Once, Sibylle Collection
Sibylle has been inspired by the concept of sensibility — that is the enigmatic and exquisite aesthetic perception of reality. The collection consists of bedding, embroidered pillows, lamps with asymmetrical lampshades, wall hangings and flowing kimonos that envelop and protect the wearer, opening them to the world and its infinite possibilities.
The mythical Sibyls of Greco-Roman antiquity, after whom the collection is named, were considered endowed with sentience. As such, they were believed to have the ability to probe the recesses of the material world through their senses. They were also said to be able to perceive the subtle world, which remains hidden from most, a world that can only be contemplated through the eyes of the heart.
In this collection form pursues color, and color pursues form, in a perpetual sensory game — the bidimensional game of the wall hangings and of the kimonos but also the tridimensional game of the asymmetrical lampshades, which diffuse an enveloping and mysterious light.