A theatrical set a la Dogville by Lars von Trier, an impossible architecture, the lamps Foscarini that come to life behind a succession of windows through which to imagine glimpses of houses and the personality of those who live.
The idea from which he started Luca Nichetto to stage "Magic Windows" (in Rosenlundsgatan 38C Stockholm - from 4 to 9 February 2013) arises from the typically Nordic habit of not closing domestic interior curtains behind curtains, giving snapshots of light and letting fragments of everyday life leak out.
The installation presented by Foscarini to the Stockholm Design Week it develops through a series of windows, all different from each other, which allow you to imagine different spaces, furnishings, objects and ways of living. The area is divided into three zones, each defined by a slight coloring on the windows in order to trace the perimeter and divide the volumes.
In one of the zones are space Allegro by Atelier Oi, Aplomb and Bahia to Lucidi and Pevere, Le Soleil by Vicente Garcia Jimenez, Birdie and Gregg L + R Palomba, Maki of Nendo, Anisha Studio Lievore Altherr Molina, O-space of Luca Nichetto and Giampietro Gai, Big Bang Enrico Franzolini with Garcia Jimenez, Chouchin of Ionna Vautrin, Plass Luca Nichetto, Caboche by Patricia Urquiola with Eliana Gerotto, while in a second area of the installation they peek behind the windows Behive Werner Aisslinger, Lumiere by Rodolfo Dordoni, Birdie of Palomba, Twiggy, Tress and Mite Marc Sadler, of Havana Jozeph Forakis, Troag Luca Nichetto, Doll and Binic of Ionna Vautrin, Solar Jean Marie Massaud.
Each window has its own particular personality, which anticipates, amplifies and emphasizes the special character and the different personalities of the lamps of Foscarini collection. The area dedicated to the lamps Diesel with Foscarini lighting collection, Incorporates suggestions post-industrial, in line with the characteristics of this collection. Are presented innovations and best-selling collection, including Duii, Fork, Cage, Heavy Metal, Rock.