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Snarkitecture x COS Salone del Mobile Installation

COS has commissioned an installation by Daniel Arsham and Alex Mustnen of Snarkitecture at Milan’s

COS has commissioned an installation by Daniel Arsham and Alex Mustnen of Snarkitecture at Milan’s Salone del Mobile, inspired by the brand’s spring/summer collection. The collection features technical lightness and luminescence, which is reflected in the installation through an immersive translucent cave. The entire structure is constructed by thousands of strips of layered fabrics hanging from the ceiling to the floor. The installation is open between April 14 to 19, located in the art district of Brera. Check out renderings above, and make sure to drop by the stunning installation if you’re in the city.

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