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Milano 2012: Low hi-tech

This is the end of an era in which technology features our products in loud, fluorescent stickers. It is a time when technology is fully embedded in our intelligent ambience. And, this is the time for low hi-tech movements. After the ‘old’ photography fever, now we can start making our own radio, rediscovering the fun of connecting wires, not caring about a sophisticated look and trendy design. This is the time of ugly truth in which real beauty is hidden.

Above: Digital camera Knappa by IKEA, designed by Teenage Engineering

Above: Handustry, design by Arthur Raby (ECAL)



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