The objects by Flaminia establish a dialogue with architecture and become the protagonists of a metaphysical landscape.
As always, the companies ceramic collections have a forceful architectural character that becomes a factor of inspiration for the new book Good Morning Design, published by Rizzoli. A story in images, created with great mastery by the photographer Santi Caleca.
Edited by Mario Trimarchi, the volume stages a refined dialogue between design and architecture, in which the iconic Flaminia creations have been captured in moments of solemn silence by Santi Caleca, who captures the innermost essence of the design objects.
The collections designed by Nendo, Jasper Morrison, Paola Navone, Roberto Palomba, Giulio Cappellini, Patrick Norguet, Nendo, Alessandro Mendini and many others get beyond the form-function dialectic and investigate an unusual artistic dimension that is expressed with great sculptural force.
With writings by Mario Trimarchi, Giulio Cappellini, the creative director of Ceramica Flaminia, and Augusto Ciarrocchi, president of the company, the book offers an architectural landscape in which each piece is decontextualized and reinterpreted in large volumes defined by lights and shadows, lines and surfaces, full and empty zones.