The creative mind of Enzo Berti has reached “where eagles dare” to honor two milestones of cinema (the Venice Festival was coming to an end nearby, precisely on that day), and has created a unique collection of décor objects. Its name is Aurora and Kreoo becomes the witness of an unexpected marriage, whose natural progeny is light.
In the midst of an iteration of the Architecture Biennale that will probably not go down in history, this cameo of decoration goes beyond experience, just as its title implies. Two worlds – marble and glass – that have never come together before in quite this way. Light springs precisely from the point of contact of these two materials, creating a delicate effect that gradually shifts with the arrival of darkness. Finally immersed in night, especially for the ground version, it triggers its final effect, the most powerful and refined of all.
An object – Aurora – for which no definitions are needed. It is not a lamp in the traditional sense of the term, but a complement for lovers of the history of glass and marble, for people who do not want just an object, but also a subject that tells a story.
Aurora, in its particular essence, harmoniously matches the path of growth of Kreoo, the brand of Decormarmi which the Farinon family is guiding with care in the intense world of products connected with solid surfaces, a world where nature and chemistry face off at a distance. Luckily, in this case we are not only talking about performance, but also something more: beyond experience.