Primates Brazza Plates are part, together with Mandrillus Plates and Kandti Plates, of the Primates collection by Elena Salmistrato for Bosa, presented at Maison & Objet in 2017. The Primates collection wants to remember the delicate relationship that exists between man and the monkey. The monkey is the animal that most evokes man, in the form of the body, in looks, in movements: a power of resemblance that makes it fascinating and that has inspired the project. The dishes are surrounded by a light frame, featuring six different themes and two different sizes. The complete collection also includes the vases that encompass the soul through the details and the colorful textures, with the task of bringing this animal back to our daily environment to seduce us with its vital strength and the Masks, sculptures to hang on the wall as totem shouseholds with a strong impact.
ELENA SALMISTRATOElena Salmistraro, designer and artist of the product, lives and works in Milan.
He graduated from the Polytechnic of Milan in 2008 and with his architect Angelo Stoli founded his own studio in 2009, where he has been working on architecture and design projects since then.
He works as a product designer and artist-illustrator for leading companies in the creative sector, including Apple, Disney, Alessi, Lavazza, Bosa, Seletti, De Castelli, Cc-Tapis, Timberland, Replay, LuisaViaRoma, Yoox, LondonArt, Lithea, Bitossi Home and others. He also collaborates with prestigious art and design galleries, such as Rossana Orlandi, Dilmos, Camp Design Gallery, Subalterno1 and Secondome.