Fuori Salone 2022, Palazzo bagatti Valsecchi Milan

Another Milano Design Week has ended and we would like to thank everybody came to meet us in our space at palazzo Bagatti Valsecchi, and everybody whish to come and wasn’t able to.
We had the chance to showcase our projects in the magnificent setting of an ancient Milan palace, normally closed and ecpecially opened for Fuori Salone.

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We were happy to share with you our projects, showing you the results of all our efforts.

Some ideas slowly becoming reality.

After two years of stop, it was really amazing meet so many people from Italy, MIlan and also from abroad.

We Brought with us our roots our starting point, Casarialto glass collection, in a evocative and “from nature inspired” installation


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We presented Casarialto Atelier project of co-creations that combines creativity and savoir faire in a series of exclusive pieces. We collaborate challenging and encouraging artisans to create something completely new and unique, objects they have never made before.

The result is 7 different projects, with 7 differents artisans.
Breath generation with Tornasole Lamp – A project for monitoring, analysis and data processing of air quality. Air pollution is a real problem that can no longer be ignored. The first step has to arise from the awareness of the individual. This need has given birth to Tornasole, an instrument that not only analyzes the air and its components, but is also an aesthetic and decorative object handcrafted from Murano glass.


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Cotisso by Martino Signoretto – Murano vases created using the glass waste of precedent production. Murano glass block, pure and monochromatic, obtained by breaking the crucible at the end of the process of manufacturing the glass of a particular colour. The blocks obtained through this process are then melted again in the furnace, or used in the realisation of artworks, both aesthetic and decorative.

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Golden leaf by Stefania Dei Rossi – Golden leaf wood boxes. A unique style based on the dialogue between the pencil and gold leaf, usually applied on a two-dimensional level. With Casarialto Atelier we brought her technique to a three-dimensional level by applying her drawing to wooden boxes. Entirely decorated by hand with gold leaf on the print of an original graphite drawing these wood boxes are finished with shellac. The interior is lacquered.

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Mirror trays by Giovanni Simionato- Wood trays with mirrored inlay. the perfect combination of Eastern minimalism and ultra light design, with a meticulous milling enhancing the tropic-inspired details skillfully cut by Giovanni, the artisan of Venetian glass mirrors. These tropical-themed motifs do not usually belong to the Venetian tradition, they are a modern and exotic accent introduced by Catherine to create a harmonious blend of traditions and inspirations.

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Mosaic stools by Michela Nardin MNM Venezia – Mosaic stools and side tables. Renowned in the field of glass mosaic, Michela usually creates decorative pieces rather than functional objects of decor: this is where the creative mind of Catherine Urban meets the skillful hands of a master artisan, giving shape to unique and versatile oeuvres that merge aesthetic and functionality, and tradition with innovation.

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Steel Symphony by Alessandro Baniera FDEsteel – Steel Symphony is a project combining ancient craft with contemporary design and glass. Carbon steel laminated pieces heat and cold burnished, hand worked and polished with natural bee wax protection.
As a link to our roots, always a glass piece present as a cube in the low table composition and in Mr Hulot eye.


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Wonder looms by Marta Cucchia – More than two centuries of weaving techniques are embedded in these pieces which transforms a thread of cotton into a beam of light.

19th-century jacquard looms, enriched with a jacquard band with optical fibers and lurex boasting are the trait d’union of these projects developped in co-creation with Casarialto Atelier. Fiber Optics, as thin as an angel’s hair, are tied together and connected to a LED light of 0.1 W, powered by a rechargeable USB battery.

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