Cristina Celestino’s project stood out in this collection. Its name ''ECSTASY'' resonates the esoteric atmosphere of a Catholic Mass ritual where the dressing table with a basin and a pitcher stands for a profoundly symbolic combination of objects. The circular form of the Eucharistic host, a symbol of the holy body, is repeated on the surfaces which in combination with the pitcher, representing a modern chalice, enhances this game of semiotics.
Celestino, founder of the Milan based ATTICO Design Studio, loves to experiment with the scale and the meaning of objects which resonates loud and clear in her last project, where the usually romantic dressing table becomes a modern altar in front of which a hedonistic sacrament takes place. So if you want to have a taste of her enigmatic world, make sure you pay a visit to the FOODMADE exhibition on Via Oslavia 3, Ventura Lambrate from 9 to 14 of April 2013 where you will also have the chance to view the other 16 equally innovative projects, MADE by and not just for FOOD.