Lineasette is a historic ceramic workshop located in Marostica, near Vicenza, founded in 1977 by two innovative craftsmen, Giuseppe Bucco and Flavio Cavalli. Over the last 40 years, their great team of project designers and artisans conceived and created porcelain stoneware sculptures. This ceramic material, very robust and water resistant, gives each creation an aura of elegance and refinement: all of the home décors, religious artworks, decorative and functional objects are entirely handmade following traditional ceramic making techniques, and are all conceived by the designers working at Lineasette. Each product is a combination of heart, mind and handiwork, as well as great attention to detail and quality. Lineasette strives to provide its clients with timelessly beautiful and functional creations, which can make ordinary life feel more inspiring and harmonious.
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Lineasette’s “line”, forgive my repetition, is clean, sinuous and elegant, easily distinguishable on the contemporary design market for its ...
Lineasette’s “line”, forgive my repetition, is clean, sinuous and elegant, easily distinguishable on the contemporary design market for its neat details and slender shapes. Over the years they collaborated with various designers, who skilfully maintained the company’s coordinated image while also reinterpreting it in their style and invariably preserving the use of the founding members’ material of choice: stoneware. Although they use plaster casts and slip casting, the production is still fully hand processed, all the way to the finishing touch: a thin slurry layer applied with an airbrush, which gives the surface its porous feel. Now the company is managed by the second generation and, thanks to Emanuele’s re-launch, has reaffirmed itself in the international market, also thanks to the collaboration with young designer Laura Pelosio.