A conceptual composition with lines of colored metal panels that intersect on diagonal axes to investigate the meaning of geometry and color
The installation Daniel Libeskind has created with libeskind design and in collaboration with Oikos for the cortile della farmacia originates in the collection of drawings Chamberworks by the famous architect, gathering architectural compositions on paper created as matrices of spatial organization.
In the case of the installation future flowers, the original work is Chamberwork n.2. Horizontal, in which two series of parallel lines intersect on diagonal axes. The installation transferes the spatial study into three dimensions, through bundles of intersecting straight lines composed of metal panels painted in colors belonging to the new palette developed by Libeskind for Oikos.
The three-dimensional projection of the drawing makes it possible to grasp the innermost values of the original spatial matrix, while bringing out the capacity of volumetric organization of straight lines, as well as the role of light and color.
Future Flowers comes from a graphic study by Daniel Libeskind, an international star in the field of architecture and urban design. The installation has been created with Libeskind Design, the Milan-based studio headed by his son Lev Libeskind, and produced by Oikos, the company of reference in the production of colors and materials for architecture.