Creative MattersCreative Matters and Studio LOMA highlight our most precious resource with installation at Fuorisalone Milan Design Week

Creative Matters and Studio LOMA highlight our most precious resource with installation at Fuorisalone Milan Design Week

 Acclaimed custom floor coverings firm for many of the world’s most prestigious brands, Creative Matters will showcase the Redoux Passager art installation at Menu 1 during Fuorisalone Milan Design Week from April 15 – 21, 2024. Curated by Bodo Sperlein, Menu 1 is set to redefine Milan Design Week 2024. Held in the courtyard of the historic Sant’Angelo Monastery, Menu 1 will align with the theme ‘Materia Natura’, celebrating innovation, sustainability, and the fusion of nature and artistry.

 

Creative Matters’ Redoux Passager installation, first unveiled at Paris Design Week in September 2023 in partnership with Studio LOMA, is an immersive experience, highlighting water as the source of life.

 

Building off the success of the Paris Design Week 2022 Winter Garden installation, the Redoux Passager poetically continues the journey of water using a collection of sustainable materials such as silk, wool and wood. leading visitors through a calming oasis towards the Redoux Passager. The result is a haven of comfort, showcasing Creative Matters’ expertise with a unique collection of contemporary objects and tapestries. 

 

“We’re thrilled to share the Redoux Passager at Fuorisalone Design Week 2024 in Milan, continuing the enchanting journey of our installation at the globally renowned design week. Partnering with Studio LOMA, the Redoux Passager builds upon the immersive experience of our 2022 Winter Garden, accentuating water as the vital source of life,” says Ana Cunningham, managing partner at Creative Matters. “We invite visitors to explore the creativity and collaboration of our designers, highlighted throughout the Redoux Passager’s engaging exhibition.”

 

The installation embraces calm, encouraging visitors to enter, sit and feel, while considering the precious nature of water relating to climatic distress. The exhibit poses as a reflection on the question of sustainability and the management of this natural resource through the ages.

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