In Milan, during the exhibition Conteniamoci in December at Galleria Luisa Delle Piane, the creative duo Nesta & Ludek presented the first results of their collaboration, showing Koi, a carpet with the form of a parasol, inspired by Japanese art from before the 1800s. A carpet with a rice paper color where red carp lazily swim.
The show also featured two other projects: the Pattern vases by Ludek Lancellotti and part of the Sartoria collection by Vito Nesta. The first, shown in a sort of colored pyramid, are the result of years of research on stencil decorations applied to ceramics.
From the Sartoria collection, Matassal and Pepitolo are two playful ceramic skeins that peek out here and there amidst the works and find the end of the thread in the kitchen, together with a chair wrapped in wool.
Photos Giovanni De Francesco.