Palma includes cooking pots and pans with lids, a frying griddle, a kettle and a condiment server. The products are all made from cast iron and intend to follow the tradition of Oigen's production techniques.
The shop is open for visitors to browse 100 of the designer's books and four products, including his Fionda chair for Mattiazzi, until 22 September.
Photography is by Nacása&Partners.
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