Tuttora design by Chioccioline Lab is a compartment whose function ranges from the Office of the kitchen, which acts as a pen holder but also by cutlery tray and napkin holder on the dining table, ideal on the dining table. The Chioccioline are objects of everyday use, the time it scans their use and the name exalts their function. Chioccioline Lab is the eco-design.
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Tuttora design by Chioccioline Lab is a compartment whose function ranges from the Office of the kitchen, which acts as a pen holder but also by cutlery tray and napkin holder on the dining table, ideal on the dining table. The Chioccioline are objects of everyday use, the time it scans their use and the name exalts their function. The eco-design that also saves your space. The products by Chioccioline Lab are furniture and furnishings. The name and logo represents a snail (chiocciolina, in italian). The first product in fact, created in 2011, represented a stylized spiral. Over time Chiocciline Lab has maintained this shape in all its products. That's why the brand's name is Chioccioline (snails). They are functional accessories useful in different spaces, from the house to several rooms for different uses (offices, shops, restaurants, bars ...). Each Chiocciolina is made with high quality wood, obtained from waste raw material, and then hand worked. the result is a range of original products, each one with its own features and different functions. Chioccioline Lab offers also another line of home accessories and furniture with a different not descriptive design. All Chioccioline Lab's products are available in various colors.
In a dry period where the crisis also affects the most passionate and active minds, Chioccioline Lab's idea is to create some products using the waste material from wood processing, a high quality raw material. That's why we talk of eco-design!
Salvatore Nasonte is a carpenter for 20 years. In the teens he approached the old workshops of carpentry. His passion for woodworking and his need to respond to this love for craft, led him to conclude his studies with a high school diploma in order to devote himself to work and creation. In 2001 he met the artist Rosangela Leotta, becoming partners in life and, ten years later, in the workplace.
Rosangela Leotta is an artist with a deep passion for design and creative handicraft. She graduated in Painting with honors from the Academy of Fine Arts in Palermo.
|Designer||Salvatore Nasonte & Rosangela Leotta|