The Garden of Wonders
The exhibition “The Garden of Wonders” designed by Ferrucio Laviani, part of Interni´s “Energy for Creativity” and coproduced by BeOpen, is a perfect blend between design, arts and craft and an experimental journey through senses.
Located inside Milan´s Brera Botanic Garden, the layout of golden outdoor elements, produced by Unopiù, transforms the common greenhouse into a magic forest, where eight historic luxury fragrance brands assigned their Pavilion to acclaimed contemporary designers: Biette by Fernando and Humberto Campana, Waldes et Spol by Tord Boontje, Guyla by Dimore Studio, Boissard by Jaime Hayon, Lundbury by Piero Lissoni, Bertif by Jean-Marie Massaud and R.Koehler & Co. by Nendo.
Veredas, Campana brothers´ installation, was inspired by Gruta do Veredas, a natural cave in the state wholesale jerseys of Bahia, Brazil.
Cos by Snarkitecture
The American collaborative and experimental practice Snarkitecture, founded by Alex Mustonen and Daniel Arsham, that operates its work between art and architecture, created Cheap NFL Jerseys China a translucent white fabric installation, cut into strips to be the background of Spring Summer 2015 collection from COS, an H&M Group brand. This piece of art located at Spazio Erbe in Brea district of Milan, reveals a warren of tunnels and spaces through the building´s room where visitors walk through to enter the space.
The designers idea was to create a subtractive architecture that begins with infilling the entire space almost solid and then create volume excavated out of that. A sort throwback nba jerseys of subtractive architecture space where people can be engaged to meet the brand´s new apparel collection.
Future Flowers by Daniel Libeskind at University of Milan
Also during Milan Design Week 2015, an amazing installation called “Future Flowers”, created by Polish American architect Daniel Libeskind in partnership with OIKOS, made of red metal blades, inspired by his 80´s graphic research “Chamber Works” emerged from the courtyard of University of Milan: a pure expression of his design philosophy.
Marcio Kogan and MADE inspire us at Palazzo Litta
Brazilian architect Marcio Kogan, owner of Studio MK27, created at Milanese Palazzo Litta´s courtyard, during the Milan Design Week 2015, a square platform Look of 16m x 16m that flaunts a lava-stone floor by Florentine company Casone, on top of which a transparent LED lit pavilion was positioned. It serves as a pleasant network-meeting place for people who visit the exhibitions.
Inside the Palazzo, a series of 19th century Brazilian indigenous stools from BEI collection and selection of contemporary works by young Brazilian designers that have in common “the truth of the materials ”, curated by ray bans sale Bruno Simões and Waldick Jatobá, cofounder of the MADE ( Mercado Arte e Design ) contrast with the XVIII-s architecture of the palace.
Artesol – Artesanato Solidário, which develops arts and craft projects that help Brazilian handcraft communities, made its presence with buriti fiber crochet pieces made in Barreirinhas, Maranhão, Brazil.
The Campana brothers also sign up an unprecedented installation with clay wrapped with wire mesh that retrieves Brazilian design history.