Antonnione Franco Leone Ribeiro Puzzle Modular Furniture
Puzzle Modular Furniture is Iron Design Award winner in 2013 - 2014 Differently Abled and Seniors' Assistance Design Award Category.
Puzzle Modular Furniture

Modular Furniture Puzzle consists of acrylic niches, moved on rails arranged on a wall via commands from a smartphone. The phone applicative shows the position of each module in the wall, and dragging them through the touchscreen as the old game Sliding Puzzle, the room layout will be changed. This design emphasizes the user interactivity in two senses: an aesthetic customization of the room and facilitating access to modules unreachable by the user physical restraint, which makes the environment more dynamic according to the user needs and desires, and accessible for a wide range of people.

Puzzle Modular Furniture
Antonnione Franco Leone Ribeiro Puzzle
Antonnione Franco Leone Ribeiro Modular Furniture
Antonnione Franco Leone Ribeiro design
Antonnione Franco Leone Ribeiro design
Antonnione Franco Leone Ribeiro

Antonnione Franco Leone Ribeiro is a multidisciplinary professional, he demonstrates the interest in different topics and approaches, which facilitates the breadth of his portfolio. His ideas are considered audacious and innovative, he captures the aura of contemporary and has the features of a avant-garde professional. In his designs, there are concerns about different topics such as the concept, functionality, usability, plasticity, artfulness, playfulness but mostly deep, the study about the user and the consumer market. He is a meticulous designer and his goal is to achieve the results envisioned regardless of limitations because he loves obstacles and projects that encourage professional growth. Why do you


Leone is the signature for projects developed by the italo-brazilian designer Antonnione Franco Leone Ribeiro. His office is a blend of artistic studio, centre of research and experimental laboratory, where with partners chosen for each demand, develops innovative approaches to human welfare, either as a functional solution or as an artistic production. The office is currently in Belo Horizonte / Brazil, but maintains partnerships with professionals in various regions of Brazil, in Toronto / Canada, Torino / Italy, Berlin / Germany and Budapest / Hungary. His latest portfolio demonstrates technologies for the inclusion of the hearing impaired people in Brazilian schools, interactive sets for plays, video installations, artistic installations with augmented reality, motion graphic videos to promote social projects, design consultancies for artisans, teaching methods for history teachers through the use of images, typography for people with dyslexia, cardboard and pallets furniture, projects of accessible environments, reform of public sidewalks for easier accessibility, playful interference in urban space, methods of museums tour for the mentally disabled, tools for the daily life of the wheelchairs and blind people, sustainable packaging and eco accessories, workshops about the reuse of materials for products, consultancies about analysis of product life cycle, and award-winning productions developed in educational workshops about stop-motions made with waste.