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Installation created for Ceramiche Coem by architect Giacomo Sanna at Milan Triennale during the exhibition "A Natural Beauty", with Vittorio Minervini and Alessandra Scardaoni.
The themes of a "natural cave" or a "nature path" are typical of traditional romantic gardens in Italy and have been updated with the use of ceramics. Totally man-made modules reproduce the look of a natural stratification process beginning millions of years ago, with a charm and an alienating optical effect.
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Installation created for Ceramiche Coem by architect Giacomo Sanna at Milan Triennale during the exhibition "A Natural Beauty", with Vittorio Minervini and Alessandra Scardaoni.
The themes of a "natural cave" or a "nature path" are typical of traditional romantic gardens in Italy and have been updated with the use of ceramics. Totally man-made modules reproduce the look of a natural stratification process beginning millions of years ago, with a charm and an alienating optical effect.
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The first emotion awakened in visitors to this installation – on display at the Triennale in Milan on the occasion of the exhibition "A Natural Beauty" - is the sensation of finding themselves in a special station that seems taken from Alice in Wonderland, in which a tile suddenly grows and grows, multiplying and proliferating like the famous deck of cards. This sensory voyage draws the traveller in, awakening his curiosity and engaging him in a strange, astounding experience.
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Installation created for Ceramiche Coem by architect Giacomo Sanna at Milan Triennale during the exhibition "A Natural Beauty", with Vittorio Minervini and Alessandra Scardaoni.
The themes of a "natural cave" or a "nature path" are typical of traditional romantic gardens in Italy and have been updated with the use of ceramics. Totally man-made modules reproduce the look of a natural stratification process beginning millions of years ago, with a charm and an alienating optical effect.
Installation created for Ceramiche Coem by architect Giacomo Sanna at Milan Triennale during the exhibition "A Natural Beauty", with Vittorio Minervini and Alessandra Scardaoni.
The themes of a "natural cave" or a "nature path" are typical of traditional romantic gardens in Italy and have been updated with the use of ceramics. Totally man-made modules reproduce the look of a natural stratification process beginning millions of years ago, with a charm and an alienating optical effect.
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Installation created for Ceramiche Coem by architect Giacomo Sanna at Milan Triennale during the exhibition "A Natural Beauty", with Vittorio Minervini and Alessandra Scardaoni.
The themes of a "natural cave" or a "nature path" are typical of traditional romantic gardens in Italy and have been updated with the use of ceramics. Totally man-made modules reproduce the look of a natural stratification process beginning millions of years ago, with a charm and an alienating optical effect.
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Installation created for Ceramiche Coem by architect Giacomo Sanna at Milan Triennale during the exhibition "A Natural Beauty", with Vittorio Minervini and Alessandra Scardaoni.
The themes of a "natural cave" or a "nature path" are typical of traditional romantic gardens in Italy and have been updated with the use of ceramics. Totally man-made modules reproduce the look of a natural stratification process beginning millions of years ago, with a charm and an alienating optical effect.
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Installation created for Ceramiche Coem by architect Giacomo Sanna at Milan Triennale during the exhibition "A Natural Beauty", with Vittorio Minervini and Alessandra Scardaoni.
The themes of a "natural cave" or a "nature path" are typical of traditional romantic gardens in Italy and have been updated with the use of ceramics. Totally man-made modules reproduce the look of a natural stratification process beginning millions of years ago, with a charm and an alienating optical effect.

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