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Nucleo

Torino, Italy

 
 
 

Relief Marble Bench

Relief as the main subject.
Relief as an installation.
Relief as relevance rising.

The structure is modular, consisting of elements reproducible and repeatable that contrast with the main subject, the artifact, a unique piece reworked and made new.

Designer: Nucleo (Italy)
Manufacturer: exclusive for Nilufar Gallery
Material: Marble and Iron
Dimension: 130x40x60h cm

 

Presenze Bronze Chair

Presenze as evidence of past lives.
Presenze as ethereal.
Presenze as absence.

The Presenze collection is a testimony of past lives, the evolution of obsolete objects.
The lack of assemblage is one of the strong characteristics of Presenze.
Each cube, a fragment, giving a sense to the deconstruction.
The cubes are cast in bronze and together create the object.

Designer: Piergiorgio Robino (Italy) (Italy)
Material: Bronze
Dimension: 40x40x80h cm

 

WOOD FOSSIL A.P. | FOR AMMANN GALLERY

Wood Fossil as impurities, inclusions.
Wood Fossil as resins fossil.
Wood Fossil as macromolecule.

The fossilization process evolving, dissolving, leaving an object half fossil half materialized.
The wood fossil is realized in up-cycled quality wood and resin. The bench consists of a single block of resin that keeps the relationship between the dissolving piece of wood alive.

Designer: Piergiorgio Robino (Italy)
Material: Epoxy resin, wood
Dimension: 41x29x47,7H cm 42x29x42H cm

 

MIRROR OF SOCIETY A.P.1

"Mirror of Society" AP1 – 2013
Nucleo_Piergiorgio Robino + Alice C. Occleppo
124 x 84 x 15 h cm / 25 kg
Aluminum
Unique piece, exclusive Galleria n.38

Mirror as investigation
Mirror as spirit of time
Mirror as the human life

To create Mirror of Society, Nucleo has used an application born to capture the zeitgeist (spirit of the time), has performed a series of investigations, related with central human life themes: love, fear, family, work, religion, politics, sex.

Designer: Piergiorgio Robino (Italy)
Material: Aluminium

 

RESIN FOSSIL | COFFEE TABLE

Resinite as fossil mold.
Resinite as rest, persistence.
Resinite as evidence of past lives.

Resinite plays on the presumption to design the future of its objects making them fossils of themselves.
As with the trace fossils where we find the imprint of the original item, in the same way the implementation process that creates the object leads to the destruction of its original.

Designer: Piergiorgio Robino (Italy)
Material: Fiberglass, polyester resin
Dimension: 80x80x40H cm

 

SOUVENIR OF THE LAST CENTURY | LADDER

Souvenir as an evidence of memories.
Souvenir as a gift for those who were not there.
Souvenir as a triumph of life experience.

With “Souvenir of the last century” Nucleo has restored and preserved memories, mummifying fragments from the past, and mixed it up with the physical presence, the action, of now.
By creating souvenirs of the last century also souvenirs for the future has become materialized.

Designer: Piergiorgio Robino (Italy)
Material: Wood ladder and epoxy resin
Dimension: 46 x 15 x 221 h cm / 90 Kg

 

Nucleo Lego Histogram

To celebrate our 15th birthday, Nucleo has created a special gift to share with all.
Nucleo has made an affordable version of the latest project Histogram (the original is designed for Nilufar Unlimited).
Nucleo Lego Histogram is for free and you can build by yourself. The only thing you need to do is to send us your email by pressing the submit button on our website (www.nucleo.to) and we will send you the instruction to built it.

Designer: Nucleo_P. Robino + A. C. Occleppo + L. Neoberdina (Italy)
Inspired By: Nucleo Histogram project and charts
Material: lego bricks

 

Nucleo Stones consolle

Stones as cutting tools
Stones as result of sedimentation compacted by pressure of overlying deposits
Stones as thin sheets of translucent alabaster. Ideal continuation of past projects related to the primitivism, Nucleo pays tribute to the human capacity to evolve. Nucleo introduce a new design code in the fossil project inspired by the stones.

Designer: Piergiorgio Robino + Nicola Bartoccelli (Italy)
Inspired By: Stones and marbles
Material: Epoxy resin, pigments, others

 

NUCLEO Histogram for Nilufar Unlimited

Histogram as three-dimensional objects of two-dimensional representations
Histogram as connected rectangles that give an account of the continuity of characters. Histogram as a digital image's tonal. Histogram is an unlimited edition collection made out of epoxy resin and pigments. By breaking down a source image into parts and then subsequent reconstruct it into obtained unique three-dimensional objects.

Designer: Nucleo_P. Robino+A.C. Occleppo (Italy)
Manufacturer: (Italy)
Inspired By: essential_sequence_deconstruction
Material: epoxy resin, pigments

 

Nucleo collection for Marsèll Goccia

Spraying white polyurethane with a semiautomatic machine Nucleo recreates the effect of random typical snowstorm on the shoes. An artwork with a high degree of uncertainty, typical of the natural phenomenon..
The project will be presented at the following locations:
Via Paullo 12/A Milan|23rd September–15th October
26 Rue Saint Gilles, 75003, Paris|30th September–8th October
477 Broadway 4th Floor, bet. Grand & Broome, New York|10th–20th September
www.marsellgoccia.com

Designer: Nucleo (Italy)
Manufacturer: (Italy)

 

Gabrielle Ammann Gallery presents Resinite

 @ DESIGN MIAMI - Nucleo plays on the presumption to design the future of its objects making them fossils of themselves. As with the trace fossils where we find the imprint of the original item, in the same way the implementation process that creates the object leads to the destruction of its original. The first object of the RESINITE collection is “Resin Fossil Table”, handmade using fiberglass and pigment, the table consists of a single empty block that accurately traces the object from which it takes shape.

