Rediscovering the charm of old crafts in third millennium through artistic skills is Kose Milano. The brand based in Lombardy, Italy was created to rediscover the charm of old crafts which is strongly influenced by technology and by homologation. We will here go through the brands Deco Collection where tradition and innovation finds a common ground.
This clay vase is a piece of a progression of vases motivated by winds. Grecale is a north-eastern breeze and it is here wonderfully evoked on the hand-painted dash of dark running on a level plane on the immaculate white of the foundation. The perfect outline of the vase, with a hexagonal body laying on a little plinth base and supporting a long neck opening in a rectangular mouth, makes it a complex expansion to a cutting edge stylistic layout.
Palma abstract vase
This advanced handcrafted clay vase includes a basic outline and contemporary enrichments that were connected by hand. The vase includes a white completion with dynamic dark improvements and contacts of genuine gold leaf that light up its surface with a valuable shine of warm light. Alone or matched with different pieces from the Palma arrangement, this object is a glorious case of present day enhancement.
Pacay Medio series of vases
This exquisite vase is part of the Pacay series and features a narrow body, decorated on the side with black paint that enhances the two-dimensional illusion. The front and back panels, with their sinuous profile, are adorned with an abstract decoration that uses black, white, grey, and real gold leaf.
A brief on the Ceramist and Designer
Rosaria Rattin studied architecture in Venice and then attended Marie Ruckié’s fashion classes in Paris. After several years working for world renowned fashion companies, she started Kose, rediscovering the charm of old crafts in the third millennium. This collection is entirely made by hand according to ancient techniques and features one-of-a-kind ethereal pieces characterized by pure and essential lines and a sophisticated design.