Each of these objects was conceived from the idea of emphasising the contrast between sandblasted and polished concrete, so as to enhance the tactile and material quality of the former, with its rough and irregular finish. The furnishings recall the decomposition of solid geometric figures, and have been designed by Elisa to be assembled and recombined into shapes that seem to allude to the fascinating plastic presence of Brutalist aesthetics, to which the choice of a range of colours also seems to allude, giving space to neutral earth tones, of rigorous formal sobriety.
Elisa Ossino is an architect and designer. She is Sicilian, she was trained in Milan, where she studied at the Polytechnic.
In 2006 you founded Elisa Ossino Studio, a structure with which you deal with residential and retail interiors, product design, art direction and set design. Her work combines geometric abstraction, monochrome, metaphysical and surrealist references, giving life…