"Prada pizzo S"... laces everywhere was one choice for a recent Prada collection
"Lily Lace" chair designed by Droor Benshetrit and produced by BBB Emmebonacina, seduction and purity, already at Museum of Arts and Design in New York
Light comes through laces. Elegant when the light is off and precious when the light is on.
By Gualtiero Sacchi for Viabizzuno
"Antonietta" by Alessandra Pasetti for Pianca. Thin like a lace doilies this small metal enameled table,
sewn with a laser.
"Miss Lacy" by Philippe Starck for Driade. Retro style in stainless steel, polished by hand to make
it sparkle like a jewel. Romantic and feminine as its name.
"La Nonna" by Romolo Stanca for Nonesiste. Realized in one piece of glass with glued on decorations, evokes familiar memories.
"Siena" by Corrado Dotti is a china pattern which plays with irony and ends being
an object of refined elegance.
"Crinoline" by Patricia Urquiola for B&B Italia.Urquiola was born in Spain but graduated at Milan Polytechnic University with a thesis mentored by Achille Castiglioni. Since then she is living and working in Milan and is now one of the big names of the world of design.
The chair below shows she can be the queen of laces for her ability to design patterns of extraordinary elegance for every material she uses.
Another Post on her will follow soon.