• Dolce Vita
    Cristina Celestino

    Dolce Vita is a collection that celebrates in a contemporary tone the charme of Italy in the Fifties - an era addressed to levity and joie de vivre, irony and optimism - in which you could taste the beauty of the objects and the practices related to them.
  • Lunar Landscape
    Elisa Ossino

    Elisa Ossino designes for Paola C. a tableware collection, revisiting the classic themes of mise en place and the figurative influences inspired by still life in a modernist and Bauhaus tone.
  • Riflessi

    Riflessi is a collection of vases made of blown borosilicate glass that recalls the botanical structure of flowers. The solid shape of the cylinder unfastens as an archway and enhances like a corolla the floral elements with it’s feeble glass reflections.
  • Monkos & Pipoz
    Jaime Hayon

    The piece is a small object to be remembered at the table. It shows the sophistication of the material and its crafting technique in metal.


Born to propose a vision of young but sophisticated table.

  • Stories

    By Aldo Cibic & Matteo Cibic

    Table Joy collection is the result of the collaboration between uncle and nephew, sharing the way they bring out the meaning of objects.

  • Stories

    “New Roman”, by Jaime Hayon for Paola C., is a series of containers in shapes that reference the forms of ancient carafes, plates and large amphorae storage vessels.
    Inspired by the vessels of the Roman Empire, this collection transforms antique references into a celebration of contemporary craft.



The Paola C. showroom is located in the courtyard of via Solferino 11, Milan and hosts a tableware collection based on a youthful yet refined interpretation. link


Milano Design Week 4-9 April 2017 Showroom PAOLA C. link


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