Volo a Planare - Circolo Marras

photography Simona Belotti

coordination Maria Rossi

15 April 2014

In occasion of Milan's Salone del Mobile 2014, designer Antonio Marras unveiled the installation Volo a Planare, celebrating Italian craftsmanship. The project was produced in collaboration with Segno Italiano, a Milan-based firm which represents and distributes Italian products of high manufacturing quality, and presented at Circolo Marras.

Sitting on and around a long dining table, the objects became a cast of characters heralding fine craftmenshipfrom Chiavari chairs to Este's ceramics, to Trento's copper cookware.

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The courtyard of Circolo Marras featured beds sourced in the Sardinian countryside. Adorned with traditional handmade sheets and blankets, they were given a convivial and recreational purpose.

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Above: Unveiled during the presentation, the wallpaper is inspired by the historical house of architect Carlo Mollino in Turin, and evokes nostalgic scenes of pleasure.

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Circolo Marras is located at Via Cola di Rienzo 8, Milan.

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