For SS16, FRISUR take inspiration from interior design, namely their first ever design object to close the gap between concept and product. They collaborated with the likeminded Italian design studio and communication research centre FABRICA.
One of its students, Pascal Hien, has designed a minimal carafe with a cascading spout as part of the collection.

To continue their multidisciplinary approach, this collaboration is visualized by the Austrian 3D Generalist Marlene Wolfmair with sound interpretations of the Italian musician Giacomo Mazzucato, also known as Yakamoto Kotzuga.
This collaborative project is the first of many ventures into new disciplines for FRISUR.

This trilogy shows ways to communicate physicality and materiality.


Direction FRISUR
Creation Marlene Wolfmair
Caraffa Product Design Pascal Hien
Sound Giacomo Mazzucato / Yakamoto Kotzuga