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Lark is a holder that thanks to a magnet holds the smartphone and gives it a body. New home rituals are transforming our habits, and the phone is almost always part of it. The smartphone concentrates functions and expands our homes, profoundly changing our existences. Lark is a tool that enters into relationship with this object made of virtual functions, trying to make it physical.

Limited edition.

Designer: Francesco Faccin

COD: 1C011A Category:
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The telephone concentrates functions and expands our homes by transforming and transporting them elsewhere, becoming an extension of our brains, a prosthesis, a contemporary fetish that has profoundly and silently changed our existences. Allodola is a tool that enters into relationship with this object made of virtual functions, trying to make it physical. It is a presence that gives body through ancient materials to a brain made with the highly sophisticated technologies of our present.


5.9 kg

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Satinized steel base, lava stone cylinder with sandblasted finish, natural oak solid wood frame and handle. Seat for jointed cell phone rest in mirrored steel with magnets inside. External components and internal core in satin-finished steel. Metal frame adjustable in height.

The shipped product will be packed inside a handcrafted wooden case signed Orografie.

Case dimensions: W.25xD.20xH.120cm, V. 0.06m³. Total weight: 13.7kg.

Estimated delivery time: 

  • Italy - 50 days
  • Europe - 65 days
  • Extra EU - 90 days

Insurance and vat included. Customs duties excluded.

Francesco faccin

Francesco Faccin

Born in Milan in 1977, after two years of collaboration with Enzo Mari, in 2004 he began working with Francesco Rivolta, a model maker and luthier, learning fine cabinetmaking techniques. In 2007 he opened his own studio in Milan and until 2015 was a consultant to Michele De Lucchi. In 2013 he was appointed "Italian Fellow" at the American Academy in Rome. In 2010 he won the Design Report Award and in 2015 he received an honorable mention at the Compasso D'oro with "Traverso." From 2014 to 2016 he was artistic director of the historic Fonderia Artistica Battaglia in Milan. In 2018 with "Anonimo Contemporaneo" he began a collaboration with the Giustini/Stagetti gallery. A university lecturer at the Free University of Bolzano and the Made Program in Syracuse, he collaborates as a visiting professor with other universities such as the Universidad de Navarra in Pamplona. At Expo2015 he presented "Honey Factory," a micro architecture for urban beekeeping, which in 2018 the UN indicates as a project-guide in reference to the 17 Global Goals.

Weight 13.7 kg
Dimensions 25 × 20 × 120 cm