A couple more curiosities from cyberspace for ceramic-loving civilians. 1) Triennale This iconic ‘four curve’ puzzle piece style tile was designed by Gio Ponti and Alberto Rosselli in the 60s. We’ve seen quite a bit of it amongst Marazzi‘s designs, especially it’s colour-blocked varieties, but marble effects, patchworks patterns, terrazzo style, and more make it worth a mention in our curiosities. 2) Ogi Matcha Gloss … Continue reading Cyberspace Curiosities III
Clerkenwell Design Week‘s tenth edition is here from tomorrow, Tuesday 21st, until Thursday 23rd May. Their usual mix of showrooms and exhibitions will keep us updated on the latest in interior design trends from lighting, product design, textile, and of course, surface design. With the addition of workshops, talks, and product launches it is a well rounded event providing great insight. Continue reading Clerkenwell Coming Up
Marazzi Triennale, designed for Marazzi in 1960 by Gio Ponti and Alberto Rosselli, lays claim to be the very first collaboration between design and industrial ceramics. It recently featured in a project for La Rinascente in Milan.
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