Bioforme

Bioforme, Milan: Hours, Address, Bioforme Reviews: 5/5

Monday
11:30 - 18:00
Tuesday
11:30 - 18:00
Wednesday
11:30 - 18:00
Thursday
11:30 - 18:00
Friday
11:30 - 18:00
About
Bioforme is an art studio in Milan, Italy, which creates and teaches applied arts since 2002. We use traditional tools to build wooden sculptural furniture. The main activities at Bioforme are:1)Creation of custom-made furniture and other sculptural works on commission.2)Creative woodworking courses - individual courses of furniture making, creative carpentry, and wood mosaic decoration.
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Ansbjerg
Milan, Italy7 contributions
Working artist's studio
Sep 2012 • Friends
If you're curious to see a how an artist works, Bioforme art studio is worth a visit. Bioforme is the project of the Polish artist Jurek Sztekiel. In his studio he teaches woodworking, painting, mosaic making. It is located in Zona Isola, a lovely neighborhood previously full of artist studios, now a posh area with lots of nice cafes, bars and a great Saturday market.
Written 13 October 2012
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Daniel S
Copenhagen, Denmark3 contributions
A weirdest, most enchanting fairytale-like experience!
May 2011 • Couples
Whether you're shopping for unique furniture or just looking for a visit out of the ordinary, this little workshop is a given.

I went there with my girlfriend, having seen some of the work of these craftsmen on their website. The place itself is not very much unlike a dungeon or a playhouse, with very little space and an awful lot of wood things, work-in-progress and finished furniture, tools and workers.

When we went there, the owner of the place wasn't there, but among others his extremely friendly partner, Giovanni, and a most charming student were. We got to look around and talk, play with a few things, and suck in these extraordinary pieces of work unlike anything I've ever seen before.

Comparing the works to something out of a fairytale isn't far off - check their website and you'll know what i mean - and to see the amount of attention and (wo)manhours that go into these pieces is really impressive.

We didn't actually buy anything (money, and well, EasyJet don't take nicely to showing up with a coffe table in check-in ;) ), but I'll never forget the place.

A highly recommended visit!
Written 11 January 2012
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