Did you know that some ancient Egyptian scholars are convinced that the Pyramids of Giza were originally covered with alabaster slabs?
This would have been able to reflect the glare of sunlight in the darkest of nights!
EmporiumWith the new collection designed by Sand Family Roberto GiacomucciIt gives voice to the vintage of his mood and echoes the mysterious atmosphere of the sand dunes and the most beautiful beaches in the world.
The collection has fun with design and also with the words "neo" and "toi" put together. Is Italian? Or English? No, it is more likely to be an unknown language, one that speaks of creativity. An abacus of icons, with calibrated proportions, familiar to most, probably a legacy of ancestral memories that coexist, hidden within each of us. Small functional objects, animated containers that are able to weave strong interpersonal bonds together: more than objects, they are subjects, emotional entities with a well-defined personality, capable of transforming every space of modern life through their aura, catalyzing beneficial vital energy.
Roberto GiacomucciIn the wake of Small Designer, continues to express his playful creative vein and designs for the company Emporium a whole new collection: new materials and new forms. A "small design" grown, matured, until it became what could be called a "world design", a design that is contaminated with various cultural stimuli and causes them to go beyond its classifications and express themselves freely. The key concepts are versatility and elegance, clean lines for functional accessories made this time with the wood. A wood treated with a special finish that gives it a touch of experience, of material, vaguely exotic and why not magic.
In addition to participation in "Paper Museums"And at the exhibition"Little Designer"Scheduled at the Milan Triennale during the 2012 design week, Roberto Giacomucci will be present at the Salone del Mobile with some novelties designed for Emporium, the Marche company of which he is the art director.