With a diploma in Industrial Design from the Scuola Politecnica of Design of Milan, Cristina Busnelli began her activity as a weaver, initially making tapestries, designed to be reproduced in several copies, and decorated with geometric patterns: her research into three-dimensional production, at first with a uniquely “optical” nature, then becomes material. Cristina started to experiment with combining different materials and techniques; curved weaves, materials of different thicknesses, entwined motifs and smocking, enriching the experience, which from visual also became tactile. The craftswoman then extended her production to costume jewellery, clothing accessories and objects for homes and for churches. Each piece is unique, woven on a handloom and the result of a process of which Cristina follows every phase of production, starting from the choice of materials.
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