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Light and Cement at The Triennale In Readiness for Milan’s Furniture Fair

Davide Groppi | 967 Design

The project - to be ready for the coming Furniture Fair - aims to create a completely open, functional space serving both garden and interior Fiat Café at Milan’s Triennale. Conceived as a slice of “urban design”, the reverberations from the worlds of fashion and design aim to make it a cool place in town. The apparently casual array of sinuous luminous seating in [Fibre C] set in front of a small pavilion in the Triennale grounds looks like a modern version of a primitive encampment. Geometric daises placed randomly among the benches can be used as tables during the inaugural party and then as further seating. Acting as a shield to the pavilion will be a gallery serving as a filter-corridor. The gallery panels will be in [Fibre C], also known as “concrete skin”, because it combines the properties of highly malleable, long-lasting decorative cement with the stability, low weight and...

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