Today is the last chance to check out the epic Peroni Azzurro Piccola design collection at the Design Museum.
To celebrate the launch of their new Piccola bottle, Peroni have teamed up with award winning architect and co-designer of the Enzo Ferrari museum, Andrea Morgante. Together they have worked with 10 of Italy’s freshest new talent to showcase the new bottle design in their own creations, which range from 2D to 3D interpretations of the bottle, which vary in design but all keep to the original 25cl.
Each of the artists have taken some inspiration from the new bottle design, which is a slimmer and smoother, and have created their own series of unique pieces.
Featured artists include sculptographer Daniele Papuli, 3D & video artist Nicola Gastaldi and architect and designer Francesco Draisci.
As Morgante said to YCN Magazine: “Some of the designs go right back to the Gothic period for inspiration, some go back to the Romans, palatial Italian gardens, the work of Bernini, and, of course, some go back to the golden days of Italian design in the 1960s, when Peroni Nastro Azzurro was born.”
The collection is on display today at the 1.5 Gallery in the Design Museum on London’s Southbank.
Check out the official House of Peroini website to find out more about more events coming to a town near you soon.