“The objects’ memory that we touch and which we cope with it’s the deepest secret of our existence. Put one next to the other, the objects have the enigmatic power to interpret a story, ours” writes the writer, Nobel prize for literature, Orhan Pamuk.
The Milanese designer who prefers the light gesture and draws from the world of nature – sometimes they are woods and fairy-tale animals, others are home gardens and grandmother's remedies – presents Wild Flowers, a wall lamp that seems drawn in pencil, with a simple and wild.
Through an associative and emotional process, Wild Flowers is inspired by Capodimonte's floral porcelain, reinterpreting them with a graceful – and enchanted touch.
A drawn flower, an invented flower: a species that does not exist in nature but is capable of evoking endless fields.