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Radetzky

Milano,
1973

The space of the room is marked by the presence of a granite column belonging to the building in which the room itself is located and which becomes the fulcrum of the project. A metal frame is fixed around this column that draws the ceiling, where the light filtered by a stretched fabric arrives. In the characteristic sign, seen in other public and domestic installations, we find influences and suggestions inspired by oriental civilization: from the study of the joints of the Kyoto table to the interiors, with the design of the luminous ceilings, combining the poetics of technology. The perspective that leads from the entrance to the room is highlighted by low screens, in which glossy materials, such as the black lacquering of the panels, create a contrast with the opacity of the stone felt.









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