The subject of the competition was the fourth phase of the Project. The winning plan is not only a successful summary of the first three developing phases of the CBD, but a driving force for the area’s future dynamic urban life.
Each layer of the chair was drawn separately, the colours carefully selected, individually cut and applied by hand. ‘I wanted the design to be about the textile,’ says Hutten. ‘Rather than using the material as a cover, I created an object with the material…’
A journey inside Elica, an exhibition with photos by Fabio Barile and Francesco Neri. Neri studied and portrayed the faces of the people working in Elica plants, while Barile focused on the industrial landscape of the Italian premises.
At night the sculpture came to life as visitors were able to choreograph the lighting in real time using physical gestures on their mobile devices. Vivid beams of light were projected across a massive scale as the result of small movements on spectators’ phones.