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Legno

Exhibition  /  24 Sep 2013  -  31 Oct 2013
Published: 25.09.2013
Valcucine Milano Brera
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Intro
Among other things, this exhibition offers a selection of objects by designers who work outside of normal design business practices, looking beyond the concept of the material "wood" in strictly functional terms.

Artist list

Julia Walter
Legno (wood) is the title of the project by Spotti Milano that the Valcucine Milano Brera space hosts. A design talk, an exhibition and installation to talk about the different facets of this amazing natural material.

Guests of the design talk in the evening of September 24 will be illustrious witnesses who have chosen wood as a key element in their design: Andrea Branzi, architect, artist, theorist of design and architecture; Gabriele Centazzo, president of Valcucine who has made sustainability his corporate creed; Ambra Piccin, sensitive interpreter of the natural material that has brought new life to her interior projects; Maurizio Riva from the eponymous company that has always expressed its passion for wood experimenting with all design alternatives. The event will be presented by Patrizia Scarzella, architect and journalist. Those unable to attend the event can view the exhibition and the temporary installation at the Valcucine space.

The design talk will be followed by a performance by Benedetta Cesqui Malipiero who will pay homage to the theme of wood with an ad hoc performance based on the text of the journalist Barbara Malipiero. Attire by Linda Calugi.

Wood Mood
is the title that Davide Fabio Colaci, architect and interior designer, has chosen for the exhibition curated by him, featuring a specially designed display space covered with Jannelli & Volpi Marimekko2 wallpaper, offering a selection of 10 objects by many designers who work outside of normal design business practices, looking beyond the concept of the material "wood" in strictly functional terms.

Display by: Raphael Charles, Tom Chung, Levi Diether, Ryosuke Fukusada, Alexa Lixfeld, Peter Marigold, Mockulock, Julia Walter, Giulia Cosenza + Joanne Choueiri + Povilas Raskevicius, Paolo Ulian.

Il segno del Tempo (sign of the time) is a photographic installation by Patrizia Scarzella, a story told in pictures inspired by the meaning of time by James Hilman who contributed to the birth of the whole initiative. "The project was born from the passion of the writings on the meaning of time by James Hillman and its metaphors: Like trees, we become more irregular, more entwined, more intricate, like the wrinkles on our faces. We become unique and strange pieces".
Julia Walter. Brooch: Untitled, 2011. Wood, paint. 14 x 11 x 9 cm. Julia Walter
Brooch: Untitled, 2011
Wood, paint
14 x 11 x 9 cm
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Choueiri Cosenza Raskevicius. Piece: Rollaware 5. Wood. Choueiri Cosenza, RaskeviciusPieces: Rollaware 5Wood. Choueiri Cosenza Raskevicius
Piece: Rollaware 5
Wood


Choueiri Cosenza, Raskevicius
Pieces: Rollaware 5
Wood

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Peter Marigolad. Sculpture: Wooden form. Ceramics. Peter, MarigoladSculpture: Wooden formCeramics. Peter Marigolad
Sculpture: Wooden form
Ceramics


Peter, Marigolad
Sculpture: Wooden form
Ceramics

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Ryosuke Fukusada. Piece: Wooden lightbulb 1. Wood. Ryosuke, FukusadaPiece: Wooden lightbulb 1Wood. Ryosuke Fukusada
Piece: Wooden lightbulb 1
Wood


Ryosuke, Fukusada
Piece: Wooden lightbulb 1
Wood

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Tom Chung. Piece: Diamond 2. Wood. Tom, ChungPiece: Diamond 2Wood. Tom Chung
Piece: Diamond 2
Wood


Tom, Chung
Piece: Diamond 2
Wood

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Julia Walter. Brooch: Untitled, 2009. Wood, Paint, PU-Foam, Steel. 14 x 9 x 7 cm. Julia, WalterBrooch: 2009Wood, Paint, PU-Foam, Steel14 x 9 x 7 cm. Julia Walter
Brooch: Untitled, 2009
Wood, Paint, PU-Foam, Steel
14 x 9 x 7 cm


Julia, Walter
Brooch: 2009
Wood, Paint, PU-Foam, Steel
14 x 9 x 7 cm

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