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Camilla Callegaro, Cristina Cozzo & Lena Rasch

  • White Pepper Studio
  • Flower designer
  • Milan, Italy
  • Master Artisan
Camilla Callegaro, Cristina Cozzo & Lena Rasch Flower designer
Italian, English, German
By appointment only
+39 3355430755
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Forget romanticism

  • • Cristina, Camilla and Lena launched their studio in 2016
  • • Their flower installations are based on colour and geometry
  • • Their approach to flower design is unconventional and… unromantic!

Most people think that flowers are quintessentially romantic: Cristina Cozzo, Camilla Callegaro and Lena Rasch, founders of Milan-based White Pepper Studio, have a completely different vision. Even though they specialise in weddings, they wouldn’t call themselves sentimental. "If we use roses for an installation, it’s because of their shape and colours, not for their symbolism." Their style is contemporary, unconventional and definitely untraditional. They conceive their works as sculptures or paintings rather than simple flower arrangements, which is perhaps why they design every project to the last detail. "Camilla is a set designer by training, so she’s our engineer. Only if she approves an idea, can we put it into practice."

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Dried composition

Large flower composition in neutral colours. Dried and dehydrated flowers including palm leaves, ruscus and fern in different shapes and volumes have been used to create a contrast between geometric and natural lines.

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This flower installation is part of an inspirational photo shoot. A mix of hand-opened tulips, anthurium and other flowers in vibrant colours are attached to the model as an expression of rebirth. Yellow, orange and lilac are the dominant colours in this composition along with by softer tones.

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Standing flower installation

This flower installation has been constructed around a golden, self standing, metal column. The hand painted gypsophila flowers are worked in a voluminous shape, while the dried and hand-coloured palm leaves create a striking contrast.

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Standing yellow flower installation

This flower installation is built on a self standing metal structure. The fresh leaves are painted in bright yellow. The movement of the greenery is very natural. A few fresh flowers have been used to visually highlight certain areas.

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Flower cloud

This three-dimensional flower cloud has been made out of different dried and dehydrated flowers to represent different shapes and volumes. White amaranthus has been used to lengthen the cloud, while rust coloured hydrangea and white limonium are used for the excessive volume.

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