Designer: Studio O’Sullivan (Belgium)
Six vitreous enamelled nesting bowls or sobre, serene and playful centrepiece
ø 21 -43 x 3,7 – 4,5 cm
ed. 20 for Spazio Nobile, numbered and stamped
Studio O’Sullivan & Émaillerie Belge meet Formosa
Enamel is glass and not paint. It’s a technique that dates back to Antiquity and has been used ever since. Within Formosa: A New Layer Taiwan meets Yii, Spazio Nobile invites Studio O’Sullivan and Émaillerie Belge founded in 1923 and pioneer in Europe of the vitreous enamel to this unconventional dialogue. Made in Belgium, Ema B. celebrates Émaillerie Belge’s know how and the innovative process of enamelling everyday objects and vessels in the context of modern and contemporary applied arts. Ema B.’s layered bowls can be used as one sees t, separated or stacked, each time revealing a new colour palette. When enamel becomes the new lacquer.