Taste for shapes essentiality and chromatic refinement; these are characterising elements of Ritagli, the new collection designed by Elisa Ossino. Rugs that arise from the combination of hand-drawn shapes, cut out and subtracted from the carpet’s material, in which the contours outline has been marked with black color to replicate the pencil’s stroke, on a chromatically uniform or multicoloured fleece. Bamboo silk and New Zealand wool yarns have been chosen for this collection which, in a completely natural way, blends playful features and extraordinary refinement.
Pile composition: 100% bamboo silk
Tecnique: Hand Knotting
Finishing: the carpets are hand washed, clipped and carved. The fringes are revolved on the backside and covered with cloth
Elisa Ossino is an architect and interior designer. Sicilian, she trained in Milan, where she studied at Polytechnic University. In 2006 he founded Elisa Ossino Studio, a structure with which he deals with residential and retail interiors, product design, set design. Her work combines geometric abstraction, monochromes, metaphysical and surrealist references, giving life to a coherent and allusive relationship between space, identified by the strong trait of his sign, light and objects. Elisa’s compositional style is inspired by the meaning of suspension, recurring in the design lightness of each intervention. In the design activity, he favors essential lines and geometries that translate into space in signs capable of giving a marked scenographic sense.