Living Divani @ laFeltrinelli per il progetto Interno D.200
The project Interno D.200, curated by the architect Victor Vasilev, inside the spaces of laFeltrinelli in Piazza Piemonte, pays homage to the writer Fëdor Dostoevskji, on the 200th anniversary of his birth, offering the public an experience that combines architecture, design and literature. The architect has recreated a setting by imagining the ideal space for an avid reader: a domestic reading room, must for very long decades in every living environment, which unfortunately seems almost decayed, to leave space for solutions oriented to the new logic of the 'digital' relaxation. Interno D.200 therefore represents an ideal reading place featuring two large, comfortable and reassuring Chauffeuse armchairs flanked by the Off Cut bookcase that combines an essential wooden structure with light glass shelves. The setting is completed by a series of black coffee tables with different shapes and is defined by a large Misore carpet belonging to the Kumo collection. A small red Rabbit & the Tortoise coffee table breaks the monochrome to recall the color that symbolizes the identity of laFeltrinelli.