Coquille Small Vase - Platinum

Coquille Small Vase - Platinum

€ 588,00

Inspired by the charming beauty of seashells, comes the Coquille vase, showcasing the delicate detailing of shells, with a contemporary flair. Crafted in the finest porcelain and hand painted in a stunning matt platinum finish, this vase will add a touch of elegance to your décor. Make a striking statement feature by combining with vases from the collection to enhance the look.

Collection : Coquille
Elegant vintage pattern of overlapping shells in art deco style
Collection designed by Elena Trevisan
An exquisite statement collection
Material: handmade porcelain
Matt Platinum finish
Dimensions: H20 x Ø20 cm
Handmade in Italy

SKU: 0007447-664
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Elena Trevisan
Elena Trevisan

Elena Trevisan (born in Bassano del Grappa) is an Italian architect and designer living and working in Venice. Shapes, creativity and fabrics have always been part of Elena Trevisan's life. She grew up in an artistic environment with a talented grandmother, the artist in the family, that used to involve her in everything related to the decoration of the house. Even as a child, Elena's favourite game was to take off and reinsert rattan from a Franco Albini chair. Starting very young to choose wallpapers, paint carpets, and develop a very close relationship with textile materials, it was no surprise that Elena decided to study architecture. She attended the IUAV University in Venice, where she earned a PhD in Architectural Composition in 2015, a BA in architecture and an MA in landscape architecture. As an architect, Elena Trevisan worked with prestigious international studios, focusing on architecture and landscape architecture, including the Landscape Architecture firm PROAP in Lisbon. From 2011 to 2015, she collaborated with the Imago rerum research group at the University Iuav of Venice. In Venice began her career as a designer too, when in 2013, she had the chance to experiment with glass geometries at the Venini historic furnace. In 2016 she opened her own design studio. Elena Trevisan has received many international prizes, including the Red Dot Design Award and 'A Design Award.

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