Luca Guadagnino Pulls Back the Curtain on His Interiors Studio

He arranged the set up as a established of two opposing residing rooms. “It’s an notion the studio would like to press,” he suggests, “which is that the the dwelling home is [no longer] agent of the modern day household—but you could go back again to it, to that tactic to your room in lifetime.” Eye-catching sconces in glass and steel illuminate his brilliant concept of returning to refined domesticity. “We’re incredibly happy to have ultimately arrived at the catalog of FontanaArte with just one of our projects,” he claims of the legendary Italian firm that collaborated with him on the production of the sconces. Guadagnino enlisted one more famous studio, Spazio RT, for the boiserie that runs by means of just about every vignette. In opposition to the bright fire, the boiserie can take form in palm wood versus the far more muted stone iteration, paneling is made from a heat oak. “Conceptually, the spaces are the similar,” he claims. “But then the aspects modify.”

The wooden paneling in the opposing dwelling rooms was created by Spazio RT.

Photo: Giulio Ghirardi

A see of the exhibition.

Picture: Giulio Ghirardi

The muse for the “Accanto al Fuoco/By the Fire” exhibition is none other than the enigmatic Italian architect Carlo Scarpa, a figure Guadagnino admires for his “profound knowledge of components and the way these products intertwine.” It’s certain to be a need to-see for the crowds bustling through Salone. “It’s a 21st-century presentation,” he says, “but rooted pretty deeply in what is manufactured by us for the now in the foreseeable future.”