Ethereal, light, dancing, hazy. That’s why the name Éther was chosen for the decoration of Richard Ginori’s Aria porcelain tableware created by the French designer Constance Guisset. She says: “I created Éther as if I was designing the scenery for a ballet.” An experience that is not new to her, given that Guisset designed the sets for the ballet Winterreise (Winter’s Journey) with choreography by Angelin Preljocaj, which was also staged at La Scala in Milan last winter.
For her, the plate became a canvas to be painted with irregular forms, shades ranging from black to blue, the interweaving of voids and solids, lights and shades evoking a breath of air, light and impalpable.
The seven elements that make up the collection are so versatile that they can be turned upside down, stacked and joined together to create different combinations that meet the needs of modern catering. Made to the new Hyper*P formula, which is impact-resistant while retaining the finest qualities of porcelain, Éther is hand-decorated in the historic Sesto Fiorentino manufactory, like all Richard Ginori collections.
A synthesis of functionality and poetry.