Industrial scenarios at Fondazione Kenta
A former yarn factory, the Fondazione Kenta in Milan is today home to contemporary art studios and galleries.
As a backdrop for the designs of Acerbis, the concrete-walled workshop with its soaring saw-tooth roof of glass sets a formidable industrial tone, highlighting the potential of each design in the Collection to imbue a space with a supreme modernity.
Among them, Roberto Monsani’s Life sofa and Menhir low tables by Giotto Stoppino and Lodovico Acerbis redefine the room as both contemporary and inviting, Marco Acerbis’ Pond coffee tables with their shiny surfaces infuse the room with colour, while the Grand Buffet, Ludwig and Ghostwriter sideboards surprise by revealing their spacious interiors.
In any environment, from a historical home to a contemporary loft, each Acerbis design functions as a singular voice that expands and enriches the visual conversation of a space.
The Collection Catalogue brings together in one story the dual soul of Acerbis: the iconic spirit of the Remasters collection with the contemporary spirit of the more recent designs.