Published on : Friday, April 8, 2016
By creating an abstracted volume floating above ground, Neri&Hu have sought to create an emotionally charged space that would affect visitors on a subtle and intuitive level. The space is intentionally primitive and suppressed, in order to celebrate the exceptional colours and textures that define Kvadrat.
Neri&Hu have created an intriguing fair exhibition featuring new curtain and upholstery textiles by Akira Minagawa, Louise Sigvardt and Tone Barnung, Konstantin Grcic and Paul Smith, along with the latest rug designs by Hella Jongerius for Danskina.
To celebrate his new collection of textiles and limited edition accessories launching in this fair, the Japanese designer Akira Minagawa has created a delicate and dreamy installation FOREST COMES HOME on display in the Kvadrat showroom at Corso Monforte 15.
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