Showing all 6 results

ALMA TADEMA

155,00260,00

The Alma Tadema bouquet creates a clear and at the same time dreamy atmosphere thanks to the harmony between the dried honesty and the fresh cosmea and celosia. The astonishing effect is suggested by the strong colour contrast and the use of light and evanescent textures alternating with more solid elements such as lotus flower capsules. The bouquet is framed by slender greenery of rural origin. Inspired by A Privileged View by Sir Lawrence Alma Tadema, 1895.

*The flowers in the bouquets may be subject to variations depending on seasonal availability, while guaranteeing you without a doubt the effect suggested in the reference image.

MERISIMERISI_2

MERISI

230,00320,00

At first glance, the Merisi bouquet suggests the idea that it was assembled by collecting flowers and greenery in a park, and this is its strength. It recreates overwhelming spontaneity that immediately becomes enveloping and very elegant thanks to the purple-burgundy tones of the maxi hydrangeas and the artichoke, contrasted with the soft green of the snowball viburnum. As in Caravaggio’s painting, the light vibrates on the individual flowers and highlights their natural beauty. The bouquet has an elliptical shape, flowers with globe inflorescences prevail, with the counterpoint of more spiky shapes both in the flowers – freesia – and in the rural greenery. Inspired by the Boy with a Basket of Fruit by Michelangelo Merisi, known as Caravaggio, 1593-1594.

*The flowers in the bouquets may be subject to variations depending on seasonal availability, while guaranteeing you without a doubt the effect suggested in the reference image.

PIEROPIERO_2

PIERO

150,00250,00

The Piero bouquet, with its bright white monochrome, is a tribute to the achromatic surfaces of Piero Manzoni and the multiple meanings and possibilities brought together in them. The white freesia and the wax flowers appear to be delineated and mixed at the same time, suggesting the flower and creating a single fragrant surface on which the light rests. With its whiteness, Piero manages to be a very versatile bouquet, suitable for the most diverse occasions and environments. Inspired by Achromes by Piero Manzoni, 1957-1963.

*The flowers in the bouquets may be subject to variations depending on seasonal availability, while guaranteeing you without a doubt the effect suggested in the reference image.

ROTHKO

ROTHKO

160,00275,00

The Rothko bouquet has a strong spatial, almost sculptural impact. It uses flowers with a strong character such as protea, celosia and turmeric, arranged in dedicated strips. Spaces are thus created that would be a single colour were it not for the presence of the wax flower which provide a nuanced touch and some irregularities. Monstera leaves add the seal to the bouquet with a majestic tone. Inspired by Untitled by Mark Rothko, 1960.

*The flowers in the bouquets may be subject to variations depending on seasonal availability, while guaranteeing you without a doubt the effect suggested in the reference image.

TAMARATAMARA_2

TAMARA

125,00210,00

The Tamara bouquet releases a strong energy and vivacity. It brings to mind the bright atmosphere of summer Sunday tables full of friends. Very different flowers with great volume, sharpness and colour, such as sunflowers, lotus flower capsules and zinnia, are used: the contrasts and the sculptural presence create a cheerful dialogue, never subdued. Inspired by Still Life with Lemons by Tamara de Lempicka, circa 1940.

*The flowers in the bouquets may be subject to variations depending on seasonal availability, while guaranteeing you without a doubt the effect suggested in the reference image.

VINCENTVINCENT_2

VINCENT

180,00250,00

While being entirely one colour, green, the Vincent bouquet manages to be emotionally vibrant and suggest the idea of a continuous movement thanks to the contrast between textures, smooth surfaces versus soft and filamentous surfaces, and the use of refined and original flowers for a canonical floral bouquet, such as giant lotus leaves, green carnations and Artemisia absinthium (mugwort). The atmosphere suggested by Vincent is vivid and full of personality, just like Van Gogh’s intense, pulsating landscapes. Inspired by Green Wheat Fields, Auvers, 1890.

*The flowers in the bouquets may be subject to variations depending on seasonal availability, while guaranteeing you without a doubt the effect suggested in the reference image.