The future in the Making: the party

On April 17, Domus and Audi opened the doors of 17th century Palazzo Clerici during the Fuorisalone 2012.

 

News / Delfino Sisto Legnani

Welcomed by Palazzo Clerici's monumental courtyard, party guests were immediately immersed in a suspended dimension among triumphant Baroque ceiling frescos, theatrical spaces, massive Dutch robots and 3D printers by Vectorealism and FabLab Torino.
Walking through the various rooms on the ground and first floors to the electronic sounds of DJs Yasmina Dexter and Misty Rabbit, visitors progressed through great halls where crystal and silver were juxtaposed with parametric tapas by the Spanish collective GGlab. Self-design materialized in the award-winning chairs by Dirk Vander Kooij, in reissues of Mari's Autoprogettazione wood furniture, and in a room dedicated to Kickstarter where youthful dreams took shape.

The almost surreal atmosphere mesmerized and captivated guests, which included young newcomers, designers and internationally renown critics.