Paris-based designer Arik Levy created a series of totems for the Italian design firm Bitossi Ceramiche.
Showcased at Milan Design Week 2013, the totems were made up of five separate pieces in a limited edition of five sets, although Bitossi encourages people to contact them with inquiries for additional pieces.
Levy, born 1963, is originally from Tel-Aviv and he graduated in Industrial Design from the Art Center College of Design in Switzerland at the age of 28. He and his studio partner Pippo Lionni develop projects in industrial, interior and graphic design, lighting, corporate identity and packaging.
Above image: Totem by Arik Levy for Bitossi Ceramiche.
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Arik Levy discusses (in French) his Totem design for Bitossi Ceramiche. Video courtesy of the designer.