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Order, Disorder and Chaos

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The Box is a dynamic new hybrid Milan space capable of offering turn-key projects to both businesses and individuals ranging from the design to the architectural, engineering and technical creation and from the proposing and supplying of furniture and décor to custom-made productions. After the first event held in April last year, The Box now offers a cycle of three new events in the context of design culture and its applications.
Order, Disorder and Chaos
– edited by Davide Fabio Colaci + Simona Flacco and Riccardo Crenna of Simple Flair in collaboration with Arper – explores the world of design by asking three up-and-coming designers to interpret the contemporary dimension through the three different themes that are at the heart of the project.

Photo by Claudia Zalla
Photo by Claudia Zalla

The result of the triggered synergies can be seen in three series’ of objects, each of which is expressed through a dedicated event and an exhibition open to the public. Once over, the combination of projects will be brought together in a design collection with THE BOX brand which will represent both the research involved and the curatorial journey.
Order
, the first exhibition was opened on 13th September with the presentation of the collection of masks created by the French designer Philippe Tabet.
The theme was then developed through the
Disorder event (inaugurated on 29th November) which focused on productions by the designer Astrid Luglio, and which concluded with Chaos (scheduled inauguration on 31st January 2018) which focused on designs by the Mathery Studio creative duo of Erika Zorzi and Matteo Sangalli.
For more information visit the
www.theboxmilano.it site.

Photo by Claudia Zalla
Photo by Claudia Zalla
Ordine, Disordine e Caos
Inspiration by Mathery Studio
Ordine, Disordine e Caos
Inspiration by Mathery Studio
Cristina Bigliatti

Cristina Bigliatti

«Sono una persona profondamente superficiale» e «seguo sempre la cosa più facile, perché se è la più facile, allora è anche la migliore». Scrivo d'Arte contemporanea. Dici di non saperne nulla? «Non ti preoccupare, non c'è niente che riguarda l'arte che uno non possa capire». (Andy Warhol)

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