All Lineasette creations are the result of in-depth and passionate research of the ceramic technique and of contemporary design. Each object is a small sculpture by pure and essential features, as modeled by the natural elements. For Flavio Cavalli and Giuseppe Bucco, each creation must meet the basic requirements: harmony, balance, joy, freedom movement. The form must be free and harmonious, rough or smooth, matte or glossy; It must be formed, confused, surprising. Each object is taken care of personally by its creators who follow the various stages of processing, from design to final product, thus ensuring the artisan quality of the work.
Born in Marostica, Vicenza, Italy. Giuseppe Bucco is the owner and company associate of Lineasette. He holds art diploma from the Art Institute of Nove, Vicenza. It is easy to recognize his touch on the Lineasette collections. The sinuous lines and the ability of conveying emotions and shape dynamism are the emblematical traits of his work. With every creation, he aspires to communicate his passion for life, harmony and freedom beyond limits.
Born in Marostica, Vicenza, Italy. Flavio Cavalli is the owner and company associate of Lineasette. He holds art diploma from the Art Institute of Nove, Vicenza.â€śI was 16 years old, and I had been working in a ceramic laboratory for some months, when I realized that I would have been doing that job even without a salaryâ€¦â€ť.
Born in Marostica, Vicenza, Italy. He develops his creativity through the study and analysis of the relationship between nature, geometry and movement. Analysis and synthesis are the guidelines of his design research in the attempt of conveying timeless emotions.
Laura Bethan Wood
Bethan Laura Wood graduated with an MA in Product Design from the Royal College of Art, London. Since 2009, Bethan has undertaken residencies with Londonâ€™s Design Museum and W Hotel Mexico city. Bethan regularly holds lessons and conferences. She is currently one of the teachers of the Master of Advanced Studies Design for Luxury and Craftsmanship at ECAL, Lausanne, Switzerland.Bethan is fascinated by the connections we make with the objects that surround us and, as a collector herself, likes to explore what drives people to hold onto a particular object yet discard another.
Giuseppe Bucco and Flavio Cavalli graduated 1975 from Art Institute for Ceramics in Nove and founded Marostica Lineasette in 1977 starting with a laboratory for research and experimentation. From the beginning both founderâ€™s intention is to identifying new stylistic forms and new production techniques that complement and enrich the tradition of their area and another is the distinctive element of their identity art and craft.
Porcelain tiles, ceramic with extraordinary physical qualities of hardness and greater water resistance was chosen as the material for the production of vessels, trays, bottles, figures of men and animals ware designed with the artistic contribution.