Animality Calo designed by Matteo Cibic for Bosa is a ceramic sculpture enriched with colored enamels and precious metals, representing a horse-man. The Animality collection includes playful and animistic objects whose central theme is that of animality, interpreted in a literal, metaphorical, and experimental sense. Available in 2 finishes.
Matteo Cibic is an internationally renowned designer based in Italy.
It is known for its objects with hybrid functions and anthropomorphic forms.
His projects are characterized by the idea of hiding unexpected functions and materials.
A trans-media artist can be defined for the ability to use the latest generation materials through ancient techniques of representation.
Some of his objects are exhibited at international museums such as the Triennale Design Museum, Shanghai Museum of Glass, Center Pompidou Paris.
He works indiscriminately for industrial processes and small artisans to carry out special projects for international institutions and companies
like Timberlend, Starbucks, Tim, Bosa and Dodo for which he is a creative consultant.
Matteo was named International Young Talent of the Year 2017 by Elle Decor.
“Light is the magic of life.”
The ceramic objects and furnishings created in the Bosa house, in addition to expressing all the knowledge of the trade, transmit that incessant experimentation of the possibilities of ceramics which has among its objectives the transformation of formal and functional habits into new interpretations, new fantastic functions. e mondi, a mission that Italo Bosa was able to transfer to his daughters Francesca and Daniela, to his wife, and to all his collaborators. What distinguishes Bosa, making it a leading company in the field of design ceramics in Italy and in the world, is precisely having made research and innovation the strengths of the company, so as to be able to carry out almost impossible projects. due to the difficulty of the molds and the oversized ones, which highlight the particular propensity of the founder to share design adventures with designers, mostly young people from European contexts, experimenters of new languages, who have helped to define the high positioning of the Bosa brand. From the initial collaboration with Marco Zanuso Jr. and the consolidated relationship with the Palomba-Serafini studio, Bosa has established friendly professional relationships with Satyendra Pakhalé, Patricia Urquiola, Marco Morosini, Manolo Bossi, Gualtiero Sacchi, Sam Baron, Luca Nichetto and a particular feeling with Jaime Hayon, creator of many joyful universes. Equally important are the collaborations with leading companies such as Minotti, Moroso, B & B Italia, Baccarat, and customized supplies for Ferrari, Escada, DeBeers, and others.