Pigra Sun Lounger

Design meets ergonomics for this innovative comfortable sun lounger that features a joint-relaxing structure and a safe built-in reclining system. Lightweight, durable, flexible.
Dimensions: H 30cm W 60cm L 190cm
Material: Marine Plywood
Colour: natural wood

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Stavros Bed and Sofa

Inspired by the traditional Cycladic decoration of Tinos island (pigeon houses, marble carved Lintels, windmills) and its strong light contrast, Aris has designed a modern version of traditional canape sofa and bed.

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Parametric Sun-Umbrella

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Coffee and Bedside Table

Resembling the structure of a tree, the shape of this table minimizes the use of material without compromizing stability resulting extremely lightweight.
Material: wood
Colour: white and natural wood

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Shell

3D printed shell based on the evolution of an existing mathematical equation that represents different varieties of shells occurring in nature

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Tortellino

Playing with existing equations to realize a shape that resembles italian tortellino for a barilla pasta design contest.

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Turtle

Parametric recostruction of the turtle shell

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Windmill rotor - LafargeHolcimAwards 2017

This project rehabilitates a traditional Greek windmill introducing a new type of rotor with automatically variable sail surface according to the intensity of the wind. The rotor allows the windmill to work in any wind condition optimizing energy production. If the wind is strong, the triangular sails are wrapped automatically to reduce speed, preventing damage. If the wind is weak, the sails are unwrapped and speed increased.

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SunTower - The tower that follows the sun

The building sector is the most energy-consuming one, accounting for over one-third of final energy consumption globally, and is responsible of nearly half of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. In the urge to reduce CO2 emissions in order to stop climate changes and the depletion of natural resources, rethinking buildings plays a key role. In this innovative skyscraper, a new type of shading system reacts adapting to the sun and to different weather conditions throughout the entire day...

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Gate

Inspired by nature and its mathematical rules.
The first gate evokes a sky full of stars over a rough sea. Tessellation techniques - the art of dividing surfaces with regular shapes - is combined with the geometrical concept of Spiridon. The material is stretched to its limits, creating a network just a few millimeters wide at the center of the upper stars. The second gate is inspired by a galaxy. All elements rotate vertically around the center of the galaxy, which is also the center of the main entrance door. This effect is created using the Fermat spiral, the Voegel configuration and the Voronoi theorem.

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Domino stairs

Digital fabrication (polystyrene CNC carving) meets traditional construction methods for an air-suspended effect

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