The “Nascer do sol” collection came to life during the restrictions that occurred during the first lockdown and attempts to revisit a style beloved by me: art decò. The movement draws its origins from the Anglo-Saxon aestheticism of the Arts and Crafts, which had placed the emphasis on the free creation of the artisan as the only alternative to mechanization and mass production of objects with little aesthetic value.
This vision reflects my design philosophy and I decided to combine wood with Murano glass to give colour and lightness to the works.
The glass fusions were made by master Raffaele Darra who collaborated on the project and took care, thanks to his long experience, of mixing colours and recreate the light of dawn, the only moment of escape of those days.
The spy mirror in the centre of the screen is the element that wants to give the sense of insecurity of being discovered outside the home.
The result of the three works, a screen, a pair of armchairs and a maquette of a double bed wants to be light at first sight, but full of details that can only be revealed to those who take the right time .
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