Research and experimentation, energy and dynamism: these are the distinguishing features of Incipit, a young and vibrant reality that has made as its hallmark the collaboration with young designers. Established in Spring 2013 from an idea by Roberto Hoz and Marta Bernstein, Incipit has distinguished itself through the originality of doing business.
Brett Kern‘s sculptures look like vinyl balloon dinosaurs at first glance, but they are actually ceramic, the ridges and appearance of inflated tension all deliberately put in.
Freshly renovated flat by German designer Peter Fehrentz has become his home but also his workplace. Quite sophisticated, due to the dark palette of colours, the flat exudes an “artistic, almost dramatic atmosphere, reminiscent of the Flemish Old Masters.”
Zoe Miller and David Goodman are millergoodman – a design duo from Brighton, England that specialises in products for children.
A young artist Gali Cnaani has created a series of fascinating photographs that are the result of working on her bookcase at home. She is an artist that love doing different experiments.