Set de 2 tasses à cappuccino avec sous-tasses
Rondeur, épaisseur, couleurs lumineuses et transparence sont tant d’éléments qui mettent en valeur la matière plastique des tasses à cappuccino Gocce. Le corps de la tasse est réalisé en porcelaine blanche. L’anse quant à elle est en acrylique bicolore.
Designer: Angeletti Ruzza
Designer Angeletti Ruzza
Silvana Angeletti was born in Rieti in 1969, Daniele Ruzza was born in Rome in 1967. After receiving their degrees in Industrial Design from I.S.I.A. in Rome, they opened their design studio: Angeletti Ruzza design. They have participated in numerous competitions, winning both awards and acknoledgments. They collaborate with Italian companies such as: TEUCO, FLAMINIA, AZZURRA, F.LLI FANTINI, GUZZINI, COLOMBO DESIGN, IRSAP, AD HOC, SERAFINO ZANI, NEMO, POLTRONA FRAU, GEDY, R.S.V.P, GSI, GRAFF, FIAM, IGUZZINI, GEL, HOTPOINT/INDESIT, OLUCE, ALIVAR, MY HOME COLLECTION, DA A, HARSA. Among their projects of interior design is the Quinto Assio Hotel in Rieti, and Relais e Chateau Mazzetelli Villa Quinto Assio in Rieti.
This seed of innovation was made fertile by Enrico Guzzini, a man with an open mind who drew upon his experiences, including those abroad, to set about re-launching an ancient craft – producing elegant ox horn items.
Subsequently, around 1938, another generation of Guzzini started a small revolution by manufacturing household items using Plexiglas. From that time, the company’s history has been characterised by a series of decisively innovatory milestones. With the introduction of moulded acrylics at the beginning of the 1960s, Raimondo Guzzini s contemporary intuition sought to give the company a more open approach to business by importing into the Marche region the creative concepts of some of the best minds in design, starting with Luigi Massoni.
This was followed by the development of the bicolour project in the 1980s, then the leap to gas-assisted injection in the 1990s, to current research on new plastic materials and their infinite potential, usefully combining them with futuristic acrylics or more classical traditional materials, such as porcelain, glass, steel and wood. After almost a century, the main impetus behind this development (and that of all the companies within Fimag, the family s holding company) continues to come from a team of managers that share the same passion for innovation, as well as the same surname: Guzzini.