Designer: Nucleo (Italy)
Manufacturer: (Italy)

 

Resin table

Nucleo @ Design Miami / Basel
RESINITE is the new experimental research from studio Nucleo.
Nucleo plays on the presumption to design the future of its objects making them fossils of themselves. The first object of the RESINITE collection is “Resin Table”, handmade using fiberglass and pigment, the table consists of a single empty block that accurately traces the object from which it takes shape.
Limited edition of three, exclusive to Gabrielle Ammann Gallery

Designer: Nucleo_Piergiorgio Robino + Stefania Fersini (Italy)
Manufacturer: (Italy)
Material: Fiberglass, resin and pigment
Dimension: 1260x3760x740H mm

 

BY THE WIND

“By the wind” is the new Nucleo research. The concept is creating a surface with a high degree of uncertainty as natural phenomenon like a snow storm.
The semi-finished object is coated by a process which makes it similar in surface to a natural object buried under a blanket of snow. During the Milano Fuori Salone 2010 at the temporary Nilufar Gallery in Via Tortona, Nucleo makes an everyday performance. The performance consists in recreate an artificial snow storm every hour.

Designer: Nucleo (Italy)
Manufacturer: (Italy)

 

Evening dresses by Mila Schon

The exhibition is opened from 20th December 2009 to 18th April, 2010. The art direction, graphic design and exhibition set up will be developed by Nucleo design studio. It’s a challenge that Nucleo welcomes with enthusiasm since it entails dealing with the imposing and impressive early Twentieth century space that is the Salone degli Incanti in Trieste.

Designer: P.Robino, N.Bartoccelli, S. Fersini, A. Occleppo (Italy)
Manufacturer: (Italy)

 

Primitive process / on the skin

Piergiorgio Robino invited Clemens Mueller, a young and highly talented designer from Dortmund (Germany) to contribute, with his own art, to Primitive Collection, the Nucleo’s latest open source project.
Mueller has developed four photographs where white is stratified as a casting resin on his skin. The images interpret the process and energy of Primitive, as if in a human body the muscle and structure could be covered by a thin layer of resin, freezing the expression forever.

Designer: Nucleo_P.Robino+S.Fersini+A.C.Occleppo+D.Ragazzo (Italy)
Manufacturer: (Italy)

 

Primitive Divans by Nucleo

Primitive Collection
Primitive as primary geometric figures. Primitive as computer language called the simplest solid objects. Primitive as are defined original, coarse and wild objects.

Designer: Nucleo _ Piergiorgio Robino + Alice C. Occleppo (Italy)
Manufacturer: (Italy)

 

Primitive Armchairs

Ten years afterTerra! Nucleo returns with a self-production.
The project aims to reduce aggregated forms to elementary geometry.
Primitive as primary geometric figures.
Primitive as computer language called the simplest solid objects.
Primitive as, in English, are defined original, coarse and wild objects.
The workmanship makes unique objects: made entirely by hand without the use of presswork and finished with non-toxic resins that reveal signs and imperfections.

Designer: Nucleo _ Piergiorgio Robino + Stefania Fersini (Italy)
Manufacturer: (Italy)

 

Primitive Lamp

Ten years afterTerra! Nucleo returns with a self-production.
The project aims to reduce aggregated forms to elementary geometry.
Primitive as primary geometric figures.
Primitive as computer language called the simplest solid objects.
Primitive as, in English, are defined original, coarse and wild objects.
The workmanship makes unique objects: made entirely by hand without the use of presswork and finished with non-toxic resins that reveal signs and imperfections.

Designer: Nucleo _ Piergiorgio Robino + Daniele Ragazzo (Italy)
Manufacturer: (Italy)

 

Divan Primitive by Nucleo

Ten years after Terra! Nucleo returns with a self-production.
An aesthetic, formal and material reflection.
The project aims to fragment and destruct. To reduce aggregated forms to elementary geometry.
Primitive as primary geometric figures.
Primitive as computer language called the simplest solid objects.
Primitive as, in English, are defined original, coarse and wild objects.
Sofas, armchairs, tables and lamps comprise an outstanding environment in space and time.

Designer: Nucleo, Piergiorgio Robino, Alice C. Occleppo (Italy)
Manufacturer: (Italy)
Inspired By: Le Corbusier
Material: polyurethane foam covered in flexible casting resin, fiberglass with epoxy resin finish

 

Primitive by Nucleo

The project aims to fragment and destruct.
To reduce aggregated forms to elementary geometry.
Primitive as primary geometric figures.
Primitive as computer language called the simplest solid objects.
Primitive as, in English, are defined original, coarse and wild objects.
Nothing more and nothing less than volume, strength and vital consistency of materials.
The workmanship makes unrepeatable and unique objects

Designer: NUCLEO Piergiorgio Robino + Stefania Fersini (Italy)
Manufacturer: (Italy)
Inspired By: Le Corbusier
Material: polyurethane foam covered in flexible casting resin / fiberglass with epoxy resin finish

 

Status

collective of artists and designers

Location

Torino, Italy

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Active in contemporary art, design and architectural fields.

Nucleo is a collective of artists and designers directed by Piergiorgio Robino based in Torino, Italy.
Active in contemporary art, design and architectural fields.
Nucleos designs have been exhibited worldwide and exhibiting in leading Fairs specializing in art and design.

 

CONTACT

via vittorio andreis 18/18s
Piergiorgio Robino
10152 Torino
Italy

 
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