Our ContinuumFloor was selected for Sala della Passione by Studio Piva. The innovative project, curated by the architect Marco Piva and his entourage, was made more precious by the 3D effect of the wood, in three colours that varied from white to grey.
ContinuumFloor: flooring becomes wainscoting (boiserie)
ContinuumFloor is the flooring that continues on walls, following its furnishing and design functions vertically. The three new colours, which were presented exclusively at the Pinacoteca di Brera (Brera Art Gallery), gave life to a union between the luxury of furnishings, jewels and clothes. Parquet becomes a silent object, but of vital personal wellbeing, that offers comfort and enriches rooms.
Its shapes and colours covered not just the floor, but also a six-metre high wall with continuity, allowing the parquet to mingle with the wainscoting. The wall completes the floor, the floor completes the wall: this is the visual effect that was selected to create a space dedicated to the magnificence of luxury in the Sala della Passione at the Pinacoteca di Brera.
White luxury by Studio Piva at the Pinacoteca di Brera
White Luxury is the concept that Studio Piva created to re-interpret the theme “White In The City” curated by Giulio Cappellini for Fuori Salone Milan 2017. The three-dimensional effect of ContinuumFloor contributed to creating a space that hosted furnishings, jewels, clothes and accessories.
Thanks to its original design and an environmentally sustainable message, ContinuumFloor by Corà merged beautifully with the marble settings, which looked to be as light as paper in the wind, the exhibitors of objects and products of splendour, and the pedestals, all of which highlight the excellence of luxury.
By meeting the current request to be surrounded by natural materials, wood became a prestigious material to be proud about, managing to stand out and illuminate Studio Piva’s design. Have you visited this magnificent setting? If not, take a look at L’ALBUM FOTOGRAFICO SU FACEBOOK! (the photo album on Facebook!)