Cortile d'Onore - Università degli Studi di Milano
After the experience of being confined at home due to the health emergency, living outdoors is now a dimension in which we feel safer. We therefore live more in outdoor spaces that are transformed to adapt to our new everyday life. The installation project proposed by the Vicenza-based company presents a space that is open but circumscribed and therefore considered more protected: two small 'archipelagos' of furniture, each organized into three 'islands' of Doga Relax seats, the new fiberglass resin armchair designed by Raffaello Galiotto. Marked along its perimeter by the recycled plastic modular system Sipario, the space of each island is delimited by quadrangular platforms in wooden slats linked together, whose laying follows the orientation and design of the slats of the seats. The color of the flooring is uniform and changes from one island to another, deriving from the sum of the natural colors that characterize the furniture of each lounge. The installation is lit by two minimal Sampei lamps by Davide Groppi.