The "OBJECTS" of Marzia Boaglio
Precise signs and essential colors enliven the surfaces, moving from the most elementary gesture of dividing and separating spaces, which finds its foundation in Fontana's ancient "cut", to the complexity of a multi-dimensional spatialism, an ideal suggestion of a hypothesized hyperspace.
Brimming with rustic appeal, this wooden panel's geometric harmony blends effortlessly into both modern or traditional interiors. Sculptural and dynamic, the panel is defined by a custom house number detailing interwoven in geometric inlays.
The richness of the inlays is achieved by combining white maple, oak, mahogany, walnut, and wengè woods for a warm touch.
Entirely customizable, this piece can be rendered in futuristic and Art Deco styles with glossy or opaque (recommended) finishes, please contact the Concierge for details. This piece will make a lovely housewarming present.
Turin, the first capital of Italy, a Roman city with its parallel and regular streets.
A rich beautiful city like its past which is an inspiration for artists and writers, the city of Turin is where the Futurism art movement has left its imprint strong.
The many squares celebrate Italianness, the most beautiful for me is Piazza Vittorio, the largest “porticata” square in Europe, inspiration for the Look of The Games in TORINO 2006, Olympic Winter Games...