The organic "Ovum Aureum" table expressing the artists expermentation with alchemy is adorned thanks to the juxtaposition of two very geometric lamps
The wall-panel and the "Apparecchiato per sei" table maintain the imperfect hexagonal forms intone with the artists wish to not conform to the banal
A closer look at the handmade candleholders by Riccardo Goti. His traits as a jewellery designer emphasized in how he turns a simple object into a precious must-have
The organic details of the "8 Marzo" table by Carlo Trucchi reflected in Simon Ricart's mirror relaized in pure copper in gold-finishing.
The two unique piece coat racks from 1970 by Nanda Vigo besides a rare "Due piu" chair
A tale waiting to be told by Simone Ricart's "Sing Sing" pouf. A wonderful piece relaized in the pure copper
Anne Bianchet's geometrical lamp, creating a harmonious blend with the otherwise organic egg i.e the "Ovum Aureum" table
The non-geometric hexagons, Carlo Trucchi's typical atypical trait. This time in center stage, under the resin-layer, helping the artist represent the moment of conception of crystals in nature : The "Formazione di Cristallo" table !
The dialogue between sharp edges and rotund forms continues through the unique sculptural wall-hanging "Eufrasio" by artist Giuseppe Friscia.
Perched upon Anne Bianchet's table is the glorious "Icaro" by Giuseppe Friscia