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Burano Plate

Bricola Collection
/ Complements

The story behind

Burano is an island in the Lagoon of Venice, famous for its lace. This plate is created with a slice of Bricola wood, the traditional timber pole planted in the Lagoon seabed, characterized by the tunnels carved by the molluscs that create a pattern of solids and voids, lights and shadows, like a lace. This wooden crochet is surrounded by a sheet of transparent aquamarine resin liven up by a constellation of underwater air bubbles that returns a fragment of submerged Venice.

 

YEAR OF PRESENTATION : 2013

Mint Gallery _ London
London Design Festival 2013

Dimensions

Ø 32 / 36 / 40 x H 4 cm

Materials

Bricola Solid Oak WOOD, Extraclear Polished RESIN - Colorless or Aquamarine -