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Centrepiece Joy n.1

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Centrepiece Joy n.1

£83.00

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  • Centrepiece in steel coloured with epoxy resin with enamel finish, Pomegranate.

    Diameter (cm):  37.00
    Height (cm):  10.40
Design Claudia Raimondo
  • Claudia Raimondo

    Architect, PhD in industrial design, she lives and works in Milan. Her professional interests are highly specific, marked by original features of research and innovation in the CMF sphere (colour,......

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    Claudia Raimondo
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COD CR01/37 PO

The precious reflections of metal
Joy n.1
The centrepiece “Joy” has been designed by Claudia Raimondo. The shape and decoration of the steel sheet is created through a sophisticated and contemporary moulding technique. The faces of the object create its form: large and open with undefined edges and with a fascinating play of reflections that are reminiscent of objects handmade in precious metals. The texture evokes the backgrounds of the digital world and reinterprets steel by playing on the elusiveness of the design, which makes the object look like something smooth and natural even if it crystallised into a solid matter.