Our glance turns to man, who with his manual skills becomes a precious tool of culture and investigation into the land. Through his working hands, a thread unravels speaking of life, of experiences, insights and creativity that make every object perfect in its imperfection, containing the story that made it unique, capable of enchanting and being so special for those who will possess it joining the tale of he who has designed and created it. 

Paragraphs of narratives that designers, deeply rooted "radicati" as we like to define them, know how to shape, pander, break and direct the orchestra of contemporary using new languages, new materials, new visions in a bond that exacerbates the limits of each other overcoming their boundaries.

In July 9, 2014 Editamateria was founded, a project, a brand and a voyage primarily consisting of shared passions, of encounters and exchanges all following the path that unfolds through the revelation of experiences, insights and creativity.In March 2015, Editamateria partecipated with Antonio Aricò at the conference “Food for Tought”, at the Holon Design Museum, during Italy-Israel Design Forum, organized by the Embassy of Italy in Israel, the Israel-Italy Chamber of Commerce, the Italian Trade Agency and the Italian Cultural Institute, in collaboration with Design Museum Holon, with the participation of Ron Arad, who among other things designed the Holon Museum itself; Carlo Ratti from MIT; chef Carlo Cracco, representatives of Italian leading design companies such as Guzzini, Alessi, Dada Cucine, Design Group Italia, Silvia Barbero, the journalist Maria Cristina Didero, Marco Sammicheli and Birgit Lohman of Design Boom to name a few.
In addition to these two days conference, "Liquid Glass" an exhibition about Editamateria Collection was held in the Museum’s Materials Library.

Silvia Ariemma​. Founder and Creative Director of Editamateria
Graduated in Architecture at the Polytechnic University of Turin in 1997. Soon after her degree she started working in the art world with the painter Daniele Galliano, collaborating with his exhibitions and related cultural events.
Since 2011, her research is also addressed to the survey in the field of contemporary design, with emphasis on "handcrafted design”.
In 2012 Silvia co-curated the exhibition "Wabi Sabi, Italian slow design", presented in Turin during the Torino Design Week and in 2013 in Milan at the Galleria Paola Colombari during the Salone del Mobile.
In the same years she collaborated with the Galleria Antonella Villanova in Florence, with whom she participated at  Design Miami/Basel in 2013.
The exhibition "Wabi Sabi. Italian slow design" is the starting point from which she focused her investigation. There are numerous collaborations with designers who took part at the exhibition and with whom many projects followed, all fueled by continuous exchanges and comparisons, in the search of harmony and uniqueness.




Metamorphosis,Venice Glass Week,  T FONDACO DEI TEDESCHI, DFS Group, Venice 
Brilliant Ceramics, firenze 4ever 2017, LUISA VIA ROMA,Florence, Curated by Valentina Guidi Ottobri


Catalogue Poltrona Frau 2017

Catalogue Cassina 2017


Incantati, Brera_Milan Design Week 2016

Wood obsession,Palazzo Loredan_Venice, Venice Architecture Biennale

Alabastri Collection for New Classic Portaits,Marie Claire Maison Italia,Palazzo Turati_Milano

Alabastri Collection, selected by La Triennale di Milano, Under 35Italian Design,curated by Silvana Annichiarico

MARQ Museum _ Buenos Aires,October 20thDecember


Catalogue MDF Italia 2016

Catlogue Poliform 20016

Catlogue Valcucine 2016

Catalogue Gervasoni 2016


EDITAMATERIA, “Liquid Glass”Holon Design Museum,Holon_Israel

Radicati, Brera_Milan Design Week 2015