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COS x Snarkitecture

The COS brand was happy to be back in Milan at the Salone del Mobile, from 14 to 19 April, with a facility designed with Daniel Arsham and Alex Mustonen of Snarkitecture. Inspired by the lightness and brightness of the Spring-Summer 2015 COS, Arsham Mustonen and transformed the Spazio Erbe in a translucent...
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The COS brand was happy to be back in Milan at the Salone del Mobile, from 14 to 19 April, with a facility designed with Daniel Arsham and Alex Mustonen of Snarkitecture. Inspired by the lightness and brightness of the Spring-Summer 2015 COS, Arsham Mustonen and transformed the Spazio Erbe in a translucent cave where visitors could submerge. The installation consisted of thousands of white bands hanging from the ceiling to the floor.

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“The installation has transformed the space. Evoking relaxation and tranquility, it has created a comfortable place where visitors want to linger.” – Martin Andersson, Director of Man Collections.

It’s time to explore the COS x Snarkitecture installation in a film by Andrew Telling:

Opened from 14 to 19 April, in the artistic Brera district, this collaboration marked the debut of Snarkitecture in Milan during the famous fair. And here is another good news because Snarkitecture will be a part of our TLmag Americas-featured 23 Contemporary American Architecture round-up.

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