Kengo Kuma presents “Breath/ng”_Milano Design Week
During the Milan Design Week, the 3D Experience Dassault Systèmes company collaborated with global thought leaders, including the archistar Kengo Kuma, to allow visitors to discover design and technology combine to develop solutions that can reduce problems that threaten the health of our planet.
"Breath / ng", a 6 m high spiral installation, consists of 120 origami panels, in theBreath® fabric, hand-folded and fixed by 46 joints printed in 3D.
Including 175 square meters, the installation could absorb pollutants of about 90,000 cars a year, according to a projection on real data.
Industries Join Art
During the Indart exhibition, which took place in September at the Villa Reale in Monza, twenty contemporary artists combined with ten Italian companies of excellence have transformed the raw materials made available to them by the project partners into twenty unpublished works of art.
"Vortice Bianco" and "Jardin des Plantes" are the works that Riccardo Gusmaroli and Aldo Damioli created using thePure canvas.
The breathe of nature
A late September dedicated to greenery, at the Green Week 2018, where also theBreath participates with the installation ‘TreeBute, a kind of Green’, born from an idea of the Strategic Advisor Antonella Ferrara and produced by Kīdu Creative Creators.
A scenographic project aimed at stimulating the perception of the signals launched by Nature.
An artistic journey that starts with the exhibition of a selection of extraordinary shots by the photographer, director and explorer Luca Bracali taken from his latest volume "The breath of Nature" (Silvana Editoriale).
Can a T-shirt save the world?
“Not one, but many yes” is the reply from Kloters, which has decided to use theBreath® fabric to create the first “breathing” T-shirt. RepAir is the new frontier in green fashion: anyone can contribute to improving the environment by just wearing an item of clothing.