Danese Milano Fish Figures Puzzle 1973 Pesci by Enzo Mari | Panik Design
Danese Milano Fish Figures Puzzle 1973 Pesci by Enzo Mari | Panik Design
Danese Milano Fish Figures Puzzle 1973 Pesci by Enzo Mari | Panik Design
Danese Milano Fish Figures Puzzle 1973 Pesci by Enzo Mari | Panik Design
Danese Milano Fish Figures Puzzle 1973 Pesci by Enzo Mari | Panik Design
Danese Milano Fish Figures Puzzle 1973 Pesci by Enzo Mari | Panik Design
Danese Milano Fish Figures Puzzle 1973 Pesci by Enzo Mari | Panik Design
Danese Milano Fish Figures Puzzle 1973 Pesci by Enzo Mari | Panik Design
Danese Milano Fish Figures Puzzle 1973 Pesci by Enzo Mari | Panik Design
Danese Milano Fish Figures Puzzle 1973 Pesci by Enzo Mari | Panik Design
Danese Milano Fish Figures Puzzle 1973 Pesci by Enzo Mari | Panik Design
Danese Milano Fish Figures Puzzle 1973 Pesci by Enzo Mari | Panik Design
Danese Milano Fish Figures Puzzle 1973 Pesci by Enzo Mari | Panik Design
Danese Milano Fish Figures Puzzle 1973 Pesci by Enzo Mari | Panik Design
Danese Milano Fish Figures Puzzle 1973 Pesci by Enzo Mari | Panik Design
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Danese Milano Fish Figures Puzzle 1973 Pesci by Enzo Mari

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Danese Milano Fish Figures Puzzle 1973 Pesci by Enzo Mari

Oak wood - screen printed wood box. This original creation by Enzo Mari underlines a double function: it is a puzzle object and also a "construction game" that allows a free composition of elements. Made of precious wood and contained in a sophisticated box, again made of wood, 16 PESCI can be considered a small art sculpture for your home, the elements can be used both individually and in multiple compositions. Here are 16 fish, all recognizable on sight. They fit into one another jig-saw-fashion and can olso be stood upright because the vertical position is balanced by the thickness of the material they are made of. Games of increasing complexity can be played with them. There are no given rules because the complex of formal and symbolic relationships that characterizes the fish stimulates the relating aptitude proper to the child's stage of development.

Limited edition:200 items each year.

Size: H 5.5 cm, L 38 cm, W 27 cm.

Designed: 1973

Origin: Italy

Enzo Mari
Designed by

Enzo Mari

Enzo Mari, born in Novara in 1932, works in different directions, from graphics to design and architecture. In 2002 the Faculty of Architecture of the Milan Polytechnic awarded him an honorary degree in industrial design. His works are exhibited at the Venice Biennale, the Milan Triennale, the Schloss Charlottenburg in Berlin, the M.I.C. of Faenza, at the National Gallery of Modern Art in Rome, at the MoMA in New York and at the Milan Triennale. For the calibre of his research, he was awarded many prizes including four Compasso d'Oro.

Danese Milano
About the brand

Danese Milano is an Italian design company with a rich heritage and a longstanding reputation for producing innovative and iconic design objects. Established in 1957 by Bruno Danese and Jacqueline Vodoz, the company has played a significant role in shaping the history of Italian design. Here are some key aspects and notable features associated with Danese Milano:

  1. Pioneering Design: Danese Milano is known for its pioneering approach to design, pushing boundaries and exploring new possibilities. The company has collaborated with renowned designers, architects, and artists to create products that blend functionality, aesthetics, and artistic expression.
  2. Timeless Aesthetics: The brand's designs exhibit a timeless aesthetic that combines simplicity, elegance, and a touch of artistic flair. Danese Milano products often feature clean lines, minimalistic forms, and high-quality materials, resulting in objects that stand the test of time and remain relevant across generations.
  3. Iconic Pieces: Over the years, Danese Milano has introduced several iconic design pieces that have become symbols of modern design. Notable examples include the Falkland pendant lamp designed by Bruno Munari, the Timor Perpetual Calendar by Enzo Mari, and the Spaghetti Chair by Giandomenico Belotti. These designs have received international recognition and are exhibited in prestigious museums worldwide. Innovation and Experimentation: Danese Milano has a strong focus on innovation and experimentation. The company constantly explores new materials, production techniques, and design concepts to create groundbreaking and thought-provoking objects. This commitment to innovation has led to the development of unconventional and forward-thinking products.
  4. Sustainable Design: Danese Milano is dedicated to sustainability and responsible production. They prioritize eco-friendly materials, energy-efficient manufacturing processes, and recyclability in their product development. The company's sustainable design approach reflects a commitment to minimizing environmental impact and contributing to a more sustainable future.
  5. Design Awards and Accolades: Danese Milano's designs have received numerous prestigious awards and accolades, recognizing their innovation, aesthetics, and contribution to the design field. These accolades showcase the brand's commitment to excellence and its significant impact on the design industry.

Danese Milano products can be found in select design stores, museums, and online platforms.

Panik Design is an Authorised retailer for Danese Milano

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