Designed by: Andrea Palmioli
Design Trust Affiliation: Design Trust Seed Grantee
In the time of a pandemic, Andrea Palmioli’s ‘The Domestic Monument of Human Renaissance’ affirms the ceremonial and behavioural role of design, configuring the significance of the relations between man, space, and objects at a micro-urbanistic level.
From a functional perspective, it performs the role of a facial-mask holder, aiming to postulate the indissociable bond between the user and its objects. The symbolic narrative of the monument is enacted by three elements: the face mask as a referential interface between the outdoor and indoor, the human as an absent presence, and the home—in this context conceived as the supreme habitat and ultimate existential ambition.
Image Credit: Andrea Palmioli
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