A Milanese interior, between memory and avant-garde

18 July 2020

A Milanese interior, between memory and avant-garde

A Milanese interior, between memory and avant-garde

Date: 18 july 2020

In this article we anticipate some themes of a particular restructuring that Kino Workshop is directing in Milan, in via Pascoli, 2: a very central area, where the urban fabric is still characterized by construction elements typical of rationalist construction / architecture.
For example, off-track heating pipes are still an element of strong identity, if we think that this ingenious idea, in addition to constituting a recognizable element, is also functional, given that the “bare” pipes themselves act as active radiators. But also the traditional radiant elements, with their shape, are “icons” of an “old Italian style”.
According to Kino Workshop “recovery means respect for memory” and with this philosophy the studio has chosen to preserve all the radiant elements, leaving their original position and structure intact within a project where you can breathe pure avant-garde at the same time .
Resin, natural essences, wireless home automation (by Vitrum), lighting, sustainable recovery with triple-glazed Schuco fixtures and very low thickness Aerogel thermal coat, are instead the innovative themes of the project, in which tradition, memory and avant-garde fit perfectly into a game called “architecture”.

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