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Crucial was the form, round, which was obsessively used by De Chirico in his works. Like, for example, eggs instead of heads.

The round has no beginning, no end - like an eternity, the universe, the energy of creation.

For the artist, everything was fluid and infinite and his interpretation of reality often had absurd connotations: the water was associated with the wooden floor because the repeated motif of the parquet "swallowed" everything, such as water.

The designs of this collection are round, voluminously designed and realized from rough, technical materials that have been coloured by the designer in different shades of grey.

Wooden spans, linen sacks, hemp, wooden wool, the wire could be transformed into stable, wearable objects.

This collection is a bold blend of design innovation and traditional techniques that emphasize environmental protection and sustainability.

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