Pics by Oskar Dariz; design by Peter Pichler
Many of our works consist of a wooden installation. So the The “Salone del Mobile” in Italy is the perfect spot for unusual things to happen. Last April, the “Università degli studi” in Milano hosted an installation by Peter Pichler. It was an atypical wooden structure. This made a strong contrast versus the environment: a Renaissance courtyard surrounded by an archery.
The whole wooden installation is generated by simply stacking and rotating 1600 different wooden pieces. This “shelter” filters light but projects a series of shadows. It has three openings which serve as entrances.
Even if it seems to be a very simple structural exercise, it reminds us of the power of contrast (between materials and historical moments). This is a very good example of sustainable production (no omplex processes have been used in the development of it. The work seems to be very eco-friendly, indeed!).
Smart Room Barcelona can help you apply these inspirational examples to your stands. Get in touch with us if you need help about concepts and ideas!