It took a little time but finally I am so glad to introduce you new king size Obi Clutch! Discover them, in exclusive, at Boutique N°16, the chicest boutique in Villefranche sur Mer, France.
What is behind the design of an object? What are the inspiration elements? In this post I will take you in my personal way of working when design one of my items.
When I design a new product I always take inspiration from the things I love as Nature and Art. For this small cachepot, which resembles a flower, it was inevitable to be inspired by the traditional Japanese “Kamon” (家 紋). These symbols, comparable to western heraldic crests, were used to identify a dynasty (家). The “Mon” (紋) are stylizations encased in circular shapes containing prevalently natural elements such as plants, flowers and animals but also natural entities, celestial or artificial, all represented abstractly. Finally this is the way how my personal “Kamon” is born that originates this colorful flower pots collection.
They are perfect for any room in the home with their contemporary and multicolor look. These ones are not only some pot covers but rather some “organizer”: chocolates, placeholder, party cookies, bonbonniere and, with simple glasses, you can transform them in flowers vases.
I am so sorry because I didn’t share new posts about my beautiful city! But I was in full immersion in my work so I though, why don’t share something about my last project?
I always take inspiration from Nature for my projects. In my garden the pumpkins are almost ripe and I could not do without be guided by their color to make this felt clutch bag. With its irony will accompany you in everyday life with a little more joy!
And with this clutch bag I would like to wish everyone a happy Autumnal Equinox!
Ciao everybody! I did not believe anymore but here I am with a new post! For many people this is time for holiday but not for me… I am preparing many new prototypes, and so I’m always late. However, it is with great pleasure that I continue the journey with you to discover Villa Torlonia! Today I want to show you some pictures I took of the “Casino dei Principi” a build always located inside the Villa to the right of “Casino Nobile” of which I spoke in previous posts.
Unfortunately, I could not take many photos of the interior due to the presence of an exhibition whose works came from private collections.
See you soon with more Roman beauties!
Ciao everybody! With this post, we arrived on the top floor of the “Casino Nobile”. Here you can see an interesting collection of “La Scuola Romana” (The Roman School). It is a very impressive collection that fully manages to make this Rome artistic reality in the 900 early decades. What is immediately apparent is the strong connection of the artists with the city of Rome. Through the paintings and sculptures is returned to the today viewer a city now gone but still strong and vibrant in its history.
For me, born and raised in Rome, visit this last part of the Museum was very exciting but, believe me, I assure you it will be the same for you!
Ciao everybody! I apologize for the absence, in these last days I have been completely immersed in my work! Sooner or later I’d like to talk to you also about this because, actually, it is a great passion of mine! Anyway, here we are on the first floor of the “Casino Nobile”. It was the Torlonia family’s residential floor and here you can enjoy the luxury frescoes, gilded stucco and even some original forniture that will take you back in time to ancient glories.
Have fun and see you soon!