La Fucina di Efesto at the exhibition-event Homo Faber 2018
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La Fucina di Efesto, Homo Faber. Orchid.

La Fucina di Efesto is a Milanese metal research and experimentation Bottega, is taking part in the spectacular exhibition Homo Faber dedicated to the finest European craftsmanship scheduled from 14 to 30 September 2018 in Venice with the artwork I volti di Kosmosandalon: a gigantic orchid nearly 3 meters tall, composed of concave and convex forms, created through the expert working of mirror polished stainless steel and coated bronze.

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La Fucina di Efesto, Homo Faber. Orchid.

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La Fucina di Efesto, Homo Faber. Orchid.

Engaged in metalwork for over 20 years, La Fucina di Efesto combines arts and crafts, architecture and interior design. With a focus on exploration, founder Alessandro Rametta and designer/craftsman Andrea Capriotti are dedicated to unceasing research, and everything produced by La Fucina di Efesto examines the deep meaning of art in close relationship with the design and intuitive force of the experience.

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La Fucina di Efesto, Homo Faber. Orchid.

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