Rimadesio surfaces at the focus of Nicolas Polli's photo shooting

  •  grafite spazzolato, marmo nero marquinia, vetro specchio grigio, rovere nero
    grafite spazzolato, marmo nero marquinia, vetro specchio grigio, rovere nero
  •  peltro spazzolato, marmo calacatta, vetro rete inox, rovere grigio melaminico
    peltro spazzolato, marmo calacatta, vetro rete inox, rovere grigio melaminico
  •  bronzo spazzolato, marmo emperador, vetro rete bronzo, vetro moro lucido, cuoio rigenerato castoro
    bronzo spazzolato, marmo emperador, vetro rete bronzo, vetro moro lucido, cuoio rigenerato castoro
  •  palladio, marmo calacatta, vetro maglia gold, vetro tufo opaco, noce
    palladio, marmo calacatta, vetro maglia gold, vetro tufo opaco, noce
  •  piombo spazzolato, vetro blu oceano lucido, vetro trasparente grigio, cuoio rigenerato argilla, rovere grigio melaminico
    piombo spazzolato, vetro blu oceano lucido, vetro trasparente grigio, cuoio rigenerato argilla, rovere grigio melaminico
  •  rame spazzolato, marmo rosso lepanto, vetro rete inox, vetro amaranto lucido, rovere termotrattato
    rame spazzolato, marmo rosso lepanto, vetro rete inox, vetro amaranto lucido, rovere termotrattato
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Every year Rimadesio asks a different photographer to interpret the exclusive surfaces of its collection and it shows the results within the catalogue Stories and Matters. After Santi Caleca for 2016, this year was selected Nicolas Polli, young Swiss photographer and graphic designer. The making of his pictures  is based on the concept of photo shooting as an unreal action, sorted by the assembly of multiple shots and the choice of unusual perspectives. For Rimadesio, Nicolas works on the perspective estrangement effect and the objects are floating without reference points in an undefined black space. Lightings improve the dynamism of shapes and enhance the finishing of each element.

tag: 2017; materials.