MOCO LOCO

Modern Contemporary Design

Menu

Pane e Vino by Alberto Fabbian and Paola Amabile

pane_e_vino_alberto_fabbian_paola_amabile.jpg

Traditional glass jugs in wicker baskets are reinterpreted and become jugs made of interwoven glass and wicker.

pane_e_vino_alberto_fabbian_paola_amabile_2b.jpg

Details: A collaboration between two Italian designers based in Amsterdam, Alberto Fabbian and Paola Amabile, Pane e Vino explores the relationship between the crafts processes of blown glass and woven wicker.

pane_e_vino_alberto_fabbian_paola_amabile_3b.jpg

The project takes inspiration from baskets and jugs of glass, traditionally associated with bread and wine, essential elements of a traditional table.

pane_e_vino_alberto_fabbian_paola_amabile_4b.jpg

“They identify their role as responsible explorers by investigating new connections among actors, processes and knowledges, between tradition and innovation. Their purpose is to create positive impacts by transferring contents that can be shared in several forms, whether they be objects, situations or food for thought.” says their design studio, Faberhama.

pane_e_vino_alberto_fabbian_paola_amabile_5b.jpg

Designed for Massimo Lunardon.

pane_e_vino_alberto_fabbian_paola_amabile_6b.jpg

+ faberhama.com

You may also like

Toh, a link between the work of designers and artisans in Mexico

Smökers is a cabin that temporarily beautifies Manhattan’s steam pipes.

Flux is a 3D-printed kinetic sculpture that plays with perceptions of reality.

Leave a Reply

Advertising directly on MOCO LOCO is quick, simple, precisely targeted and cost-effective: learn more