Exhibitions+Events / Interzum 2017 /
ALPI presents its new wood collections designed by Kengo Kuma, The Campana Brothers and Piero Lissoni
The story of the expressive languages of the new ALPI 2017 wood collections, presented at FuoriSalone in Milano the past April, continues at Interzum defining an unique and original concept in which different atmospheres can coexist: evocative, warm and tactile in the reproductions of wood, innovative, visual and dynamic in the graphic designs.
The natural impressions and graphic patterns of the last collections by Piero Lissoni, Fratelli Campana and Kengo Kuma are the protagonist of a sophisticated set-up designed by Studio Lissoni, which brings out the appeal of the ALPI woods through a visual itinerary of great expressive impact.
ALPI continues its tradition in the creation of exclusive wood patterns through a fascinating and advanced production process, where pure innovation blends with meticulous tailor-made craftsmanship, enhancing the design freedom and aesthetic impact of a living material like wood.
A concrete example of this research is the new Legacy Collection, curated by Piero Lissoni and exhibited at Interzum, which contains lost woods like ebony, teak, wengé, rosewood and zebrawood, species that are threatened with extinction, whose use is therefore practically banned.
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