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Daniel Arsham and Kohler’s ‘Divided Layers’ Installation

On display at Milan Design Week.

After the debut of the limited-edition Rock.01 sink, Daniel Arsham and Kohler have put together something exceptional. The two have aligned for an experiential art installation for Milan Design Week. The installation, entitled Divided Layers, took place in a square in Palazzo del Senato. The piece featured towering white panels with a portal-like entry that seemed to go forever.

Each panel references the construction of the 3D-printed Rock.01 sink. The cadence of the walls was created to resemble the rhythm of the columns in the Palazzo. The installation was entered via a narrow walkway surrounded by a pond that mirrored the shapes around it. Daniel Arsham spoke about the installation in a press release. He stated: “The flow of water is experienced in both negative and positive space, regardless of a form’s ‘function,’” adding, “In Divided Layers, visitors experience being within the sink, rather than a user of a functional piece.”

Take a closer look at Divided Layers in the images below and head over to the Studio Kohler website to find out more. In the meantime, keep it locked with The Culture Curators for more outstanding art installations and exhibits coming very soon.

Photos via Arsham Studio/Kohler

Written by Jesse James

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