"Pig on the wings" has a very simple design, the inspiration for its shape can be found in the "traccia table" by Meret Oppenheim.
The challenge facing this project was to reduce manufacturing processes; to build an evocative and high quality item using few simple making steps.

This porcelain vases collection is a
research on aesthetic of industrial archeology. These vases draw attention to the cultural dimension of industrial architecture, highlighting the need for preservation of these buildings. The collection is a tribute to the work of two internationally renowned artists:
Bernd and Hilla Becher.

Rotational moulded polyethylene vase with ample, sinous shapes reminiscent of the stylised figure of a tulip. Combined with the Boyo vase, it may be placed to create great emotional impact in the environment, evoking a meadow of oversized flowers.

Capacious totem vase reminiscent of the stylised figure of a natural element, such as a flower. Combined with Harbo vase, it may be placed to create great emotional impact in the environment, evoking a meadow of oversized flowers.

A collection of furniture came from a research on american design of the 1950s. These furnitures want to be an homage to Edward D. Wood, and his way of thinking. Edward Wood was an american director,is considered one of the fathers of B-movies, after his death he was awarded as Worst Director of All Time. All the names of the pieces are taken by characters of Wood's movies.