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Heavy Metal: Buster & Punch in London

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Heavy Metal: Buster & Punch in London

Julie Carlson September 08, 2015

Massimo Minale, an architect who worked with Richard Rogers and Foster & Partners, left that world behind when he founded Buster + Punch in a garage in East London. Minale, who says he’s interested in “motorcycles, metalwork, and music,” is focused on making items for everyday use, including light switches, light bulbs, cabinet hardware, and more. Stay tuned: he’s poised to launch a new line at the upcoming London Design Festival.

Here are a few favorites from the line:

Above: A selection of Buster + Punch offerings.

Above: The 2G UK Plug Sockets, made from solid metal, are available in a range of materials and finishes (shown above in steel); 28.

Above: The 4G Toggle Switch is available in a range of finishes (show above in white matte and brass); 80.

Above: The 1G USB Charger is available in a range of finishes (shown above in white matte with steel screws); 33.

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