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With Suit’d Suits at the Salone del Mobile 2016 in Milan

Suited Products presented their ceramic and wooden power outlets called Suit’d Suits at the famous Salone del Mobile in Milan. In the curated Ventura Lambrate district, that is renowned for the abundance of young and upcoming designers with inspiring concepts and products, the Suits were presented in our own gallery.

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Beautiful photography by Lisette Kreischer and Roos Rutjes


The public just kept coming in.

Via Ventura 17, the base of Suit’d Suits, located right next to the entrance of the huge halls of no 15.

The Suits neatly fit over standard wall power outlets after removal of the outer part (takes only 30 seconds to do so) or are made to exactly fit the award winning Berker R1 series.

Specially designed to fit the entire R1 series of Berker.

Specially designed to fit the entire R1 series of Berker.

The public in Milan, consisting mainly of local and international interior designers, architects and home-owners was extremely appreciative. They immediately recognized the opportunities of the products, turning one of the most ordinary products in the room into a small piece of art.

During the entire week, the public kept coming into the gallery.

During the entire week, the public kept coming into the gallery in the Ventura Lambrate district.

The Suits come in all kind of varieties of plain and decorated ceramics and beautiful Plexwood® wooden designs.

Ceramic Suit'd Suits look just like ceramic tiles, but host one or more power outlets, light switches, USB connectors or network connections.

Ceramic Suit’d Suits look just like ceramic tiles, but host one or more power outlets, light switches, USB connectors or network connections.

They are very easy to install in less than a minute, brighten up your room and give the wall that extra touch.
You can order them through the webshop

Written by Jop Timmers

Jop is the founder of Design for Good, experienced product designer, innovation manager, author, sustainability expert, was trained as a C2C design consultant in 2009 and was a part time product design teacher for 9 years. He is passionate about sustainable and social innovation.

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