Antolini: „Interpretations“ als neues Konzept für Stände auf Designmessen

Mit einem neuen Standkonzept präsentiert sich die italienische Firma Antolini in diesem Jahr auf den wichtigen Messen für Einrichtung und Design. Für „Antolini Interpretations 2015“ haben sieben Designer den Antolini-Stand auf je einer Messe gestaltet. Die Federführung bei dem Projekt hatte der Italiener Giulio Capellini, der auch die Beteiligten auswählte.

Wir lassen im Folgenden die Designer zu Wort kommen, so wie sie in den Presseunterlagen zitiert werden.

Zaven (founded by Enrica Cavarzan and Marco Zavagno), IMM Cologne

„The visual richness of the grain of the marble becomes the main inspiration and creates a fantastic world, dominated by a gigantic toucan head, which observes the visitor moving around the totem and polished sculptures in various finishes, sinking their feet in a soft, pink carpet.” Stones: Bianco Lasa/Covelano „Vena Oro”, Irish Green, Bronze Amani, Magma Black, Giallo Reale.

Keiji Takeuchi, KBIS, Las Vegas

„Antolini Interpretations 2015“: Keiji Takeuchi, Antolini’s booth at KBIS, Las Vegas.

„My idea was to replicate the feeling of walking inside quarries and museums — very tall and narrow passages. At the same time I wanted to make the space appear as if it were cut out from a single block of stone. I realized that the grains, the patterns of the stone are not just the ornaments or decorations but are actually living art forms. I just thought, ,there’s nothing else to do.’ I just have to put them in a museum, and it’s done.” Stones: Bianco Lasa/Covelano „Vena Oro”, Calcite Azul „Extra”, Sequoia Brown.


Tommaso Nani (team Mist-O), Maison&Objet, Paris

„Antolini Interpretations 2015“: Tommaso Nani, Mist-O, Antolini’s booth at Maison&Objet, Paris.

„This space is the result of a concept based on three components: stone, water and plants. It is a garden that investigates the relationship between stable matter that is heavy and eternal like stone; the plants, which stand for something that is born, develops and dies; and water, which becomes the connection between the two worlds. Stone, plants and water give life to a world that is very balanced, concrete and complete.” Stones: White Torroncino, Calcite Azul „Extra”, Brown Chocolate, Calacatta Cielo, Bianco Lasa/Covelano „Fantastico”, Kosmus „A”.

Es folgen noch:
* Leonardo Talarico, ISH Frankfurt/Main,
* Lanzavecchia and Wai, Salone del Mobile, Mailand,
* Antonio Facco, ICFF, New York,
* Matteo Zorzenoni, 100%Design, London.


Fotos: Antolini

Enrica Cavarzan (right), Giulio Capellini (Middle).Keiji Takeuchi.Tommaso Nani.Giulio Capellini.

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