A series that crystallises material in time
The Ossido line stems from a wager against time, in an attempt to crystallise a material at a specific point in its life and have it stay that way forever. Specifically, it entails the reproduction of a oxidation process on slabs of copper and metal, which generates a very strong and rich colour, yet which inevitably disappears as the oxidation process progresses.
The challenge faced by Laminam was in fact to capture the moment of maximum splendour of the colour onto the surfaces, simulating the effects of atmospheric agents and also developing certain colour variants which are particularly bold, such as verderame (verdigris). It is a line where the fundamental role is played by light, which always generates new reflections and new variations in colour.