During Design Week, Milan was filled with installations and design works, the historic buildings opened their doors to international designers and the city has completely changed its appearance. One of the most surprising installations is signed by Alex Chinneck, an English artist that we already know very well and that we talked about here, who brought to the city of Milan his famous giant hinges with which stripped the facades of the buildings.
So, walking down Via Tortona, at some point you will come across an old building with half of the facade bent over itself, revealing a blue light. Alex’s work does not end with the outside, because even inside the walls and floors open with huge hinges, revealing colorful lights.
The installation was created in collaboration with Iqos and plays with the perception of the spectators, overcoming the limits of what is possible.