Bottega Veneta Presents On the Rocks | Milan Design Week

Partnering with Cassina and Foundation Le Corbusier

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Cassey Ayala

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Photographed by Pierre Debusschere.

Amongst famed streets of cobblestone sits Bottega Veneta’s latest installation, On the Rocks, an exhibition birthed at the hands of a partnership with both Cassina and Foundation Le Corbusier. Residing at Palazzo San Fedele within Milan and attentively innovated by founder Matthieu Blazy, the installation pays homage to the LC14 Tabouret Cabanon, a classic emblem to Le Corbusier architecture, flawlessly depicting the natural essence within Cassina carpentry. 

Embellished with versatility, sophistication, and square-shaped furnishings, the 3.66 x 3.66 meter space conveys the pinnacle of minimalist elegance, reflecting its origins of amid the story of Tabouret, as well as nodding to the seaside scene of Le Corbusier’s cabin in Roquebrune-Cap-Martin on the Côte d’Azur. The designs are presented in editions of four shades, all engulfed by the Intreccio foulard technique of Bottega Veneta amid exclusive layers of brushwork. 

On display April 16-20, On the Rocks gives its explorers a glimpse into Palazzo San Fedele, soon to become the new home of Bottega Venta in September of this year, destined to embrace its many cultural moments. 

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Bottega Veneta, On the Rocks, Cassina, Foundation Le Corbusier, Fashion