The latest edition of the FT How To Spend It features an interview with Isabelle Dubern and Anna Zaoui – founders of The Invisible Collection- in conversation with the talented Osanna Visconti.
The four-page spread shows Osanna’s foundry where her beautiful designs are produced.
Osanna Visconti calls herself an artisan with a designer’s soul. Indeed, one can sense the love for artisanship and the careful design defining the beautiful jewelry and furniture that she creates. Born in Rome, in a very artistic environment, Osanna grew up surrounded by artworks created for her mother by Lucio Fontana, Mario Ceroli and Arnaldo Pomodoro. When she married Giangaleazzo Visconti – descendant of one of the oldest Italian aristocratic families- she moved to Milan, into another otherworldly home, filled with priceless antiques and art.
Tapping into her wonderful childhood memories, she creates unique pieces in bronze: “I started with jewelry, but then I decided to make jewels for the home”. From small objects like elegant cutlery and table lamps to some beautiful tables and benches, every piece is a tribute to nature and delicate femininity.
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