The objects, which were printed using white nylon powder, form part of 25.0 – an installation commissioned by M&C Saatchi and Peroni Nastro Azzurro. Morgante created a digital version of the Piccola bottle and manipulated the file 25 times, resulting in 25 different outcomes all of which represent Italian culture, creativity and heritage in some way.
One design references the Sacco beanbag by Italian furniture brand Zanotta. "My parents had one when I was a child and I have strong memories of that extraordinary piece of design," Morgante told Dezeen. Another bottle refers to the green tree shoots Morgante noticed growing from every Roman ruin. "It makes those ruins somehow still alive. And I see that only in Rome," he said.Morgante describes another bottle, with a dimple in one side and a corresponding protrusion on the other, as "a heartfelt homage to baroque sculpture."