckoo clocks, in Milan this April
Progetti, an Italian company specializing in the production of cuckoo clocks and other kinds of clocks, will participate in the next edition of I Saloni in Milan (Apr. 8-13). The following four models will be on show.
KU KU KINA, designed by Manuel Barbieri, is a cuckoo clock with or without long pendulum. It gives a nod to Oriental forms that combine straight lines and slender appendages.
FIDO, designed by Giulia Pretti, is a table cuckoo clock inspired by the shape of a famous TV of the ’60s. With clean lines and a soft quality, it is ideal for both home and workplace.
IGIACOMINI O’CLOCK, designed by Enzo Calabrese, comprises hanger, trays and clock. The iGiacomini is an innovative piece of furniture that combines utility with innovative and unconventional design.
STRONG CUCU, designed by Antonio Farina, is cuckoo clock made with two or three volumes of different colours moved by “the work of a man.” It’s a simple object: strong and well defined.
For more information about the company, visit http://www.iprogetti.eu/