For the launch of the new brand of luxury accessories "Atelier Swarovski Home", during the Milan Design Week, Piuarch created an installation that involves the public through a journey in a world of mirrors. Each design element is in dialogue with the late neo-classic architecture of the Palazzo Cagnola, including the ceiling frescos and the terrazzo floors. The visitor is invited to a journey into the Atelier Swarovski Home world through a series of installations that engage a game of reflections between the objects and the space, through reflective ribbons, tables with mirrored surface and a macro object that acts as a teleidoscope.

 

SLIDE SHOW

  • Installation, Fuorisalone 2016
  • Milan, Italy
  • 2016 – Built
  • Client: Swarovski
  • Built area: 170 sqm
    • Leisure

Suggestions

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Rachel Valdés Camejo 2012
Happily Ever After

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Olafur Eliasson 2001
Viewing Machine

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Alyson Shotz 2011
Frames per second

 

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The original beauty of the fresco on the ceiling becomes the background image of the Swarovski’s collection through the reflective surface of the tables

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The most valuable piece of the collection is enhanced by continuous reflection of the wall and of the ceiling on which is reproduced a fresco of the Palazzo.

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The teleidoscope creates a game of reflections with the frescoed ceiling, it remembers the reflections of the crystal of the Swarovski’s collection

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