The Luna Coffer, part of the new Trove collection, is a softly shaped box that is both gentle and substantial. Grooved and radial lines detail the cast top and foot, the top being dished to invite a momentary placement of something precious that signals the contents inside.
The Plume Vase, part of Alexander Lamont's limited Pleiades series, boasts the enchanting "Nebula" pattern. This stunning design combines lacquer and eggshell, creating a celestial-inspired appearance. Its shape, reminiscent of a delicate plume, beautifully complements the cosmic pattern, making this vase a captivating piece of art.
This unique vase was designed during the designer's travels around the Canary Islands. A trip to the Coffee Beach on Fuerteventura Island inspired mystical and minimalist forms. It is an extraordinary place that seamlessly blends the boundlessness of the ocean with high mountains, in the middle of which sits Wintter's dilapidated villa. Many myths about this building and its former function are kept a secret. The remains of the former airport on the beach, the nearby cemetery, and the obliterated roads powerfully stimulate the imagination. The designer imagined what the sand could still conceal. He sketched this image based on which he made the vase.
A clean cut on the solid matter: a single block of marble is divided into two equal parts. The lateral transparent glass, reveals the inside hollowed out in a semi-cylindrical shape. The two mirrored vases are meant to be coupled, separated or combined so to create different shapes.
The vase recalls the decorations of the Chinese ceramics of the Ming dynasty from which these products are inspired, through the stylized landscapes designed by colored wool fibers. A Production of objects in limited edition and unique pieces dedicated to Marwoolus, an innovative material conceived and realized by Marco Guazzini designer. Unique for its nature: it's made of marble and wool, which natural fibers reproduce the typical veinings in a not replicable way.