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Acacia Honey Dipper (2014) by Miriam Mirri for Alessi

The Acacia Honey Dipper is part of the collection of “Objets-Bijoux”. “Acacia” is the result of research carried out by its designer, Miriam Mirri, into the sweet world of honey. Her studies led her to design an object suitable for use with all of the different kinds of honey on the market. “Acacia” captures and serves the honey thanks to its unusual shape, which comprises a spoon and a facetted ball. During the design stage, Miriam Mirri was inspired by the structure of the honeycomb, evident in the hexagons on the ball.

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THAW is a novel interaction system that allows a collocated large display and small handheld devices to seamlessly work together. The smartphone acts both as a physical interface and as an additional graphics layer for near-surface interaction on a computer screen.

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