Meet Matilde our new intern
Matilde is an architect hailing from Milano, Italy.
Prior to joining our practice Matilde was an architectural assistant at Momentum, Copenhagen.
Matilde holds a Master’s Degree in Interior Design from Politecnico di Milano.
Since she completed her architectural studies, she tried her hands at a variety of tasks and roles in the fields of product design, sustainable design, scenography and interior design. Matilde has also a background in psychology and philosophy which is evident in her design process.
At the studio we are thrilled about Matilde’s versatility. We feel she can be a true asset for our team and we look forward to undertaking many projects with her.
Save the date! October 10th, 2017 is the last day of ceramist Valeria Polsinelli’s exhibition at the French Institute in Copenhagen.
Come and embrace her work!
The french-italian artist will be in attendance to explain her work process and secrets.
During the ‘finissage’ you will be able to buy the exhibited works (900 – 3.500 kr,-). And for the very small purses the exhibition catalog is available for a mere 130 kr,-. A limited edition of 40 copies (French or English)
Wall text mounting. A work in progress
Earthy hues and a little bit of greenery.
The opening at the French Institute in Copenhagen. Fabio Ruggirello – Director of the Italian Cultural Institute – in a conversation with the artist, Valeria Polsinelli.
The limited edition exhibition booklet (engraved nut tree, brass & paper)
Our studio was responsible for LIV RET exhibition design and the layout of all the freestanding pylons.
Opened on August 18th at Israels Plads in Copenhagen under the city’s Cooking Festival, LIV RET has now moved to Tangkrogen in Århus.
Valeria Polsinelli is a french-italian artist who has been creating ceramics for nearly thirty years. While it was in Tuscany that she produced her first pieces, it is in the outskirts of Paris that she settled down and established her atelier ‘Graines de Terre’ (Seeds of Clay), after she attended École Boulle and subsequently graduated as a designer from ENSCI.
The exhibition highlights her latest creations – unlikely anthropomorphic jars bedecked with carved out cabochon of feminine features. These have since become her signature. Switching from decorative pieces to bespoke creations for design editors, she occasionally devotes herself to more streamlined objects which are reminiscent of the Scandinavian aesthetics.
The exhibition curated by our studio opens on september 7th from 5 pm and runs through october 12th.