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Fluid Gardens

Dooor commissioned Objects of Common Interest to design the installation for Alcova 2024.

Fluid Gardens embodies Dooor systems’ potential to transform and generate space.

 

 

 

Fluid Gardens

An infinite network of chromatic landscapes shapes fields that are enclosed by flexible, breathing borders blending into each other through color and motion. A series of spatial installations creates pathways and plazas, areas of movement and pause, populated with objects for resting, slowing down and exploring the senses. The textile walls open towards any direction, offering new passages and openings. Suggesting new interactions of color and people with the objects, with each other, with uncanny reflections.

Fluid Gardens
Fluid Gardens

Photographs by Piergiorgio Sorgetti and Matteo Bianchessi

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Fluid Gardens
Fluid Gardens

Dooor commissioned Objects of Common Interest to design the installation for Alcova 2024.

Fluid Gardens embodies Dooor systems’ potential to transform and generate space.

 

 

 

Fluid Gardens

An infinite network of chromatic landscapes shapes fields that are enclosed by flexible, breathing borders blending into each other through color and motion. A series of spatial installations creates pathways and plazas, areas of movement and pause, populated with objects for resting, slowing down and exploring the senses. The textile walls open towards any direction, offering new passages and openings. Suggesting new interactions of color and people with the objects, with each other, with uncanny reflections.

Fluid Gardens
Fluid Gardens

Photographs by Piergiorgio Sorgetti and Matteo Bianchessi