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Spazio Privato

porcelain, silver 925, silk, pearl Spazio Privato indicates a place that is not accessible to the public, an intimate dimension, protected from prying eyes and inaccessible to many. It can be a physical, emotional or mental place bounded by a boundary that cannot be crossed.

氷山 Hyōzan

porcelain, silver 925 This new collection is called, Hyōzan. In Japanese that means, iceberg. I was inspired by Haiku poetry, a short poem that conceals a sublime meaning that is difficult to grasp if one remains on the surface. The Iceberg shows only a small part above

FACE

Fiorenza Pancino, Andrea Kotliarsky, Cristina D’Alberto, Elvira Keller FACE is the acronym of Fiorenza, Andrea, Cristina and Elvira: four artists and eight hands who together have created a unique artwork made of a number of small elements. FACE stands for the ability to observe and communicate

Chef Clay
Sugar Kane Black&White

Collaboration with Lorenzo Paganelli porcelain, transparent glaze ø8x10 cm Chef Clay is a research project of 3D printed ceramic applied to one of the most antique traditions: cooking tools and tableware. Chef Clay borns from the collaboration between the ceramist Cristina D'Alberto, the designer/maker Lorenzo Paganelli and

Chef Clay
Sugar Kane Colours

Collaboration with Lorenzo Paganelli porcelain, coloured glaze ø8x10 cm Chef Clay is a research project of 3D printed ceramic applied to one of the most antique traditions: cooking tools and tableware. Chef Clay borns from the collaboration between the ceramist Cristina D'Alberto, the designer/maker Lorenzo Paganelli and