Frattali Centerpiece

The growth of branches, the design of a snow crystal, the path of a river. In nature, organisms and matter follow invisible rules, irregular geometries that, when repeated on different scales, create living figures. "Frattali" is a family of ceramic vases, bowls and plates inspired by fractal structures. Each element is characterized by a handmade incision that reiterates along the surface of the object, constituting the path in which the copper oxide or the crystalline naturally branches out, creating random and harmonious geometries. The meteria is distributed along the incisions in the clay, flowing uncontrollably and unpredictably. Each object carries with it the sign of its passage, the living memory of the different behavior of the material. Frattali is a collection developed for Atipico, a series of engraved and decorated ceramics that represents a meeting point between a unique piece made by hand and serial production.

Length = 0.00; Width = 0.00; Height = 5.00 cm;
Weight: 3.00 kg;

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Price: £92.00

Shipping to: United Kingdom £11.00
Delivery 7-14 Days

Product Code: 5560

Faberhama, Atipico Designer

About Faberhama, Atipico Designer


Furniture and Decor

Atipico were founded in 2012 by a team of forward thinking visionary world acclaimed Italian designers who have taken traditional home objects and pushed the boundaries of design to create functional pieces with unique Italian design. Atipico’s ethos is always to be different, unique & alternative while maintaining the aesthetic beauty of traditional Italian design. The Atipico collections show a blend of originality and unique materials, using a wide variety of woods, cement, iron, glass & textiles. Atipico’s family of Italian celebrated designers collaborate and  exchange their visions of design within each collection, to create new creations with a real unique Italian feel.This was designed and created by Faberhama.


Faberhama represents the enriching and intense collaboration between Paola Amabile (1985) and Alberto Fabbian (1981), Italian designers based in Amsterdam,The Netherlands. They share their interest in creating projects as containers of knowledge through a continuous dialogue with different identities holding human, cultural and territorial values. They identify their role as responsible explorers by investigating new connections among actors, processes and knowledges, between tradition and innovation.Their purpose is to create positive impacts by transferring contents that can be shared in several forms,whether they be objects,situations or food for thought.