The Photograph Gallery
You might keep in mind Fabrica for his or her revolutionary designs that we’ve featured earlier than. They’re again with their new restricted version glass assortment that they created for Secondome gallery. The gathering debuted at Salone del Cellular 2012 and it’s fairly spectacular.
“Flood” is a set of two home-like vases designed by David Raffoul. Meant to mirror homes flooded and broken by storms and from that, a flower grew by way of its chimney.
“Necklaces” is a set of two or three related vases that grasp from a sequence by Catarina Carreiras. May be held on a wall to carry flowers or should you really feel so inclined, it may be used like a necklace to take a flower for a stroll.
“Triangoli” is a vase by Mariana Fernandes that performs with perspective through the use of geometric shapes.
“Uplifting” is a set of carafes by Dean Brown that have been impressed by the ritual of consuming with others and the way that lifts one’s spirits. The liquids look like suspended in air as if they’re additionally celebrating.
“Uccia Ina”, designed by Valentina Carretta, are carafes that have been impressed by conventional espresso pots and oil containers.
“Vasone” is a 3-half vase by Giorgia Zanellato, during which the middle half has a sandblasted end to point out numerous texture.
“Vessel” is a vase designed by Kirsty Minns that was impressed by nineteenth century scientific devices. It additionally options an hooked up smaller vase and candleholder through which the liquid balances out to the identical degree in all three volumes.
Photographs by Serena Eller.