In an era in which mobility and globalization have made living an ephemeral concept, we begin to feel a latent need for consistency.
The issues of news tell the companies of men who, by will or necessity, go through various phases with the aim of reaching a place to call home, a place in which to express their aspirations but in which to find the stability necessary to overcome the own vulnerabilities.
It is precisely the duality between solidity and fragility that lays the foundations of the installation: the archetype of the castle of cards is reinterpreted thanks to the use of resistant materials, while the addition of delicate elements and transparencies aims to evoke a feeling of virtual insecurity , overcome by the awareness of the reliability of the structure.
The atypical fugacity of the building is then transformed into firm concreteness, and the castle of cards becomes a solid casket capable of preserving the security of the most precious objects, just as the walls of a house become an architectural skin to protect the souls of people who they live.
And it is in this context that the 2cm thick ceramic slabs with the passing veil of LB Arte Italiana have the opportunity to show the superior quality and the effect in all the thickness that characterize the product made by the Italian company, unique in its kind.
Via Festa del Perdono, 7 Milan
16 / 28 April
16 / 22 April - 10.00 / 24.00
23 / 27 April - 10.00 / 22.00
Saturday 28 April - 10.00 / 18.00
Project: Francesco Lucchese
Realization: LB Arte Italiana in collaboration with Ceramica Fondovalle
Lights by Linea Light Group
Complements: vases by Venini