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Year: 2005

Authorship: Aldo Cibic and Tommaso Corà (Italy), Andrea Santamarina (Spain), Meric Kara (Turkey), David Neustein (Australia), Alejandro Mingarro di Uria (Spain), Luca Mathia Bertoncello (Italy)


A tableware collection designed for Paola C., an Italian brand manufacturing and selling  objects tied to the art of the table. The series includes two candle-holders, one in coloured glass with holders made of anodized aluminium, very elegant, the other a square ceramic base that, due to a series of holes, can be used as a display to make numbers and light designs. There are also two vases, one made of silicon, soft and colourful with bas-relief decorations, the other a capsule-vase made of glass and aluminium with holes to hold a few large flowers. A colourful stylized resin tray in the shape of a frying pan. And to end with fruit, a table piece in clear resin that opens in sections and a big silicon bowl that takes different shapes according to the fruit it contains.


Paola C. each year invites young designers from the worlds most important schools to design new objects using different materials. Young designers from around the world have answered the call: from Londons Royal College to Tongji University in Shanghai and Fabrica.



In partnership with:
Paola C.



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