Located within a stunning Neoclassical palazzo in Milan, this epic Caesarstone swing set infuses the space with an unrivaled sense of play. The immersive installation was created by British designer Philippe Malouin for 2015 Milan Design Week.
Created as a means of showcasing the varying color properties of Caesarstone, an earlier incarnation of the swing set was presented by Malouin at Toronto's Interior Design Show in January 2015. Each of the seats of the Caesarstone swing set is an example of the differing color properties of the solid material.
This epic installation, contained within Milan's Palazzo Serbelloni, and its intriguing form is contrasted by the Neoclassical architecture of the space, making it a truly unique experience for patrons.
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