A Monument for Birds. – Materiality and form
Through the repetition of the archetypical representation of a house, we imagine a monument for birds. It is a composition of extruded double pitched house shapes placed in a grid. 49 pieces of marble are inserted in a wooden base. Marble (one of the oldest materials used in construction by humans) and wood (as a tree, the place where most birds build their nests) are the chosen materials.
Employing this material palette, we attempt to represent the capability of humans of changing the existing natural landscapes into manipulated structures.
Type: Exhibition. Product Design
Client: MIGRANT GARDEN
Location: Milan, Italy
Size: 25*25*25 cm
Team: Anna Kulik, Giorgio Badalacchi