Architectural Transitions by Rosanna Ceravolo

The Moored shelving system will be exhibited al Local Milan No.4 at MDW

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Architectural Transitions by Rosanna Ceravolo
29/03/2019 - Moored is a new collection by Rosanna Ceravolo inspired by a recurring silhouette observed along the Mekong waters - that of idle traditional row boats delicately tethered to tenuous timber poles along the banks of the delta, their reflections brilliant in the calm waters. This elegant visual tells of strength in fragility and of confidence in vulnerability, its overall effect invoking a state of stoic calm, grace and equilibrium. Moored by Rosanna Ceravolo

Moored by Rosanna Ceravolo

Melbourne-based architect Ceravolo's architectural work maintains a refined and detailed interior focus. Her gentle transitions between architecture, interior design and product design reveal an underlying principle that no detail is too small. Rosanna’s furniture and product work is a natural extension of her design process and is characterised by form, simplicity, composition and texture. Moored by Rosanna Ceravolo

Moored by Rosanna Ceravolo

The delicate lines of the Moored console and shelving system belie a strength, confidence and equilibrium inherent in its fine steel structure and overall composition. A game of slender shapes and alternating filled and empty spaces makes of Moored a sculptural piece that dialogues and plays with its surroundings, including its interlocutors in its ornamental program.

The collection will be presented at Salone del Mobile as part of the Local Milan No.4 exhibition curated by Local Design, showcasing Australian and New Zealand design.

LOCAL MILAN No.4
presented by LOCAL DESIGN
Via Cesare Correnti 14 in 5 Vie
April 8-14
Moored by Rosanna Ceravolo

Moored by Rosanna Ceravolo

Moored by Rosanna Ceravolo

Moored by Rosanna Ceravolo

Rosanna Ceravolo

Rosanna Ceravolo

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