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KOSE Milano handpainted ceramics Made in Italy
KOSE collection was created to rediscover the charm of old crafts in the third millennium which is strongly influenced by technology and by homologation.
Its lines are pure and essential.
KOSE collection is entirely and exclusively produced in Italy.
This makes their items unique, because they are entirely manufactured by hand, according to ancient techniques, and because they are meant for those
who purchase following precise and personal emotions of the soul.
KOSE Milano handpainted ceramics Made in Italy
The designer: Rosaria Rattin
Studying architecture in Venice, Rosaria Rattin moves away from rationalistic design constraints and starts attending Marie Ruckié’s fashion courses in Paris.
Since then, Rosaria has dedicated herself to fashion. After several years of experience in the major fashion companies, she starts designing objects with her naturalistic and ethereal philosophy.
KOSE Milano handpainted ceramics Made in Italy
That is when “KOSE” collection was created to rediscover ancient artisanal handcrafting in a very technological age.
The KOSE objects are pure, both in shapes and materials: fine clay, wood and gauze.
KOSE Milano handpainted ceramics Made in ItalyKOSE is a spontaneous return to the designer’s origin, following the courses and the recurrencies of life without any constraint and imposition: KOSE represents the pure product of the designer’s creativity.
Nowadays Rosaria Rattin still works for fashion and interior design drawing from both experiences the inspirations for her unceasingly growing stylistic evolution and for her concept of elegance. (http://kosemilano.com)

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