We have made explicit a technical level that is normally hidden, drawing inspiration from Renzo Piano's Centre Pompidou, where the building's beams, ducts and installations are exposed in plain sight rather than hidden by the facades. The polygonal texture, which gives the surface an interesting play of light, is nothing more than the mesh of the object: the polygonal grid that defines the shape in space through edges, vertices and faces. Although it may appear extremely complex, the solution for mapping this Ovetto is agile and intuitive.
The overlapping of ML Engraving's pictogram and logo isn’t ordinary. Despite the curved surface, it does not undergo any obvious deformation, guaranteeing the readability and recognisability of the brand.