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Christmas ornament. White. cm 30 Bark for Christmas

Bark for Christmas BM06/30 W

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Designer Boucquillon & Maaoui

Christmas ornament in steel coloured with epoxy resin, white with magnets in porcelain.

Height (cm):  30.00
Length (cm):  25.00
Width (cm):  9.00

BM06/30 W

Bark for Christmas is the ideal ornament for those who don't want to give up on the ritual of decoration, even without the traditional Christmas tree. These magnetic decorations can be customised with photographs, special wishes and more.

Designed by Michel Boucquillon and Donia Maaoui, the Bark collection was inaugurated in 2015 with the namesake centrepiece. The designers drew their inspiration from their home, Casa Boucquillon: it is a place for experimentation, meditation and work where they can live in synch with nature. The perforated pattern of the Bark range recalls the bark on the trees that surround the house. The result is a strongly poetic collection where every individual object proves to be, either in shape or in function, in continuous and harmonious dialogue with nature.

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The Designer

Boucquillon & Maaoui

Born in Belgium in 1962. In 1988 he won the competition of the CHAMBER OF EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT in Brussels which signed the beginning of his Architectural and Design career. In ‘2000, he opened a new workshop dedicated to Industrial Design and experimental Architecture in Lucca - Tuscany in his "CASA BOUCQUILLON", extremely experimental place of exploration, meditation, live and work. Michel actually works for the world most famous International Design companies: Alessi, Artemide, Antoniolupi, Serralunga, Martinelliluce. His work is present in several Museums and got many of the main international Awards, recently: Menzione d’Onore Compasso d’Oro 2011, Good Design Award 2008, Design Plus 2006. Donia Maaoui, Michel’s wife and an architect herself, works alongside her husband on some of the Alessi and Martinelliluce projects, although her principal occupation is cast bronze sculpture and painting.