red square h.22 Giorgio Bonaguro

A collection of transparent hand-blown glass vases with powerful decorative features. The simple lines of the inferior band highlight the precious workmanship of the superior band, which recalls the luxurious aesthetics of Byzantine architecture. As inferred by the name, the collection is inspired by the ancient domes of the Cathedral of St. Basil in the Red Square, Moscow. Produced in three sizes, these vases are the ideal choice for small bouquets. Placed in sequence, they describe a refined and poetical landscape.

characteristics

Glass vase.

dimensions

Ø 13 H. 22

Ø 13 H. 22

Glass vase.

Giorgio Bonaguro
Giorgio Bonaguro

After studying mechanical engineering in Modena, Giorgio Bonaguro completed his training with a double masters in Industrial and Interior Design from the Polytechnic Design School in Milan. He has worked with various studios, such as AMDL (Michele De Lucchi) or Marco Romanelli, where he learned the process of developing a product. He continues his personal research and collaboration with other studios and companies in various fields, including furniture, industrial, interiors, packaging and light design. His clients include Driade, Valsecchi1918, La Lampe, Mint Gallery London, and Galleria Luisa Delle Piane.