Altered States by Caeserstone X Snarkitecture
We visited the Caesarstone X Snarkitecture installation Altered States at this years Milan Design Week with DI contributor and presenter Jim Biddulph.
Showcased at the faded grandeur of Palazzo dell’Ufficio Elettorale di Porta Romana, open to the public for the first time during Milan Design Week, the installation guides visitors through an immersive experience of a conceptual kitchen island. At the centre of the space, a large circular kitchen island, made of Caesarstone White Attica, explores the changing states of water – ice, liquid and steam – stations. Caesarstone surfaces are used in layers, referencing natural topography as a metaphor for nature.
The project is supported by Liran Wizman, owner and founder of Europe Hotels Private Collection, owner of the Palazzo dell’Ufficio Elettorale di Porta Romana. The Palazzo is being developed by Wizman in collaboration with Ian Schrager and Marriott Hotels into The Milan EDITION Hotel, designed by Piero Lissoni.
View all of Milan Design Week highlights here