Red lines converse and run after each other. Between the strings of the armchairs, the texture of the velvets, the inside of the little table.
Intriguing and irregular, tha’s what Ron Gilad’s objects are like. They appeal because they have that ‘certain something’.
Almost 100 years have passed since the fitted kitchen was invented, in Frankfurt in 1926, to furnish small apartments.
With the language of art he has looked at the world from on high, from afar and close to, from inside and outside; he has recognised and deciphered the great transformations of the present day; he has revealed forms, lights, landscapes.
When a table becomes a promenade
A reinterpretation of Scarpa's work by Scarpa for Molteni&C.
The Passion of Drawing
Meeting with Vivienne Westwood
12 months 12 stories 12 protagonists
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