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Hatewood Lab

A project by Carlo and Martina

Perhaps, youngsters will not understand what it means to be moved at the sight of a music tape, a floppy disk or other objects like a simple eraser. Perhaps they will just laugh at us, perhaps one day they will do the same in front of an object they’re using lazily just now. What is certain is that this feeling, today just like tomorrow, will give a new poetic meaning to those objects and to our past, too.

This is more or less what happened to Carlo and Martina in 2016, when they founded Hatewood Lab, a small artisan workshop in Rome where the objects that marked their childhood come to life in the form of furnishing accessories like tables, libraries and containers. All is made of wood and hand painted for living rooms, bedrooms and nostalgic homes of the ’80s and ’90s. The choice of these objects is not casual and seems to have little to do with vintage. This is just a way to relive a past whose memory makes soft even the toughest of 30-year-olds.

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