Joana Magalhães Francisco

Joana Magalhães Francisco

Joana Magalhães Francisco
Joana Magalhães Francisco
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Sputnik #42

Launched in 1957 by the Soviet Union, Sputnik #1 became a legend and a landmark in space exploration. It was the first in a series of satellites collectively known as the Sputnik Program. The unanticipated announcement of Sputnik #1 and the success of its launch began the Space Race between the United States and the Soviet Union during the Cold War.

Sputnik #1 was a sphere with less than 60cm diameter with 4 long antennas attached, like spider legs, and weighed just over 80kg. This satellite had no practical function but to transmit a radio signal that could be monitored by radio amateurs. Sputnik #2 was released a month later, and carried the first living passenger into terrestrial orbit: a dog named Laika. During several decades 41 Sputnik satellites were launched, the latest one in 1998.

Now there's Sputnik #42 , a successor satellite who speaks the language of the freestanding fires, featuring a contemporary design and created for home orbits with a practical function to launch heat in our homes and our lives. This freestanding fire for the post-space era is made of steel, with a tempered glass door that provides a semi-panoramic view and a relaxing sight of the firewood burning. It stands on four thin legs that resemble the original Sputnik satellite, giving it lightness and space elegance.

The intense red color of the Sputnik #42 k is not necessarily a tribute to the Soviet totalitarian regime (hence there's also a black version). It rather is a modern color that stands out by itself and definitely acts as an orbital center of a living room or bedroom with a contemporary touch. And has all the benefits of being able to be observed by a naked eye and never disintegrates itself in the atmosphere of a home.

This piece won a design merit award on theme «Living Room» at the Hot Designers 2010 contest of the Portuguese company Solzaima.

Dimensões totais
700 × 700 m (Comprimento, Largura)
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    Sputnik #42

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    Launched in 1957 by the Soviet Union, Sputnik #1 became a legend and a landmark in space exploration. It was the first in a series of satellites collectively known as the Sputnik Program. The unanticipated announcement of Sputnik #1 and the success of its launch began the Space Race between the United States and the Soviet Union during the Cold War. Sputnik #1 was a sphere with less than 60cm diameter with 4 long antennas attached, like spider legs, and weighed just over 80kg.

    This satellite had no practical function but to transmit a radio signal that could be monitored by radio amateurs. Sputnik #2 was released a month later, and carried the first living passenger into terrestrial orbit: a dog named Laika. During several decades 41 Sputnik satellites were launched, the latest one in 1998. Now there's Sputnik #42 , a successor satellite who speaks the language of the freestanding fires, featuring a contemporary design and created for home orbits with a practical function to launch heat in our homes and our lives. 

    This freestanding fire for the post-space era is made of steel, with a tempered glass door that provides a semi-panoramic view and a relaxing sight of the firewood burning. It stands on four thin legs that resemble the original Sputnik satellite, giving it lightness and space elegance.

    The intense red color of the Sputnik #42 k is not necessarily a tribute to the Soviet totalitarian regime (hence there's also a black version). It rather is a modern color that stands out by itself and definitely acts as an orbital center of a living room or bedroom with a contemporary touch. And has all the benefits of being able to be observed by a naked eye and never disintegrates itself in the atmosphere of a home. 

    This piece won a design merit award on theme «Living Room» at the Hot Designers 2010 contest of the Portuguese company Solzaima.

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