KOSE Milano

KOSE Milano

For its handmade porcelain designs, Kose Milano employs ancient artisanal techniques to realize pure, modern forms. Started by former fashion designer Rosaria Rattin in 1999, the company produces oversized vases, jugs, lamps, trays and bowls in unusual shapes and 20 or so different colors. Kose Milano, based in Milan, sells its line through 30 US stores.

  • I get a wonderful dark sense. We as people always think we count -that our faces represent everything about who we are - we have no concept of what as come before our own selfish life timeline or what will come after - no matter h... I get a wonderful dark sense. We as people always think we count -that our faces represent everything about who we are - we have no concept of what as come before our own selfish life timeline or what will come after - no matter how much we as a people, politicians or philosophers say our efforts are for a future. I appreciated your time guards - time is continues, relationships change and our faces are our masks - identities for society - I appreciate that in your art faces are not there and identities become irrelevant - chilling, beautiful and something I would love to think will exist 200 years from now. http://kielnhofer.com http://timeguards.com http://kielnhofer.at http://fotopark.at http://artpark.at http://contemporary-art.at http://lightart-biennale.com

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  • This is a new twist.. A total , got to have item.... Purple too.....

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