From 19th to 22nd September Florim took part in I-Made, the first exhibition dedicated to Italian design held in conjunction with the London Design Festival.
The four-day exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery of contemporary art explored the most eye-catching, functional, and innovative projects by prestigious Italian design brands under the supervision of architect, Giulio Cappellini.
The focal point of Florim’s exhibition space was the Studios range by Casa Dolce Casa – Casamood. It was presented in the form of a conceptual installation depicting little urban landscapes. The delicate graphic motifs of this range were highlighted by Cappellini with two different architectural volumes, two sculpted monoliths that echo the strength and naturalness of the ceramic material.
The exhibition, comprising 13 galleries distributed on three floors of the Saatchi Gallery and the presence of fifty companies, was accompanied by a satellite exhibition and a series of design talks hosted by Italian architects and designers.
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