({ "collection": {"id":"1","type":"collection","url":"sucabaruca-aureola","title":"Sucabaruca \/ Aureola ","meta_title":"","meta_description":"","designer_id":"42","collection":"2","year":"2014","sort":"4","status":"true","datetime":"2015-10-22 19:51:18","gallery":[{"id":"109","record_id":"1","image":"\/content\/collections\/1\/sucabaruca-aureola-collection-109.jpg","cropped":"false","version":"0","height":"0","width":"0","text":"","sort":"0","datetime":"2016-01-22 16:26:49"},{"id":"106","record_id":"1","image":"","cropped":"false","version":"0","height":"0","width":"0","text":"The \u201cSucabaruca\u201d coffee set is rich in cultural and formal references that come from the influences of several people involved in the project. The main cone-shaped body is reminiscent of \u201cCarmencita\u201d, the famous character created by Armando Testa in 1966 for the tv show\u201cCarosello\u201d. The patterns, engraved by hand in to the ceramic, are meant to emphasize the uniqueness of the pieces, as well as for the tray, manufactured using material such as Canadian maple wood, which always reveal new and unique patterns when carved.","sort":"1","datetime":"2016-01-22 16:25:09"},{"id":"107","record_id":"1","image":"\/content\/collections\/1\/sucabaruca-aureola-collection-107.jpg","cropped":"false","version":"0","height":"0","width":"0","text":"","sort":"2","datetime":"2016-01-22 16:26:46"},{"id":"108","record_id":"1","image":"\/content\/collections\/1\/sucabaruca-aureola-collection-108.jpg","cropped":"false","version":"0","height":"0","width":"0","text":"","sort":"3","datetime":"2016-01-22 16:26:47"},{"id":"110","record_id":"1","image":"","cropped":"false","version":"0","height":"0","width":"0","text":"Just like in a game, the set elements can be stacked and combined as desired, indulging in the different personalities offered by 3 colour palettes, from total white, inspired by the fashion designer Martin Margiela, to pastel tones, characteristic of Japanese architectures, and eventually pop colours, a tribute to the eclectic artist Jean-Paul Goude.\u201d","sort":"4","datetime":"2016-01-23 14:04:39"},{"id":"128","record_id":"1","image":"\/content\/collections\/1\/sucabaruca-aureola-collection-128.jpg","cropped":"false","version":"0","height":"0","width":"0","text":"","sort":"5","datetime":"2016-05-17 11:19:29"},{"id":"129","record_id":"1","image":"","cropped":"false","version":"0","height":"0","width":"0","text":"The Aureola Tea Set is designed by Luca Nichetto and Lera Moiseeva for Mj\u00f6lk. The prototypes had been originally presented during the Totemica exhibition at the Instituto Italiano di Cultura in Toronto, Ontario, in 2014. \n","sort":"6","datetime":"2016-05-17 11:20:32"},{"id":"126","record_id":"1","image":"\/content\/collections\/1\/sucabaruca-aureola-collection-126.jpg","cropped":"false","version":"0","height":"0","width":"0","text":"","sort":"7","datetime":"2016-05-17 11:19:25"},{"id":"125","record_id":"1","image":"\/content\/collections\/1\/sucabaruca-aureola-collection-125.jpg","cropped":"false","version":"0","height":"0","width":"0","text":"","sort":"8","datetime":"2016-05-17 11:19:21"},{"id":"130","record_id":"1","image":"","cropped":"false","version":"0","height":"0","width":"0","text":"The Aureola Tea Set has been carefully crafted by Kihara Ceramics. The finish of the set, a glossy white, showcases the traditional glaze work of the studio. Kihara, a Japanese porcelain producing company based in Arita, Japan, has been hand-crafting ceramic wares for over 400 years.The company still produces work with techniques that have remained unchanged while also incorporating new technologies to enhance the nature of the material.","sort":"9","datetime":"2016-05-17 11:21:02"},{"id":"127","record_id":"1","image":"\/content\/collections\/1\/sucabaruca-aureola-collection-127.jpg","cropped":"false","version":"0","height":"0","width":"0","text":"","sort":"10","datetime":"2016-05-17 11:19:26"},{"id":"131","record_id":"1","image":"","cropped":"false","version":"0","height":"0","width":"0","text":"The tea set was designed based on research about ancient and modern tea sharing rituals that play a significant role in the social relationships in several countries. The tea ceremony represents an important tradition in many areas of the world, and particularly in Asia, influencing numerous other cultures. By observing how tea is consumed in Russia, Luca Nichetto has noticed that the infuse is served not in cups but in small bowls without the handle and realized how this small detail gives more solemnity to the whole ritual.","sort":"11","datetime":"2016-05-17 11:21:33"}]}})