Palazzo Litta was the fortunate building to receive this amazing installation from the innovative architecture studio, Pezo Von Ellrichshausen. This was a structure related to its historic context, that was prepared to be unveiled on Milan Design Week 2019.
The top part of this pavilion sits on the concept of an inverted pyramid, that reflects symmetrically in every direction. This mirrored pavilion project is inspired by a solitary nymph, according to the chilean studio, Pezo Von Ellrichshausen. It shares an absolutely wonderful landscape, that is amazing in this area setting.
The facades of this mirrored pavilion on Palazzo Litta, reflect this same building in the most beautiful manner, as well as the stone pavement, colonnades, and corridor. This specific project is from the ‘the litta variations’, a show at Palazzo Litta. This show is behind the Mosca Partners, and showcases over 20 exhibitors from around the world.
During Milan Design Week 2019, Palazzo Litta was definitely one of the things that created more impact. Its incredible features, stunning and innovative characteristics, are completely breathtaking, and the pictures are just a taste of the real thing!
There’s something about the combination between the historical context of Palazzo Litta and its modern approach from the chilean studio Pezo Von Ellrichshausen, that makes this installation absolutely magical. This mirrored pavilion is on the least memorable, and they made sure it was viewed that way.
Credits by: designboom
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