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A series of concentric circles that seem hand-drawn on the platter in bone china porcelain of the Acquerello tableware, designed by Guido Venturini.
Guido Venturini's attention to plastic shapes and fluidity of lines finds its expression in the bone china Acquerello dish service. Uncertain and indefinite markings, light lines that recall the sophisticated painting technique that gives its name to the collection. Acquerello offers the opportunity of enriching the table in a versatile and refined manner, both for everyday use and for special occasions.VIEW THE COMPLETE RANGE
Born at Alfonsine in 1957. Architect, designer and explorer in the field of industrial design, interior design and architecture. In 1985 he and Stefano Giovannoni founded the Bolidist group and set up King-Kong Productions. He has taught at Domus Academy and at Florence Faculty of Architecture. Music is his greatest passion and source of inspiration.