Bitossi ceramiche online dating

Designers from all over the world sold their wares through Raymor, which began as a collaboration between the Richards-Morganthou (where the RAY-MOR name came from) company and famed American industrial designer Russel Wright as a means to distribute his first line of dinnerware: American Modern.

That line was such a success Raymor went on to add other designers to their roster: Ben Seibel, Michael Lax, Arthur Umanoff, Richard Galef, Aldo Londi, Marcello Fantoni, and dozens (if not hundreds) of others.

Born in the UK in 1984, Benjamin Hubert studied Industrial Design and Technology at Loughborough University and graduated in 2006.

In 2007 he founded in London Benjamin Hubert Studio.

The identity of Bitossi Ceramiche starts from the beginning of 1900’s and develops upon a productive ceramic tradition that existed in Montelupo Fiorentino starting from 1500.

The Bitossi family business produces artistic ceramics, at least since 1871.

Benjamin Hubert has received international critical and media acclaim and has been exhibited internationally.

The studio works on a diverse range of projects including both mass/batch produced consumer products and limited edition / one off’s.

These find expression in the artisanal vases and animal figures by the firm’s longtime art director Aldo Londi, as well as the colorful, totemic vessels designed by the high priest of postmodernism, Ettore Sottsass.

The company was incorporated by Guido Bitossi in 1921, though the family began making art pottery in the mid-19th century.

Rimini Blu was designed by Aldo Londi, the art director at Bitossi, and beside the tell-tale blue-green faience glaze was embossed with a series of shapes: circles with hatch marks through them, series of parallel lines, etc.

I’ve never seen a marked piece of Rimini Blu without the circle with the # sign embossed in it.

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