Describing the design details, Andrisani said, “the intentional smudges and brush strokes seen throughout the collection are intended to give each piece a hand-crafted quality like the coveted pottery produced in Vietri Sul Mare, a town near Salerno, Italy.”
Simple designs are often the hardest to get right. The Striato pattern has an easy, relaxed manner with clean stripes that have an all-purpose appeal.
With accents in gold (and microwave safe), the series appears ready for company. The Colorblock teapot is a cool update on a classic shape.
Acuto gives us a little geometric swagger with a dinner plate and accent plate that look great undressed.
The Triangoli bowl brings some of those Italian pottery references into view. While the style is contemporary, the hand-treated effect stays close to the designer’s culture.
Designer and architect Luca Andrisani