Restart/Milano moves along the confines that have always existed with projects in which recuperation, reinterpretation, and reuse intermingle with the needs of the new paths of sustainability. These are everyday objects—a light, a table, a chair, a piece of furniture. An entire collection designed in the present that claims to be, right from the start, a part of what has always existed. Brass speaks with cement; rope rests on treated iron; wood is salvaged from pre-existing panels.
Plus, as always, the references: the titanic challenge with the family of clothing racks; conversations with photography on tabletops; direct Baroque quotations for the mirrors.
And also, bookshelves in which paper, books, objects, and memories find their own dialogue spaces with temporal, everyday rituals.