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Porcelain crafted in Manifattura Ginori – Italy
IL VIAGGIO DI NETTUNO
Porcelain table service - Luke Edward Hall
Il viaggio di Nettuno Ginori 1735 begins with a lunch among friends gathered around a large table on a terrace overlooking a beach on the Mediterranean Sea. And there, around that table by the sea, suddenly the world is suffused with vivid colors and filled with mythical creatures.
The designs featured on Il viaggio di Nettuno porcelain plates, cups and serving platters reflect the enchanting and extravagant images created for Ginori by designer Luke Edward Hall who, with his passion for Greek and Roman mythology, reinterprets the elements and characters, bringing to life a collection with a classic taste that is never boring.
Luke Edward Hall is a London-based designer and artist whose colourful aesthetic is informed by a love of history and a sense of playfulness. After studying menswear fashion design at Central Saint Martins and working for a renowned architectural and interior designer for two years, Luke established his studio in the autumn of 2015, and since then has worked on a broad range of art and design commissions and interior design projects. As well as creating his own ceramics, fabrics, furniture and accessories, over the past 3 years he has collaborated with a variety of companies and institutions including Burberry, Christie’s and the Royal Academy of Arts. Among his recent projects Luke has produced a limited edition wine label with Berry Bros. & Rudd, embroidered slippers with Stubbs & Wootton, table lines with Summerill & Bishop, jewellery with Lucy Folk and men’s clothing and ceramics with Le Sirenuse hotel in Positano. Luke has exhibited his artwork in London and has contributed to a wide range of magazines including Cabana, House & Garden and Pleasure Garden. In March 2019 he joined the Financial Times as a columnist, answering readers’ questions on aesthetics, interior design and stylish living. Vogue.com described Luke as “the interior design world’s wunderkind”.