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INOVASI

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Inovatif Abad
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APPLE iPOD, 2001
 “fanatical care
beyond the obvious
stuff”
 Jonathan Ive (1967)
 Apple’s Senior Vice
president of
industrial design
ARCO LAMP, 1962
 Achille (1918-
2002) and Pier
Giacomo
Castiglioni
(1913-1968)
 best-selling lamp
in the world
BABY BUGGY, 1965
 Owen Maclaren
(1907 – 1978)
 lightweight but
load-bearing
structures capable
of folding neatly
 take for granted
which have
changed our lives
over the past
century.
BARBIE DOLL, 1959
 Over 351,000
dolls were sold
in 1959
 Ruth Handler
(1916-2002)
 Barbie has had
over 90 careers
 Barbara
CHANNEL NO. 5, 1921
 Ernest Beaux
created five vials of
fragrance for Coco;
Chanel preferred
the fifth scent and
bestowed it with
the name No. 5.
 Gabrielle ‘Coco’
Chanel (1883–
1971)
COCA-COLA BOTTLE,
1915
 Coca-Cola Invented
on 8th May 1886
by Dr John Styth
Pemberton
 “a bottle that a
person will
recognise as Coca-
Cola even if he
feels it in the
dark.”
 Alexander
Samuelsson
FENDI BAG, 1997
 Baguette bag
 Sylvia Venturini
Fendi
 ‘the fashion bag
that invented
the fashion for
bags’
 Over 1,000
versions up to
now
GROUNDPIECE SOFA,
2001
 Groundpiece
sofa for Flexform
 Antonio Citterio
(1950)
 Breaking
boundaries and
treading on
traditional
designs
LEMON JUICER
 Philippe
Starck (1949)
 very personal
but precise
way
MONTBLANC PENS, 1910
 10 million
people write
with the
Meisterstück
every day
 Jean-Marc
Pontroue
Signature Multistripe
 Sir Paul Smith
(1946)
 first collection in
1976 proved
troublesome for
the designer
with a lack of
inspiring fabrics
for men,
specifically in
TETRA PACK, 1952
 Dr Ruben Rausing
(1895 – 1983)
 “a package should
save more than it
costs”
 the world’s leader
in the sphere of
packing liquid food
and drink products
TIZIO LAMP, 1972
 Richard Sapper
(1932)
 ‘who has never
done a bad design’
 Tizio lamp was
born out of a
personal need and
a different way of
looking at a
situation
VICTORINOX
 Karl Elsner
(1860 –
1918)
 Army Knife to
Swiss forces
 “the survival
knife”
WEDGWOOD, 1940
 Wedgwood’s
classic white
teacup and saucer
are celebrated for
their simplicity and
untainted aesthetic
 Norman Wilson
(1902-1988)
Vertu, 1997
 When you consider
that a phone can
be kept for 15
years, you have to
applaud its
environmental
contribution too.
 Frank Nuovo
(1961)
 Mobile phone from
Nokia
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