Author:
Domus
Published:
April 7, 2014
Categories:
Architecture

OràScappo / Taurus

Like always, before leaving, you slyly swept the dust under the carpet. You forgot about the dirty socks lying on the floor, the magazines that fell down behind the dresser over a month ago and just decided that you’d like to contribute to the rent. You, Taurus, apparently are so classy, clean and tidy at work but at home you are a walking disaster par excellence, and your two-room apartment (because I am sure that you have the second hidden away somewhere) looks more like a Jackson Pollock work rather than a painting of Piet Mondrian. For this reason, when you arrive in Milan, I suggest taking a look at the system of modular shelves, April, May, June, ​​by Gino Carollo for Bonaldo. Upon your return home from Salone del Mobile, these shelves will encourage you, as the name suggests, to organize, immediately and consistently, your home, life and photos of recent holidays to South Africa, at least until June. Don’t worry, you may re-start in July to carelessly knock your keys under the bedside table. We can’t assume that a simple horoscope will change your entire life. (translation by Stefania Quaini / Erin Russo)

The following astrological horoscopes  were born from a verbal confrontation between a self-proclaimed architect  and an uninsured city planner and are lacking any sound foundation.The following statements are an excuse to re-imagine the way in which we experience the Salone del Mobile 2014, and the surrounding area. All islands included and Chinese calendars permitting.