Maison & Objet 2019 fair takes place twice a year in Paris – September & January), it always demonstrates big diversity of new collections of home accessories, and continues the tradition of the last five years. The themes of all the pavilions have been changed this time, reflecting the dynamics of creativity of both – fair’s organizer and companies & designers from all over the world. New trends and traditional classic decor reflects full variety of ideas in all areas of design.
I would like to introduce you Bosa new collections of ceramics, which has been creating design tableware and handmade table accessories since 1976. The constant research for Bosa, cooperation with the most promising international designers who interpret ceramics with emotional and eloquent language of images - and skill and experience have contributed to making Bosa known all over the world. The company is constantly experimenting, working with unique colors and finishes such as precious metals and enamel, based on bright colors.
The whole design of Bosa is very stylish and very laconic in its plasticity. The rhythm of each form is so verified that each image immediately impresses and hardly forgotten.
Italian ceramics company Bosa presented the new collection Bossanova, designed by Pepa Reverter. Spanish designer Pepa Reverter creates a kind and beautiful world of ceramic forms...
She has worked in many fields as a visual artist, Illustrator, designer, ceramist, teacher, photographer, video cameraman. Among her professional positions - work at TV3, illustrations for the International Herald Tribune, ceramic design for Bosa, design for BD Barcelona and others. Her works create an emotional mood, evoking certain experiences through form and color...
Beautifully built to the rhythm ceramic vases carry a new architectonics... As if you are immersed into your thoughts and it is pleasant to wander from one form to another. Despite its graphic, vases convey the image of tenderness and lightness.
The Pera Reverter’s collection contrasts with Jaime Hayon's TheatreHayon collection. The famous Spanish designer uses overlapping geometric modules in the design. They are like small tribal totems, playing with a kaleidoscope of colors or a black-and-white contrast of patterns and decorations.