MARSILI

MARSILI IS A MODULAR CENTERPIECE MADE OF THREE DIFFERENT GLASS AND POTTERY MODULES, INSPIRED BY MARSILI, THE LARGE UNDERSEA VOLCANO IN THE THYRRenian SEA.

 

Mount Marsili belongs to the Aeolian Islands Volcanic arc. Being 70 kilometers long and 30 kilometers wide (covering a 2100 square km area), it is the largest active volcano of the chain. It was discovered during the 1920s and named after Italian geologist Luigi Ferdinando Marsili. 
True to CDT narrative philosophy, Marsili is presented step by step in different phases, linking the project to the two dimensions of public space (landscape and nature) and private space (home and domesticity). The first phase of the project took place in summer 2016 during Volcano Extravaganza. In Stromboli Marsili#1 was launched along with a special one-week radio project curated in collaboration with Cecilia Dossan and Painè Cuadrelli.

MARSILI

MARSILI IS A MODULAR CENTERPIECE MADE OF THREE DIFFERENT GLASS AND POTTERY MODULES, INSPIRED BY MARSILI, THE LARGE UNDERSEA VOLCANO IN THE THYRRenian SEA.

 

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MARSILI

Table center piece
Three glass and pottery modules


01

CDT Marsili IKEBANA

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Hand crafted glass and pottery

BASE ø 13 cm
HIGH 21 cm
02

Marsili total 01

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Ceramic pink shade base

BASE ø 13 cm
HIGH 6 cm
TOP ø 9 cm
03

CDT Marsili base 01

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Ceramic middle pink module

BASE ø 10 cm
HIGH 6.5 cm
TOP ø 4 cm

04

CDT Marsili middle 01

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Ceramic modules views
05

CDT Marsili composition 01

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Hand crafted glass top

BASE ø 4 cm
HIGH 9.5 cm
TOP ø 2 cm
06

CDT Marsili top 01