Frammenti: a one-of-a-kind vase born from a passion for sustainable design
Studio X introduces Frammenti with a commitment rooted in reducing waste, creative reuse and promoting an eco-friendly product
An eclectic product born from an innate passion for sustainable design – Studio X presented their refreshingly new Venere vase Frammenti at EDIT Napoli 2023.
The intriguing story of Studio X unfolded in Milan and it all stemmed from the idea of two designers with the desire to craft resin objects entirely modeled by hand. Featuring a team of visionaries, artists and designers – they design, model and create each and every object with their own hands.
Matter, fluidity and movement are their main traits, “we take matter into the future by innovating its conceptions and use. Through thoughtful design and study of materials, life is breathed into new forms and new objects at the forefront, harmoniously weaving art and design together!” shares Studio X.
The uniqueness of the products therefore becomes the key factor to all of the studio’s projects.
At first, their artisanal production chain, involved in the making of resin vases and objects, often produces waste or products that do not reach the rigorous quality standards they have set themselves.
However, instead of considering them waste, they seamlessly transform them into something beautifully functional.
“Frammenti takes its name from the resin granules that we obtain through a plastic shredder built by us. These fragments – originally waste – have become the heart of a new concept of beauty and sustainability!” they add.
The result is a sustainable and high quality Venere Frammenti vase, ready to enter the market as an object from waste.
Additionally, this alluring product further effortlessly represents their commitment to reducing waste, creative reuse and promoting environmentally friendly design.
“We were exceedingly excited to share this story of transformation and innovation at EDIT Napoli – Frammenti is much more than a vase, it is a symbol of our commitment towards a more sustainable future. It was an honor to exhibit our objects in the ‘Sala dei catasti’ of the national archive of Naples, creating a contrast between our pop colors and the magnificent historical paintings!” concludes Studio X.