terzo piano explores the aesthetic of neo-primitive design through mood boards and concepts

terzo piano explores the aesthetic of neo-primitive design through mood boards and concepts

image-production studio terzo piano claims that the primordial aesthetic is not only a prominent theme in design, but fashion and art as well. as an attestation to this statement, the designers at terzo piano investigate neo-primitive set designs and concepts, ‘back to our roots, and back to our earth’. the ‘unnecessary’ is removed from the sets, in favor of a raw and instinctive basic approach.



textile ceiling panels and natural elements — such as sand, coal and rocks -– contribute to the overall aesthetic, giving dynamism and a chromatic balance to terzo piano‘s compositions. design objects, with simple volumes and primitive material, are melting with natural earth materials, by creating compositions that remind primordial mystical rituals. a language full of archetypes and totemic symbols bring back us to an ancestral dimension, where senses and perceptions reconnect us to the essence of the human nature.



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