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Florilegium by Vito Nesta for Sambonet

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Florilegium by Vito Nesta for Sambonet it has been modified: 2017-12-11 di Benedict Flowers

Vito Nesta reinterprets the ceramic tiles for Kyma, a collection of sinuous objects in stainless steel tubing that runs along the perimeter softly defining the profiles.

The distinctive poetic sign of Vito Nesta is expressed in Florilegium, a botanical anthology that retraces the eras in retro fabrics, suspended images, re-enactment of a dreamy and fairytale landscape.

Vito Nesta reinterprets the ceramic tiles for Kyma, a collection of sinuous objects in stainless steel tubing that runs along the perimeter softly defining the profiles. The distinctive poetic sign of Vito Nesta is expressed in Florilegium, a botanical anthology that traces the eras in the retro fabrics decorated with flowers and vegetation, suspended images, re-enactment of a dreamy and fairytale landscape.

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