fenix pen is a design work from the Taiwanese design brand Kopus.
Fenix pen is named and modeled according to the Phoenix’s myth, hoping it reminds people to seek beauty in such bustling life, while it implements smooth writing.
Fenix pen incorporates a twist-action propel/repel feature, and at the end is combined with a curved blade, which works as a letter opener, enhancing usability. The surface of the pen is wear-resistant; therefore it won't lose its original luster after long-term use.
Écal x L'Epee 1839
This was cooperate with L'Epee 1839. L'Epée 1839 is a Swiss manufacture specialized in high-end clocks with spectacular design and great complications.
For us this generation, the flight was used to things, taking an airplane flight around the world, is a common thing for our life, but the airship is different, it still retains charming part and also takes people throwback to the (19th century) it was a glorious generation. And when the airship shows out front of the human, and find the roots of the human dream. Hence, when people talking about the airship always think of a dream. Back then, men and women, both old and young, all desire to experience this huge flying machine in the sky. The original form and surface were not only practical, it was a fantasy, I wanted to root my concept in the known architecture.
So this smooth line on the clock represents the strong backbone also tell the time and see the mechanical movement. Through switch the bow and the stern, you can set the time and do the hand-winding. The escapement, in this position, symbolizes the captain in the control room, so when you provide the bow, it’s like your starting your adventure and continue your big dream.
Gochic Bicycle & KOPUS
This design collaboration between Kopus and Gochic Bicycle was a global limited edition of 100 units. The body's inspiration was derived from the famous Millau Viaduct in France; the side view design extends outside the frame providing a convenient ride in the city. Both weight and rigidity enhance the visual beauty ensuring the body’s rustproof degree is high. The frame is handmade of the highest quality of molybdenum steel. Simultaneously, it was painted coordinating the paint of Ferrari's sports cars. As for the transmission system, a carbon fiber composite belt was derived from American manufacturer Gates. Therefore, no oil maintenance is required, resulting in a quiet ride. Also, there's no need to worry about a loose chain since is up to 10 years, making it 3 times more durable than traditional ones.
Yee was designed by famous Taiwanese designers Alex Chou (Zhou Yuxian). "YEE" is derived from the Chinese "$@" homophonic, on behalf of a man-bicycle connection. It can satisfy required functionalities of any general lifestyle. Coupled with classic design and fashion elements, this bicycle is a must for light travels in the city!
Écal x Marsotto edizioni
Marsotto edizioni embodies the supreme qualities of one of the world's noblest and most ancient materials. Plus the wisdom of skilled craftsmanship allied with design culture, in the search for a genuinely contemporary idiom. And a steadfast urge to break new technological ground.
Cut is inspired by the connection between the soil and the flowers, by the visual similarity of naturally occurring patterns between the two: the veins of the marble stone and the roots and stems of plants. With a simple cut on the stone, and a simple cut of the flower, the two merge to showcase that not always do we need to use a vessel, container or a vase with water to display the beauty of the plant. Without water, the cut flower placed in the cut marble, is allowed to dry out naturally showing genuine and honest beauty of both elements, even in its decay.
Écal x Aesop
Aēsop is an Australian skin care brand owned by Brazilian company Natura.
"Peel" is inspired by the natural aroma that comes from peeling off the bark or petals. Through exploring the fundamental effects that the aroma brings to people, the concept of "Peel" comes out. The aroma stimulates people's sense of the flair and affects their moods or memories. The minimalist geometry and peeling corner of "Peel" present the surprise and warm feeling.
KOPUS x Abrood
Zagros is a collaboration between Kopus and the royal Iranian carpet manufacturer Abrood, making us the third successor brand of Hermes and Versace in collaborating with them. Persian carpet technology has 2500 years of history; from generation to generation the art of manufacturing Persian carpets became one of the world’s top technologies. Zagros is produced in the Qom area, famous for making silk carpets, extracting all the materials from natural plants and ores. The fine weaving process takes one year to complete. As a result of natural dyeing, the glamorous color is never diminished after a century. In addition, silk material compared to wool cloth has a rare and delicate luster. The silk carpets with the highest quality are often hung on the wall or are collected as works of art.
The pattern in the center of the carpet represents the sun and the asteroids’ traction in the universe, symbolizing a certain force drawing vitality, enthusiasm, and all things in the world together. The peripheral circles’ pattern represents guards, as if they were shielding you when standing on the center of the carpet. All that is wonderful is surrounded by the boundaries, such as your heart, home, the world. This abstract concept was implemented into a totem and recorded on the carpet above, which is also a fascination often seen in Persian carpets. It is worth mentioning that the specification of this carpet and the interior dyed from turquoise to blue-green is relatively rare. Zagros was made with meticulous attention to details. Good maintenance will preserve it between two to three hundred years. This expresses Kopus’ constant spirit to pursue perfection.