2001con A. Meda
Italy and Japan: design as a lifestyle, Yokohama
On a sloping plane, as on a theatre stage, a living and working room on the ground floor of an old house in Tuscany. Some images, taken from the frescoes of Arezzo painted by Piero della Francesca, can be seen through a window and a half-open door. They evocate the atmosphere and light of an Italian village. A multicoloured group of diverse furniture and objects, populates the room in a calculated disorder, organized around an orange round-shape carpet. Chaos, polysense and multiplicity oppose to humanistic centrality.