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Caesarstone presents Movements by Philippe Malouin


Caesarstone will unveil their latest installation at Milan’s Fuori Salone 2015. Movements, an interactive installation by London-based designer Philippe Malouin, will be on view at the grand palace Palazzo Serbelloni, from the 14th – 18th of April. 

Movements is a two part installation which examines the unexpected use of Caesarstone® surface material and process-based design; experimenting with the inherent characteristics unique to the material and exploring the distinctive designs and textures in the Caesarstone® collection.

The Palazzo’s grand hall will house an interactive installation made out of an 8-piece swing-set created from the new 2015 surface designs. The installation juxtaposes the splendour of Palazzo Serbelloni with a minimalist, monolithic language investigated by the designer. Typically associated with carefree, childish activity, the swings are here removed from their original playground surroundings and relocated to a historical environment and context.

The swings bring an out-of-context element into play and invite visitors to interact with the material and the installation. The adjacent room hosts a handmade group of planters that documents Philippe Malouin’s process of experimentation with Caesarstone’s surface material and technique.

Modern and geometric in their design, the collection explores a very different range of techniques, such as traditional inlay and marquetry, as well as the material’s versatility and the wide variety of colours in the Caesarstone® collection, including the new 2015 colour designs.