BaroqEAT Plates by Salvatore Spataro
by Harry / September 29, 2014
BaroqEAT, 12 porcelain plates by Salvatore Spataro, feature an unusual pattern, the floor plans of baroque Sicilian churches.


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Details: The graphics represent "some of the most beautiful floor plans of Sicilian Baroque churches" according to designer Salvatore Spataro. A careful selection arrived at through extensive research in the library, as well as a tribute to Spataro's hometown, Noto. Produced entirely in Italy.

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"It is a self-produced design collection conceived with the purpose of reinterpreting elements and features of traditional Sicilian culture."

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Source: Photos by Alessandro Michelazzi, Samuele Castiglione.

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