This Installation by Studiopepe Cofounders References Ancient Civilizations
Arianna Lelli Mami and Chiara Di Pinto, cofounders of Studiopepe, may be young and Italian, yet the stunning sculptural products emanating from their Milan studio have a classical quality suggesting both ancient civilizations and the venerated works of such 20th-century maestri as Constantin Brâncuşi, Isamu Noguchi, and Le Corbusier. All stem from the duo’s ongoing research in anthropology. For Milan Design Week, they collaborated with Galerie Philia to present “Temenos,” a 2,400-square-foot installation named after the word for sanctuary in ancient Greek held in the vacant 1950’s Necchi factory, in the Baranzate district 20 minutes from Milan’s center. Its handmade pieces, named for the nine archetypes of Egyptian cosmogony—like Temu and Isi—include vases, a console, mirror, lamp, and thronelike chairs with backrests of charred wood. studiopepe.info
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