Tech and the Body

Posted by on Aug 15, 2016 in Case Studies, Design, Ergonomics, Technology | No Comments

Our technological gadgets are designed for portability, not ergonomics: this design gap, together with the increasing use of devices at any time of the day, has given rise to a disease known as iHunch, Text Neck, or iPosture (The New York Times). A wrong posture while using your devices is a threat to the well-being ...

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Into the Cuban heart of Sicily

Posted by on Aug 13, 2016 in Events, People, Places | No Comments

La stella della musica Cubana made in Sicily Ales Pandero incontra Cremacaffè Design, ed è amore a prima vista! Ales ha visto il nostro stand KOLIBRI durante una delle serate di musica cubana dei SonClave alla Bodeguita del Moro, a Pedara, il bellissimo borgo ai piedi del vulcano Etna.

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Heavy hitters, we’ve got your back!

Posted by on Apr 8, 2015 in Design, Ergonomics | No Comments

Or how we became more antiskid than Spiderman himself… We’ve been looking for an antiskid solution for you heavy hitters, or for those who love to play their synths on a glass surface. You know that Cremacaffè is concerned with sustainable design – based on the principle “what goes around, comes around” – therefore we ...

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Social experiments with MOVING

Posted by on Nov 22, 2014 in Events, People, Places | No Comments

I’ll spare you the details of our survey and the amazing psychological techniques people enact, when they want to get hold of your stuff, and get to the conclusions: what you want to keep with you, when you are moving to the other end of the world, is only the beautiful things, those that you ...

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Making of “HERO”

Posted by on Nov 21, 2014 in Design | No Comments

One of our CCDBC ( Cremacaffè Design’s Beloved Customers) challenged us to make one smaller stand for his Apogee Duet, while I was on a deadline for my thesis in Helsinki and Andrea was almost on his way back from Sicily to Finland. We decided to go for it, as we had been thinking for ...

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