Ideal interpreters of the Contemporary line, Teorema is a collection with a strong graphic and conceptual approach, designed by Elisa Ossino. The protagonist of the project is the aim to achieve three-dimensionality, suggested by the precise combination of primary geometric figures. Counterpoints and echoes between rounds and angles, curves and straight lines create overlapping and transparency suggestions. Conceived in shades of gray and earthy colors, Teorema are made in India with wool and tencel yarns, enhanced by the hand-tufted fleece chiseled on two levels.
Pile composition: 50% wool, 50% tencel
Tecnique: Hand Tufting
Finishing: two levels pile. The carpets are hand washed, clipped and carved.
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.