Lightmorphing. From sign to scenery by Migliore+Servetto Architects


Lightmorphing: light and space are on show on the occasion of the first Korean solo exhibition of the Italian firm Migliore+Servetto Architects on the 21th May in Seoul at Onground Gallery. The solo show by Migliore+Servetto Architects can be visited at the Onground Gallery until June 29th.

The exhibition has the patronage of the Embassy of Italy to the Republic of Korea and it is supported by the Italian Cultural Institute in Seoul and by the companies NOROO and i-Mesh. It aims to reflect Migliore+Servetto Studio’s design approach, with a particular focus on the outcome of its research into the relationship between light, structures and spaces in between.

“Lightmorphing” is a concept to site-specific, dynamic installations, which interact with both natural and artificial light, and through this light they are shaped, fused and amplified in the space in between. “The exhibition will focus on the richness and power of the relationship between space, lighting and structures, seen in its dynamic and changing dimension,” explain Ico Migliore and Mara Servetto, co-founders of the studio.

Visitors can thus explore this concept through different points of view, and in fact progressing within the gallery means discovering three main scenarios: one section dedicated to the original drawings of Ico Migliore, one dedicated to site-specific installations with i-Mesh material and another one hosting a video-installation and some special artworks. Source by Migliore+Servetto Architects and Photo Courtesy of 54words.

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