Fe­de­ri­ca Bia­si 1989

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Fe­de­ri­ca Bia­si col­ti­va una per­so­na­le at­ti­tu­di­ne per il mondo dei ma­te­ria­li e del­le fi­ni­tu­re, esten­den­do­lo fi­no al co­lo­re. Non a ca­so è da tre an­ni con­su­len­te crea­ti­vo di Fra­tel­li Guz­zi­ni pro­prio per gli aspet­ti pro­get­tua­li cro­ma­ti­ci. For­te dell’av­via­ta art di­rec­tion con l’azien­da

Min­gar­do, spe­cia­liz­za­ta in la­vo­ra­zio­ni del me­tal­lo, al Sa­lo­ne pre­sen­ta una li­bre­ria che è in real­tà un si­ste­ma com­po­ni­bi­le: Ma­rian­ne ri­pen­sa la ti­po­lo­gia dei mo­del­li cie­lo-ter­ra de­gli an­ni Ses­san­ta, ma ri­man­da ai Tren­ta (il no­me, del re­sto, ci­ta la de­si­gner mo­der­ni­sta Ma­rian­ne Brandt) per l’uso del ve­tro e i det­ta­gli pre­zio­si d’ot­to­ne a con­tra­sto sui mon­tan­ti di fer­ro ver­ni­cia­to ne­ro. Sem­pre al Sa­lo­ne, sal­to dal me­tal­lo al mar­mo con la li­mi­ted edi­tion Da­ma per In­ci­pit: con­te­ni­to­ri ci­lin­dri­ci im­pi­la­bi­li che – tra fun­zio­ne e dé­cor – ac­com­pa­gna­no i ge­sti del­la quo­ti­dia­ni­tà, dal­la scri­va­nia al ba­gno. In­fi­ne il tes­si­le, con il tap­pe­to Om di CC-Ta­pis, di co­lo­ri na­tu­ra­li e or­na­to di fran­ge, che la de­si­gner im­ma­gi­na co­me la re­sti­tu­zio­ne dell’im­ma­gi­ne di un de­ser­to not­tur­no.

Fe­de­ri­ca Bia­si has a spe­cial ap­ti­tu­de for ma­te­rials and fi­ni­shes, whi­ch ex­tends al­so to co­lours. It is no coin­ci­den­ce that for the la­st th­ree years she has been the crea­ti­ve con­sul­tant for Fra­tel­li Guz­zi­ni, whe­re she fo­cu­ses in par­ti­cu­lar on chro­ma­tic aspec­ts of de­si­gn. Bol­ste­red by her work as art di­rec­tor for the Min­gar­do me­tal­wor­king com­pa­ny, she will pre­sent a boo­k­ca­se that is a mo­du­lar sy­stem at the Fur­ni­tu­re Fair: Ma­rian­ne re­thinks the floor-to-cei­ling mo­dels of the 1960s, but is al­so in­fluen­ced by the 1930s (the na­me is a re­fe­ren­ce to mo­der­ni­st de­si­gner Ma­rian­ne Brandt) in its use of glass and ex­qui­si­te brass de­tails con­tra­sting wi­th the black-pain­ted iron uprights. Al­so at the Fair, she will shift from me­tal to mar­ble wi­th the li­mi­ted edi­tion Da­ma for In­ci­pit: stac­ka­ble cy­lin­dri­cal con­tai­ners – func­tio­nal and de­co­ra­ti­ve – for eve­ry­day sto­ra­ge re­qui­re­men­ts any­whe­re from the ho­me of­fi­ce to the ba­th­room. And fi­nal­ly fa­brics: the Om rug for CC-Ta­pis, in na­tu­ral co­lours and wi­th a frin­ge, whi­ch the de­si­gner sees as a re­pre­sen­ta­tion of a night-ti­me de­sert.

2 1-2 Ma­rian­ne, Min­gar­do 3 So­phie, Gal­lot­ti&Ra­di­ce

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