Future as seen from the prism of WonderGlass

Following a successful collaboration at the 2018 Salone del Mobile, WonderGlass and studiopluz has teamed up once again to present Kosmogonos — an exhibition that creates a world inspired by the wonders of the universe through the prism of glass. Running from May 23-June 23 as a part of the second edition of Design.Ve, which runs concurrently with the Biennale Architettura 2018 (Venice), Kosmogonos is a series of glass works inspired by deep space, and the emotions experienced while gazing at the night sky. Themes including gravity, utopia and geometry are explored through a range of works that incorporate the perfection of symmetry juxtaposed against the material inconsistency of glass. In addition, Horah, an installation of dancing lights designed by London-based Raw Edges, offers a convivial spectacle amidst the other exhibits. Housed within the iconic Venetian Church of Ospedaletto in association with Zuecca Projects, the exhibition is a must-visit to see how glass, sound and light are combined to create installations that question what the modern city will be like and how the universe can stimulate design.

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22 Sep, 2020
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21 Sep, 2020
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15 Sep, 2020
The exhibition will be part of the gallery’s Pause series