Paolo Giordano

Marsala Brown Chandigarh II Vase


Marsala Brown Chandigarh II Vase - Paolo Giordano


Chandigarh is a collection of vases inspired by the homonym city designed by Le Corbusier, who imagined and created it from nothing in India. The vases are made of exposed concrete, colored with oxides that give the material pastel and chalky tones, each shade can mark the thicknesses emphasizing the contours. These small architectures can be used as vases, but also left bare as they are. Simple signs like an imaginary alphabet. Evocative structures revealing a world of improbable geometries.

Product Reference: PAGIMI-050


• Material: Cement
• Dimensions (in): W 12.60 x D 9.45 x H 7.87
• Dimensions (cm): W 32 x D 24 x H 20
• Handmade In Italy


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Paolo Giordano

Lombardy, Italy

Born in Naples in 1954, Paolo studied architecture at the Politecnico in Milan, where he now lives and works. After a career as a photographer, he traveled to India in 1993 and lived there till 1999, founding I+I, a co…

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