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Prandina | Sand, Fire and Air

Lighting Prandina | Sand, Fire and Air

“Glass is a living material, volatile and in many ways elusive. If it were a person, it would be an all-rounder, ingenious and brilliant but extremely cryptic at first glance. One that best expresses its full potential only when you know it to its core, after long discussions and continuous debates”.

For its thirtieth anniversary, PRANDINA presented Sand, Fire and Air, an installation telling the story of glass from its material origin: the sand. The glass grains states the exhibition fill-rouge, focusing the products design from its genesis through the whole manufacturing process.

Prandina | Sand, Fire and Air

Prandina | Sand, Fire and AirThe installation layout has a twofold meaning, emotional and narrative: it states the glass design as the main topic unveiling the secrets and peculiarities of the traditional and contemporary processing techniques.

Prandina | Sand, Fire and AirThis tale develops along a path meeting various experiences and experiments confirming, between past, present and future the Prandina strong and definitive connection to this material.

Location: The Triennale of Milan – Gallery of Architecture, Milano, Italy
Designer: Prandina |  Filippo Protasoni
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