carnovsky: zigzagging installation for missoni carnovsky: zigzagging installation for missoni
may 04, 2013

carnovsky: zigzagging installation for missoni

carnovsky’s RGB experimentation goes missoniall images by jacopo farina and marco proserpio, courtesy of misson




apart from their ‘RGB fabulous landscapes’ presented during milan design week 2013 (see designboom’s coverage of the exhibition here), carnovsky was commissioned to create a site specific installation for missoni featured within the italian company’s milan showroom. appropriately called ‘zigzagging’, which speaks of missoni’s classic stripes and geometric motifs, the piece followed in the same vein of the milan-based studio’s previous works, this time using the fashion house’s fantastical patterns as their image sourcein which to apply their RGB experimentation.



general view of the missoni showroom in milan taken over by RGB light



the space changing under different colors of light






missoni rugs that were hung from the ceiling exhibiting changing floral patterns under the light




installing ‘zigzagging’ at the missoni showroom in milanvideo courtesy of missoniofficialvideo edited by jacopo farina and marco proserpio, courtesy of missoni



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