The atypical fugacity of the building is then transformed into firm concreteness, and the castle of cards becomes a solid casket capable of preserving the security of the most precious objects, just as the walls of a house become an architectural skin to protect the souls of people who they live.
Vito Nesta reinterprets the ceramic tiles for Kyma, a collection of sinuous objects in tubular stainless steel decorated with flowers and vegetation.
The Kolshi - Bengalian jug - is the traditional container used in Bangladesh for collecting and transporting water.
A collaboration between Studio Job and Mirage born POPJOB collection, developed with the aim of exploring the ceramic material according to a new point of view, to create a new collection that can enjoy a diversified and innovative approach.
The collections Saki, Entrée and Tajine Wood, designed by Laura Calligari, arrive in Milan during the first edition of Design City
A line of coatings from soft satin silky surface, rich in unusual iridescent movements that give the feeling of a light fabric moved from light.