Palazzo Litta's courtyard, with the pavilion made by architect Diébédo Francis Kéré, in collaboration with Casone, Mutti, Euroambiente, Gaggenau, Eterno Ivica, and Riva 1920.© Rafael Medina-Adalfio


A Matter of Perception: Tradition and Technology

first impressions of our event at Palazzo Litta, Corso Magenta 24 in Milan, which is officially opening today.

April 2016
Diébédo Francis Kéré in the erba palustre he used around his Courtyard Pavilion at Palazzo Litta: a wild plant that grows spontaneously alongside Italian rivers, provided by Italian landscape design company Euroambiente. © Rafael Medina-Adalfio
Chris Kabel's Hidden Vases, for valerie_objects © Rafael Medina-Adalfio
Diébédo Francis Kéré © Rafael Medina-Adalfio
valerie_objects cuttlery by Maarten Baas and Koichi Futatsumata.© Rafael Medina-Adalfio
Michele De Lucchi © Rafael Medina-Adalfio
Valerio Castelli from Mosca Partners, and Andrea Branzi.© Rafael Medina-Adalfio
Michele De Lucchi, Francis Kéré and Andrea Branzi after the Apero Talk at Palazzo Litta on Monday evening 11th of April.© Rafael Medina-Adalfio
Architect Francis Kéré, and Walter Bettens & Siegrid Demyttenaere from DAMNº.© Rafael Medina-Adalfio
Michele De Lucchi, and Veerle Devos & Walter Bettens from DAMnº.© Rafael Medina-Adalfio
© Rafael Medina-Adalfio
© Rafael Medina-Adalfio
Staircase of Palazzo Litta customised by Matteo Ragni with cascading layers of rubber flooring material by Artigo. © Rafael Medina-Adalfio
Porcupine Light by Ilkka Suppanen.© Rafael Medina-Adalfio
Jan Kath, detail, © Rafael Medina-Adalfio
Jan Kath, detail, © Rafael Medina-Adalfio
Strata by Formafantasma with Alcantara® Material, © Rafael Medina-Adalfio
Zibo Stool by Francis Kéré, with Riva 1920 © Rafael Medina-Adalfio
Erba Palustre surrounding Francis Kéré's Courtyard Village, provided by Euroambiente © Rafael Medina-Adalfio
valerie-objects © Rafael Medina-Adalfio