Plates against the rules

Gabriella Ferrazzano, founder of MUSÆ Studio, crafts furniture pieces inspired by the homes of southern Italy. Her work boldly combines painting and design, giving life to eclectic and refined pieces. Each piece is handmade with great attention to detail, using ceramic and enamel, baked at 960 degrees to achieve a glossy finish. With seven years of experience in oil painting and thirteen in fashion, Gabriella takes a unique creative approach in crafting her artisanal pieces, aiming to be both irreverent and elegant, in other words, "funny chic."

Hand-painted with love

Gabriella creates each piece by hand, without relying on machinery or industrial techniques. She devotes considerable time to each product, resulting in a one-of-a-kind piece that is entirely hand-painted with meticulous attention to detail and a playful touch.

Heat from the South

She produces all of her pieces in Agropoli, Cilento, a charming and enchanting region in southern Italy. Her materials include ceramics, ceramic paints, and glaze. Once the ceramics pieces are complete, they are fired at a high temperature of 960 degrees for two days, resulting in a stunning glossy finish.

Plates as canvas

With seven years of experience in oil painting, Gabri now approaches each plate as a canvas. She embraces a slower, artisanal approach to production, as she believes that handcrafted pieces can be both playful and sustainable.