Bosa

Mr. Italo Bosa started business  more than 30 years ago together with his family and his collaborators, by creating artistic ceramics in Borso del Grappa, a small village between Bassano and Asolo.

Bosa has today important cooperations with big design brands, such as Minotti, Moroso, B&B Italia, Metalarte, Ligne Roset, Artquitect, and personalized supplies for Ferrari, Escada, DeBeers, ecc…. These cooperations and, above all, the great quality grant a great presentation of the products in the biggest magazines of Design either Italian or Foreign and today they confirm the great public success of Bosa production.

Matteo Cibic

Cactus ceramic container

Cactus ceramic container

Gualterio Sacchi

6×4

6×4

Joe Velluto

JoeVelluto (JVLT) is a design and communications studio located in Vicenza.

WarM-ug is a pottery mug characterized by a wrapping handle. This feature allows you to grasp WarM-ug with all your palm. Designed for your cold winter days.

Pedrita

Pedrita is Rita João and Pedro Ferreira. Both are design graduates from the Architecture Faculty of Lisbon’s Technical University, having also studied at TU Delft (in Rita’s case) and Politecnico di Milano (Pedro). They joined Fabrica, the Benetton Design and Communication Research Center in Treviso, Italy, in September 2002, where they would head the 3D Design Department in 2004. Returning to Lisbon the following year, they founded Pedrita studio and have since been developing a myriad of projects in collaboration with creative structures, individuals and clients from all over the world. Inspired by Portuguese traditional forms and techniques, Pedrita’s work casts an inquisitive look on material culture – past and present – in projects that are candid and quietly eloquent.

Dedo – Specially design for italian tables, Dedo is a spices shaker that can hold 4 different kinds of condiments.

The colored tips help to identify the different contents allowing a direct color reference: green for oregano, red for peperoncino, black for pepper and white for salt. It’s shape its an allusion to fairy sticks as a parallel of spices as magic powders to add some fantasy into food.

Riccardo Perazza

Mielito – honey pot

Sam Baron

Issima – Ceramic vase

Slices - Table ware service: plates and service trays

Slices – Table ware service: plates and service trays

Bibelot - decorative videocassete

Bibelot – decorative videocassete

Venus - Ceramic flower vase

Venus – Ceramic flower vase

Venus white

Venus white

Delineo design

Delineo, comes from the latin language and it means “one who draws”. Delineodesign is the pseudonym under which he sign his projects. His real name Giampaolo Allocco and he grew up in Italy between Turin and Treviso.  In 1996 he fell in love with the design reading magazine MODE. Since then, every day of his life is an oriented design path.

Ortus is a modular system of containers that allows you to grow small kitchen plants, aromatics or simply decorative.

Composed of three geometric elements it can also become a simple furnishing especially for those who live in an apartment or just want to have a nice little garden at their fingertips

Giulio Iachetti

Giulio Iacchetti, born in 1966, works in the field of industrial design since 1992. He alternates this activity with teaching at many universities and schools of design in Italy and abroad.

Batol – Jug, humidifier, vase

Ceramic jug recalling the bottle archetype in its shape. It can be also used as a humidifier

Marc Krusin

Marc Krusin is a furniture design graduate of Leeds Metropolitan University. Following placements with George Sowden in Milan and Fred Scott in London he began collaborating as a designer with a number of studios. He currently works with a number of revered clients from the furniture industry.

Pot – Ceramic flowerpot

Alessandro Busana

Graduated in industrial design in 1999 from Scuola Italiana Design, continues its path of specialization participating in workshops for Rollerblade, Fila, Whirlpool, Alfa Romeo, Chicco, Roncato and Alessi. Since 2004 he has been developing creative design focused on the functionality of the products, he attended national and international avant-garde exhibitions, (likeThe New Italian Design 2007/2010, Nazionale Italiana Design, Openhouse, Wonderful Water World, Made For China, DISCOVERING Temporary Museum of New Design), and he got published in the most important design magazines as well. In 2007 and 2008 he joined JoeVelluto group where he continues operating research and experimentation about products and spaces. In 2009 he return to soloist role founding Hole Design , a new research and concept development agency where create a product for some of the major national and international companies like Normann Copenhagen, Pedrali, Roche Bobois, Plust collection.

Cplate - appetizer ceramic base

Cplate – appetizer ceramic base

Palomba

Ludovica and Roberto Palomba, architects and designers, founded Palomba Serafini Associati in 1994, based in Milan. The high quality of their project is their distinctive mark. They collaborate with the most prestigious design brands all over the world and the majority of their products designed since 1994 is still in production.

“Our goal is to design free projects, able to interact in an evident and immediate way with people who choose them. Our success is measured by the amount of persons worldwide who have chosen to share their lives intimately with our products.”

Cup

Ceramic bowls

Ginella - ceramic bottle

Ginella – ceramic bottle

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