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press release
10 May 2005

TECNO AND INTERACTION DESIGN INSTITUTE IVREA - SECOND PART

 
A successful collaboration between Tecno and Interaction Design Institute Ivrea to improve the quality of working environments. A working desktop that transforms itself into an answering machine, a radio that changes stations by rolling over a surface, an egg-shaped scheduling device that changes working appointments with a shake, all these are visionary devices that allow a glimpse of the future.

To celebrate this relationship, Tecno and Interaction Design Institute Ivrea have decided to devote an area of the Institute to the project Strangely Familiar Future, locating in the entrance the elegant Nomos by Foster and Parners table upon which all the prototypes produced by Interaction Ivrea will be exhibited. A permanent exhibition inside the institute.

Tecno was funded in 1953 by Osvaldo and Fulgenzio and Borsani and has always been focused on design and technological innovation since its early days. It is a company which believes strongly in the culture of design and is directed towards the customization and the satisfaction of different needs.

 
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