wonderglass teams up with the bouroullecs, raw edges and fornasetti during milan design week
 

wonderglass teams up with the bouroullecs, raw edges and fornasetti during milan design week

header image by claire lavabre

 

wonderglass reveals two different projects during this year’s milan design week in collaboration with ronan and erwan bouroullec, fornasetti and london-based studio raw edgesat the istituto dei ciechi, ‘kosmos’ will welcome visitors in a glittering installation featuring the company’s latest collections, while at the spazio krizia building, a series of 30 moving lamps by raw edges developed and crafted in collaboration with wonderglass.

the alcova collection designed the bouroullec brothers
photo by claire lavabre

 

 

founded in 2013 by maurizio and christian mussati, wonderglass combines traditional italian craftsmanship with contemporary design developed in collaboration with various architects and designers. from 17 to 22 april, the company will present kosmos, a multisensory experience that will transport visitors into its shimmering universe with new collections by the bouroullec brothers and fornasetti as well as collaborations with dan yeffet and studiopluz.


photo by claire lavabre


photo by claire lavabre


photo by claire lavabre


photo by claire lavabre

 

 

among the pieces on show, the bourroulecs’ alcova is a collection of handcrafted geometric objects in three different shapes. the vessels and alcoves are made of thick glass and can be displayed stalked in groups or individually. at the same space, ‘through the clouds’ by fornasetti is a daydream-like installation blending printed and lacquered metal with blown glass.


through the cloulds by fornasetti

 

 

in addition to kosmos, a series of 30 moving lamps by raw edges will be presented inside spazio krizia. crafted by wonderglass, ‘horah’ takes its name from the popular israeli dance which serves as the main reference for the installation. as the designer duo mentions, ’the synchronisation of elements has an intriguing factor and provokes a certain emotion and fascination, these sensations we experience as we watch the traditional israeli dancers of the horah.’

 

 

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