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Kintsugi Restoration Milan

The idea for this collection was born when, while visiting a supplier, I noticed some bisque pieces thrown away in a corner of the workshop. The elderly owner of the atelier, being a man of a lifetime with a passion for the vegetable garden and a beautiful wood stove in the kitchen, every time he splits olive wood and finds a beautiful shape, he imprints it in a mold because he wants to remember and fix this wonder in time.

The shapes of nature are always poetry and, at the same time, unique. The theme of nature is strongly felt in Japan, also because kami, in traditional religion, are present in many elements such as rivers, woods, mountains and each of them is associated with a concept. In Shinto, nature is not inert, but has a soul.

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