For its second year exhibiting at Milan Design Week’s Fuorisalone, Bvlgari takes over a 1000-square-metre space in the Indro Montanelli Public Gardens, displaying two installations that explore the connection between design, science and art.
The first installation set up in the spectacular Ulrico Hoepli Municipal Planetarium, features the work of the visionary Argentine artist Tomás Saraceno.
The second, located in the gardens surrounding the Planetarium, immerses visitors in the evolution of B.zero1, the iconic Bvlgari design that celebrates its twentieth anniversary this year.
The artist Tomás Saraceno and Bvlgari’s Creative Director Lucia Silvestri were present at the show’s first day.
From April 9 to April 14, Bvlgari is presenting a program of lectures and transversal conversations on science, art and design. The Auditorium within the Bvlgari installation is a living and socializing environment, where the dynamic spirit of Design Week converges through a series of events.