The video that introduces this year’s Salone project theme – ” The Casa ” – by director Francesca Molteni anticipates the exhibition/event ‘Where Architects Live‘
Francesca Molteni and architect scenographer Davide Pizzigoni, together devised a project that recreates the private “rooms” of leading world architects by means of real-life videos, images, sounds, comments and reconstructions.
The result is an interactive exhibition space that unveils the architects’ visions of living, their choices and their obsessions.
The exhibition curated by Francesca Molten has been specially devised for the Salone, providing an exclusive glimpse into “rooms” designed by eight of the world’s most respected architects
Photographs will be shown alongside videos, sounds and comments, creating an interactive space that unveils the architects’ visions of living.
The Minotti 2014 exhibition stand project revisits the concept of “destructured architecture”
Minotti skillfully creates spaces through the use of dividing walls, that interact among themselves through an interplay of differing heights and overlapping various elements, and a blending of materials and finishes designed to produce a dynamic separation of the various settings in which the new products from the collection are displayed.
In the iconic setting of the Fine Arts Academy of Brera, symbol of art and creativity, French crystal company Baccarat presente its new lighting collections “Lumières Out of the Box”.
In the Sala Napoleonica, accompanied by sculptures and casts, “Out of the Box” beautifully symbolises Baccarat’s ability to interpret its 250 years of heritage and history with modernity and glamour.
Design also means Looking at Everyday objects with a Curious Eye
A selection of 39 artistic photographs by Rahi Rezvani will be exhibited in all its glory, with a towering height of 4.5 meters, thus generating an emotional trip into the mysteries of the human soul, image by image.
‘All people are different, but some are more different than others’
Toiletpaper is a bi-annual magazine made up solely of surreal and ambiguous images.
It contains zero text or ads ( except for the long list of contributors, assistants, stylists and producers), contains only full page color photograph spreads that appropriate the slick production values of commercial photography, to deliver surreal, beautiful (or repulsive) images.
Trends in lighting are pointing towards multi-sensory solutions that are very intimate. The idea is to think about light as something that is tailor-made, customisable and special to different people in different ways.
This is why I am thinking about providing solutions without having any structural limits such as wiring and power