Very young and graduated in architecture in Mendrisio (Swiss) only two years ago, Anita Morvillo engages with a collection of elements halfway between sculpture and furniture.
They could be luminous objects to illuminate a room or ethereal figures intended for museums and art galleries. All these works are made with a singular ability in the meticulous processing of metal material in filaments. Craftsmanship gives a particularly refined life to rigid textile textures. Initially designed as lamps, then as design objects they proved to be highly sculptural objects, thanks to the precise awareness and knowledge in the architectural field and to the use of structural rules belonging to the language of some skyscrapers.