COS x Mamou-Mani @ Salone del Mobile 2019. Ph. courtesy of COSThe installation bridges architecture and the natural world transporting the visitor from the 16th-century courtyard of Palazzo Isimbardi to the surrounding garden. Through this ethereal journey, Mamou-Mani imagines the future of design, technology and material innovation: ‘Our work delves into the architect as maker and the holistic nature of design processes'.
COS x Mamou-Mani @ Salone del Mobile 2019. Ph. courtesy of COS'I hope that the combination of distributed large-scale 3D printing with bio-materials and open-source parametric tool will offer an insight into the future and showcase how this digital craft can have a positive impact on the world’. The designer’s algorithmic process ensures structural suitability and optimizes the use of material.
Karin Gustafsson, Creative Director of COS, commented: ‘At COS, we are inspired by the way Mamou-Mani’s work opens up new opportunities in design. The considered use of renewable materials and technology develop a new language which is futuristic, yet reminiscent of traditional craftmanship.’
The installation will be open to the public from 9th – 14th April, 2019 at Palazzo Isimbardi, Milan. Mamou-Mani’s exhibition CODE BUILDER, A Robotic Choreography is on at London’s John Soane’s Museum until 3rd Feb 2019.
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