With a program that comes to allow contemporary designers and artists to interpret the architectural fabric of Rome, its heritage, and the memory associated with the city, Giustini/Stagetti Galleria O Roma has opened an exhibition of work by Paolo Canevari. In three seats in wood and two vessels in ceramics, Canevari brings to life one of the most iconic architectural elements associated with Rome, the arch. His arch is graphic, monochromatic, precise, and minimal, stripped of all of its neoclassical ornamentations. The vases, produced by historic Italian ceramics manufacturer Grazia Deruta, and the seats, crafted by Umbrian cabinet-makers express the legacy of Italian craftsmanship. And I cannot wait to see this new collection at the upcoming The Salon Art + Design, where the Rome-based gallery will participate.