A new bone china miniature vision of the Italian countryside. The stacked trays hold sweets or savories, the sculpted tree holds toothpicks, the houses are salt and pepper shakers, a figurative smokestack a flower vase, and a water tower a sauce dispenser.
Material: Bone china
Care: Dishwasher safe
Italian Landscape Table Accessories
Architect, designer, and distinguished professor Aldo Cibic assumes an experimental approach to design as his norm. His works over the past decades have been in line with the idea of a more human, less heroic form of design. Moving to Milan in 1979 he became a co-founder of the Memphis design group. In 1989, he went out on his own, founding Cibic & Partners. Cibic teaches at the Domus Academy, as part of the Industrial Design degree in the Faculty of Architecture at the Milan Polytechnic and as part of the Industrial Design degree in the Faculty of Design at the University of Architecture of Venice. Through his teaching and research, he continues to explore the important relationship between design and society.