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KREOO – The New Moon

Interviews | November 16, 2018 |

KREOO_The New Moon_Enzo BertiImage courtesy of KREOO- The New Moon Enzo Berti, Photo Editing Maria Bramasole

KREOO- The New Moon

Celestial splendors, it’s functions, affinity, enigmas, and plots are a nest of inspiration and a driving force for many people who feel a need for connections and sharing.

The moon, as one of the most enigmatic creations in our universe, has always provoked an imagination of humans, by producing a craving for expression. Shining in constant beauty, reflecting the magnificence of the sun, the moon in its constant changes is forming own gorgeousness. Glittering of his allure is reflected further through the pieces of art and design.

  

KREOO - The New Moon, Ernzo BertiImage courtesy of KREOO- The New Moon, Enzo Berti

 

Related to that, designer Enzo Berti has created pieces shaped with crumbs of his grace, that will give a glory to ordinary actions. Using natural materials, marble and wood in a combination with metals, he created flexible stool-tables whose stunning tabletops recall moon phases. Italian marble company KREOO has opened ways of observing marble as a medium for creation from one another corner, combined with daily usage. A diversity of marble tops, that could be removed, combined, attached in an unexpected bunch design, is giving a pleasure for an eye as well as a contentment to a user who is by a game of moving and combining surfaces, directly involved in design process and communication with the creator and blossom of inspiration.

 

KREOO - The New Moon, Enzo BertiImage courtesy of KREOO- The New Moon, Enzo Berti

 

Gradual constant movements of this celestial body are overtaken in marble forms, and they are seen the best when forms are grouped in a multiple stand pattern. Presented changes provoke a dialogue between tables, but an effect of transformation incites also a certain user on thinking about self-changes daily, by making a direct connection through sitting and using the lunar phases, besides awaking mystery and intrigue in daily flints of ordinal usage.

 

KREOO - The New Moon, Ernzo BertiImage courtesy of KREOO- The New Moon, Enzo Berti

 

more. www.kreoo.com

Words by: Maria Bramasole

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