Autum in London : leaves randomly scattered everywhere on the ground… They were so beautiful, and as they were soon going to lose their colour and die, I thought it might be nice to freeze them in time and turn each individual leaf into a wall lamp.
During her childhood in Rome, Osanna and her sister would play with pieces of art created for their mother by Lucio Fontana, Mario Ceroli and Arnaldo Pomodoro. One could say that the pieces she creates today, are inspired by those wonderful memories, or maybe, they are a result of her own femininity… or maybe both. “I made jewelry for a few years, but then I decided to make jewels for the home, with the same technique but on a larger scale”. In recent years, Osanna's attention has increasingly focused on objects and furnishings. Made by the best artisans, every creation is modeled by hand from wax, which is then fused in an art foundry. “I would define myself as an artisan because I love crafting things, and I would also define myself as being somewhat of a designer. I really like being in the foundry where the wax models are made, spending my days modeling with my hands.”