Collection of centrepieces inspired by the typical architecture of Apulia. “Very close to where I was born there is a village called Alberobello where all the houses have a conical roof like a magician’s hat.
And these houses are a little magical because they are made only of superimposed dry stones, without any binder, since their theoretical assumption was precisely the temporality, like the life of those who lived inside them. And as if by magic it was enough to pull from the pinnacles that adorned the tips to completely discover the surfaces, to reveal its secrets.
Ephemeral caskets for precarious lives, precious symbols of the carpe diem”
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Fabio Novembre is part-poet and part-philosopher, Fabio Novembre (38) lives in Milan and is Italy?s most flamboyant interior designer. All of his creations, from Café l’Atlantique to Divina Disco, have a narrative element, often inspired by the grand themes of romantic love, life and death.