Ludovica & Roberto Palomba designed Ritual Table for Foscarini
The shooting stars of the Italian layout scene, the developers and architects, Ludovica+Roberto Palomba, have made an international name for themselves. Ludovica+Roberto Palomba are well known for their non-traditional bathroom, kitchen area and living area layout; the couple have actually fired to prestige in the Italian layout setting via their work for brand names such as Moroso, Poltrona Frau, Cappelini and Boffi. However, they likewise design for architectural tasks, make sets for phase and display and strategy exhibitions. Their uncommon styles result from the mix of their feel for style, way of life and commercial things. Ludovica Serafini and Roberto Palomba examined architecture at Rome University. They have interacted as companions given that 1994 and are co-founders of the firm Palomba Serafini Associati (ps+a). The business is based in a workshop in Milan.Foscarini Rituals Table In different yet corresponding shapes, volumes of blown and frosted glass, reduced by a collection of horizontal lines of differing thickness that are organized in a purposefully casual way, filter and modulate the intensity of illumination with an unique chiaroscuro effect.The verse and the lightness of Rituals treading in between the East and West, its rarefaction and materiality attract their inspiration from typical Oriental torches, bringing a precious and suffused light to a variety of setups.The refined illumination result stressed by the delicately circular shape and by the indications of glass grinding complying with an unique process, recollects an ancient artisanal developments. The miracle of rice paper and mulberry plant bark, the raw materials of the routine torches, is re-interpreted by Ludovica + Roberto Palomba and apparent in the comprehensive body of the glass chosen, which keeps its decorative value even when the light is turned off.In the table variations, the volume of Rituals shows up almost as if it were drifting in mid-air, suspended on metal feet that emphasize the lightweight of the forms. Both table and suspension versions are best for use independently or in an unified make-up of the 3 distinct shapes. In the suspension version, the use of a numerous ceiling flange allows the production of a composition of between 3 and nine lights in order to develop a cloud of light.Zanotta LamaThe lama lounge chair manufactureded by ludovica and roberto palomba for zanotta in 2006. Sleek and smooth, lama's has a original and really striking look. one of the more useful elements of its layout is, when a physical body is in a reclined position, both the head and feet are raised. Lama is made from a graphite tinted varnished steel frame assisting polyurethane upholstery with flexible strips suspension and a non-removable interior nylon cover. the detachable external cover is available in different fabrics, natural leathers or cowhide in a wide range of colors. Spare covers are available for the chair in case of unexpected damage to originals or order various shades and materials for varietyS or occasional change in decor.Ole ChairSide chair in oak plywood, Ole is defined by a series of drill of various kinds and dimensions. A project of design, where the voids created by the milling are aimed to lighten the general solidity, besides boosting the aesthetical influence. Engineered to the limits of product stress, in the most effective Crassevig custom, it is ensured for convenience and toughness. Not a simple aesthetical game, however a pleased meeting between eclecticism and feature.