Ferruccio Laviani talks about Anthologyc Impact, the installation he created for Lea Ceramiche on the occasion of Milano Design City

Everyone knows about Ferruccio Laviani's professional activity: internationally renowned designer, author of iconic pieces such as the Burgie lamp for Kartell. But his real great quality consists in the ability to interpret the Zeitgeist, the spirit of the time. And to make it pop, in the truest sense of the term, absolutely accessible to the general public. This is why many companies turn to him for the realization of installations and set-ups for fairs, exhibitions, showrooms and galleries. Those who pass by via Durini these days will be absolutely attracted by the creation that Laviani has produced for Lea Ceramiche. Anthologyc Impact is the title of the installation. The well-known surface design company of the Panaria Group asked Laviani to interpret the most ambitious and innovative collection of their Anthology catalog, born from a material research linked to a mineral universe with different chromatic nuances and tactile declinations. No sooner said than done. Laviani has still worked on emotionality and suggestion by imagining "The Anthology Impact": a story that has its origins in space and continues in the center of Milan. With the Moon Boot.