The intense atmospheres of Brazil, her native land, and the exotic stones with vibrant colors of its rocky landscape, are sources of inspiration for the installation by architect Vivian Coser, in the Cortile d’Onore, promoted by Abirochas and Apex Brasil. The relations between man and nature are summed up in a configuration of organic forms marked by accentuated curves that interpret the traces and character of a specific environmental and cultural genius loci. The installation is like a lounge of great theatrical impact, inhabited by a set of coffee tables with tops in natural stone, stacked in a dynamic balance. The setting is surrounded by dense vegetation planted for the occasion which lights up during the evening hours thanks to a series of spotlights directed upward on the tops of the sculptural table-landscape. The tree represents a more explicit reference to nature that seeks a dialogue with contemporary man and stimulates him to shape his environment in pursuit of tranquility and wellbeing.


8 - 19th april

Università Degli Studi di Milano

Via Festa del Perdono, 7

Milan -Italy 


Fernando Faria