A meaningful collection thanks to its unique manufacture and finishing
A crossroad of lines draws shapes that change from every perspective of the observer
"A strong cultural background and the passion for art are both the core of this collection" - said Giovanni Luca Ferreri, architect and designer.
"Each collection that I designed shows deep roots into the art world. For K. Collection, I took inspiration from "Arte Informale" movement and its way to artistically treat surfaces. In these surfaces, there is a continuous search for abstraction and shape".
Handmade luxury sideboard
Artistic spotted effect on mirror finish glass
All supporting structures of “K.” Collection have been designed by joining points in space.
These structures define clear and three-dimensional geometries, in contrast with the spotted texture of the flat surface of each piece.
Metal frames serve as pure structural support of the “lunar” surfaces, which play the main character in this collection.
"This collection has been developed in opposition of mere design themes. Art is the reference point, which constantly brings personal expression into interiors. Expressiveness is combined with both formal and functional aspects typical of furniture and design accessories".
K. Collection shows how a flat bolster becomes an opportunity for experimenting and creating many new objectsGiovanni Luca Ferreri
Structure made of oak wood with black matte finish.
Metal structure with black matte finish.
Three doors with push-pull opening.
Top, doors and sides made of glass with medium antique mirrored finish and partially transparent according to a spotted artistic motif.
Inside made of oak wood with black matte finish with LED lights.
One adjustable glass shelf on each compartment.
When glass looks like the lunar surface
Inspiration came from astral charts
Giovanni Luca Ferreri tells all about his K. Collection
"Manipulating the glass surface by corroding its mirrored finishing is a handmade process that can partially be controlled by manual skill. Each drop of salty solution that ruins the thin layer of mirrored finishing is actually a surprise.
The glass reacts differently every time, according to the time gap between the moment when each drop of salty solution touches the surface and when it dries.
This results in a uniquely different, corrosion of the mirrored surface every time. Timing is the key factor in this handmade process".
Architect and Designer
Giovanni Luca Ferreri
Giovanni Luca Ferreri was born in Monza in 1970.
In 1998 he graduated in Architecture at the Polytechnic of Milan and in 2003 earned the title of PhD in Architectural Composition at the University of Architecture of Venice. Since the first training and professional experience he dealed with art, applied art and decoration. Since 2004 he has been teaching Composition and Urban Design at the Faculty of Architecture - Bovisa of the Politecnico di Milano.
He has an office in Milan and an important part of his work involves the design and fitting of private houses.