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Trina Pencil Holder


Item #: ALS-HR07

Model: HR07


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Design by Hani Rashid, 2006.
By Alessi.

Pencil holder in cast aluminum.

Dimensions: 6" X 3.8"; 5" H

Model(s): 8003299929030 HR07

Hani Rashid

Hani Rashid was born in Cairo, Egypt in 1958 to a British mother and Egyptian father and raised in England and Canada. He received his bachelor of architecture degree in 1983 from Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada and a masters of architecture degree in 1985 from the Cranbrook Academy of Art in the USA.

In 1988 he co-founded with partner Lise Anne Couture (*1959), Asymptote, architectural design and research practice, based in New York. Hani has been a professor of architecture at the Columbia University graduate school of architecture and planning since 1989. In 1995 he co-developed the School’s advanced digital design program and has also been taught at numerous universities including the Royal Danish Academy in Copenhagen, the Southern California Institute of Architecture in Los Angeles, the University of Lund, Weden, the graduate school of design at Harvard University and the Stadleschule in Frankfurt.

Asymptote has produced a body of work that has placed the practice at the forefront of architectural and interactive digital design. Asymptote's projects range from spatial experimentation and installations to building and urban design to computer generated environments and architectures. They have created a virtual trading floor for the New York Stock Exchange and the Guggenheim Virtual Museum, which are fully navigable interactive multi-dimensional architectural environments.

Other clients include the Osaka Gas, the Kyoto Research Park and Knoll International. Hani Rashid was also one of two United States representatives who exhibited in the American Pavillion during the Venice Biennale in 2000.

The work of Asymptote is in various museum collections including MoMA, SFMoMA, the Canadian Center for Architecture, the Netherlands Institute of Architecture and at the Solomon R. Guggenheim.

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Alessi - Italian Design

The Alessi company was founded by Giovanni Alessi in 1921 in Omegna, Italy. Giovanni, a talented sheet metal worker, produced items by hand for the table and the home out of copper, brass and nickel-silver. Giovanni's son Carlo, trained in industrial design, joined him at Alessi and was responsible for many of the designs produced in the 1930s through the mid 1940s.

During the war years, Alessi produced stars for uniforms and mechanical parts for Savoia Marchetti airplanes. After the war, thanks to an enormous demand for brass ladles for the U.S. army, the Alessis expanded the company and started mass production. Carlo's brother Ettore, who joined the company in 1945, was the first to bring outside designers to the company, such as the architects Carlo Mazzeri, Luigi Massoni and Anselmo Vitale. Since that time, the range of products offered by Alessi has expanded to include such items as office accessories and electrical appliances, in collaboration with a growing range of contemporary designers such as Jasper Morrison and Philippe Starck, all the while maintaining Alessi's commitment to design and quality.

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5 out of 5
Great function and even better form
 

I have a beautiful collection of Danish furniture in my office mixed with Italian accessories á la Alessi, and this just "crossed the T" on my desk. I love the design and it is just the right size for keeping on a desk. I recommend the Stila letter opener with it - it looks great when you put it in and mix it with black pens.

By:Soren G. (Los Angeles)

1 out of 5
Good Design, Poor Execution
 

The Trina is a very unique and nice looking pencil holder but the finish of the aluminum leaves so much to be desired. As a cyclist, I'll compare the finish to the lowest of the cheapest aluminum bicycle component. It has a "pot metal" look and feel to it, rather than a refined anodized or polished finish. I expected this to be a finish quality similar to a Nambe piece, which I have and is excellent.

I would NOT recommend this AT THIS PRICE. Maybe at a lower price I would be expecting a finish like this but at this price, they missed the quality mark by a mile.

By:Scott , Architect (San Diego)


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