The exhibition produced by Interni for FuoriSalone 2019, was held from April 8 to 19 at the University of Milan. The theme of the event was inspired by the statement of the architect Oscar Niemeyer: "Life is more important than architecture." The focus of the project and design in general was the person, his needs and well-being.
Massimo Iosa Ghini' s installation is a path that modifies and amplifies space, interpreting its depth, dynamism and architectural proportions in relation to the human figure. It is a volume with a rectangular visual form that embodies a perspective itinerary with an entrance that is larger than the final portion. Ten meters in length, the structure uses the human body as its reference to create an initial non-finite effect, connected to time, distance and the desire to reach what seems to be unreachable.