installation, outdoor spaces design, interior design, communication, graphic design
area and wall claddind
20 sqm (interiors), 68 sqm (wall cladding)
Municipality of Borghi
Fethi Atakol, Elisa Burnazzi
Elisa Burnazzi, Mattia Micheletti
studio archives, Carlo Baroni
Galilearte eco-exhibit: give one more chance to the waste (and us too)
Temporary set-ups and urban furniture made with recycled materials make us think about the use of resources and the role that each of us has in preserving the planet for the future and the next generations. Our design wanted to match the municipality dreams: environmental and social sustainability achieved involving citizens, families and young people from a rehab center. Reuse waste materials means to get back on your feet and give yourself a new chance.
Galilearte eco-exhibit: a dream to realize
The administration of the Municipality of Borghi (FC) decided to organize a special event to make people aware of the importance to find a balance between available resources and our consumer society and able to touch people’s feelings. The event was called “Galilearte ’06, progetti di futuro sostenibile” (Galilearte ’06, projects for a sustainable future).
Galilearte eco-exhibit: our project between installation, outdoor spaces design, interior design, communication, graphic design and construction
The exhibit’s logo was printed on totems, advertising banners and invitation cards: it shows different objects, by shape and material, placed one on top of the other in a perfect balance.
Installations and urban furniture acted as a scenic background for official dinners, readings and musical performances. Large luminous and colorful installations were placed outside, in historical and charming places: in Borghi main square, four circular lamps (Luminous Drops); on the city walls and at the exhibition’s entrance two linear installations (Liquid Walls); on San Giovanni of Galilea medieval fortress, four cubes (Water Fortress).
We recycled objects and materials found in the area and destined to the city dump,. The light installations were built using water tanks and wooden pallets. Chairs and tables gave new life and value to old car tires and scrap wood. Almost 800 water tanks and 30 pallets were reused.In order to realize this project, we were helped by some young people living in a rehab community.