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ALINA TURDEAN

Who's who / 07 Mai 2014 / RDW team
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SPECIFIC
Alina is a young interior designer and architect that found inspiration in traditional Romanian motifs for her furniture creations. 


ROMANIAN DESIGN WEEK APPEARANCES

2015 // Multi-functional cutlery (in colaboration with arh. Daniela Gheorghiu)
"We make friends around the dinner table. We also get to know each other, share and savour together the entire dining experience, and the instruments that are meant to help us do that come to complete and better the whole experience." The project combines the elegance of organic forms together with ergonomically coordinates and multifunctionality in order to create cutlery that contributes to that whole dining experience. The designer combined the usual dining tools, reducing them to just two objects: soup spoon + knife, dessert spoon + fork. The two utensils change their purpose according to the way they are manipulated and the 90 degrees twist enables you to make better use of them.


2014 // Traditional lamp
The Romanian Lamps are a series of lighting fixtures with perforated motifs of traditional Romanian inspiration. Keeping the same theme of metal decoupage, they are made of thin and light aluminum sheets combined with heavier bases made of steel. The intent was to create a series of oversize floor lamps that depict traditional elements and contribute to the general ambiance by the variety of shadows they cast.