Via Varese 12
Ice Cream Social will run Tuesday 12 April – Friday 15 April from 15:00 to 19:00 at H+.
Opening Hours: Open daily from Tuesday 12th April to Friday 15th April, 10:00 – 20:00
Ice Cream Social Schedule: Tuesday 12th April, 16:00 – 18:00 / Philippe Malouin Wednesday 13th April, 16:00 – 18:00 / Karoline Fesser Thursday 14th April, 16:00 – 18:00 / Max Lamb Friday 15th April, 16:00 – 18:00 / Studio DeFORM
To celebrate the launch of Hem’s splatter-painted Last Stool ‘Splatter’ by British designer Max Lamb, Hem has collaborated with Italian gelato maker Gelateria Rigoletto on four custom gelato flavours inspired by stracciatella gelato – one to match each style stool.
Ice Cream Social is inspired by gathering, sharing and socialising. Hem’s products launched in Milan this year celebrate the Italian tradition of gathering with friends and family to eat. Each afternoon, Ice Cream Social will have a guest host, including collaborators and friends of the brand.
Each stool is formed from a single metal sheet, spun at high-speed into the shape designed by Max Lamb. The splatter effect is achieved by first lacquering the spun form, then hand-splattering enamel overtop. Each stool is then heated to set the enamel. The hand-splatter means no two stools are the same.
In addition to the launch of the splatter Last Stool, Hem is launching theBookmatch table by Philippe Malouin; All Wood Stool by Karoline Fesser; Hide Table by Karoline Fesser; Zig Zag shelf by Studio deFORM and a new fabric for the Koti Sofa, Dash by Form Us With Love, all of which will be in the Hem installation at H+ to enjoy along with Hem’s splatter gelato.
Stockholm-based Hem, led by Petrus Palmér, partners with leading designers around the world to create inspiring, accessible designed, manufactured in Europe and retailed online. Founded in 2014, Hem debuted in London during the London Design Festival in September 2015 with the release of Alphabeta designed by Luca Nichetto, the customizable light with billions of combination.
About Max Lamb
Winning the 2003 International Design Award while still a student allowed Max Lamb to visit the Cologne Trade Fair, where his interest in industrial design was piqued. The Englishman favours a direct, uncomplicated approach, trying to create an object from its raw material in the simplest possible way. His Last Stool, made from a single sheet of turned metal, is emblematic of his style.