Objects characterized by primitive, anthropomorphic, simple forms, as if molded from clay or shaped from metal. Neutral tones, from chalk white to deep black, or hues and shades borrowed from nature, give color to volumes with dense textures, either rough as rock or smooth as sea stones.
Raw material becomes polished stone, seductive satin glass, metal out of fire. Décor accessories that echo deep and ancient sensations, becoming exclusive details that define entire spaces in their fascinating simplicity.
Gardeco blends art and high-end decoration in essential designer objects. Pisco, Portuguese for "blink of an eye", is a composition designed by Belgian artist Stefan Schöning which can be customized on the wall. Ceramic discs of various sizes feature a folded surface that produces a pattern of shadows with a striking final effect.
Angelo Mangiarotti uses the ancient technique of "lost-wax" casting to create the CAP53 vase collection: casting and polishing boost the vibrant color and texture of the bronze. The three Agapecasa vases, with their seductive, sculptural profile, are available in a limited edition of 100 numbered pieces.
Efeso, a stunning blown glass vase designed in 1964 by Ercole Barovier and produced by Barovier & Toso, features an intense blue color and an irregular and extraordinary texture that evokes seawater: a multitude of unique and different bubbles seem to emerge irregularly from within this fine piece of glass art.
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