Studio d’arte ceramica Landi

Master of the decorative art of porcelain, since 1974 Lucciano Landi has been running his own ceramic art studio in a picturesque corner of a timeless Florence, where he experiments techniques and materials. Watching him, it is impossible not to be captivated by the emotional spell of the workshop where the artist appears to speak through the ceramic sculptures on display: simple shapes of unmistakeable design and colour. His work divides into two essential strands: the one-off pieces – in the collections of numerous museums – and the more large-scale production.

Studio d’arte ceramica Landi

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Via Magenta, 28R, Firenze, FI, Italia - + 39 055 5272200 / +39 338 2750491 - http://www.ceramicalandi.it

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