Halful/ 2015 design JoeVelluto (JVLT)
Between full and empty
Halful is to believe that two contrasting souls can complete each other. This is how this totem pot was born, half-full and half-empty: heaviness and lightness in a single unique furnishing item.
JoeVelluto (JVLT) is an industrial design and communication studio. In 2002 presented the “RosAria” project, a disposable rosary produced in bubble wrap – today part of the permanent collection at the “Neue Sammlung” in Munich. In 2005 presented the book “Salefino: new flavors from Italian design” edited by Abitare Segesta. From 2006 JoeVelluto looks after the setting projects for “Pitti Uomo”, “Pitti Bimbo”. In 2006 founds with Cristina Morozzi the “National Italian Design” that subsequently will develop the “Coincasadesign” project. In 2008, “Saver” – the universal shower diffuser for PET bottles produced by Coroitalia, is pointed out for the ADI Design Index. Since 2005 Andrea and Sonia Maragnot have given lectures, tutoring, and conferences for some of the most well known Italian universities such as: Scuola Politecnica, Naba, Istituto Marangoni, and SID from Padua.