Italian design retailer Artemest tapped its impressive list of artisans from across the country to develop new pieces to be unveiled in unison in Milan.


Art directed by Milanese architecture firm Ciarmoli Queda Studio, the project tasked each artist with using water in some facet of the design process.

From the Feng room divider by Gebrüder Thonet Vienna to the Cloud N.1 lamp by Biancodichina, it is clear that the concept of water can take on a fresh meaning in the hands of a talented artist.


Artemest was founded in 2015 by Marco Credendino and Ippolita Rostagno with the aim of celebrating and sustaining Italian craftsmanship. It is a leading online marketplace for contemporary luxury design products and the largest network of Italian high-end artisans and small luxury brands. The platform provides a carefully curated collection in the quest to support highly skilled producers to adapt to the new digital economy, giving international visibility to some of the best products in the world. In order to successfully accomplish this objective, it has set up a full-service one-of-a-kind offer, of which is the showcase.

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