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NARDI: Labyrinth Garden by Raffaello Galiotto

NARDI: Labyrinth Garden by Raffaello Galiotto - Gabriella Ruggieri & partners
Labyrinth Garden is an engaging multicursal path extending 625 square metres in the 18th-century courtyard of the University of Milan. It features Sipario, an outdoor modular partition wall system in 100% recyclable regenerated plastic. At the end of the event, all products have been reused and the plants have been donated to the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Milan – Lodi Campus, for an urban redevelopment project 

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TIMBERLAND “Floating Forest” by Stefano Boeri interiors

TIMBERLAND “Floating Forest” by Stefano Boeri interiors - Gabriella Ruggieri & partners
TIMBERLAND “Floating Forest” by Stefano Boeri interiors 

The installation’s goal is not only to convey new forms of environmental responsibility and new ways of occupying and transforming urbanized spaces, but to offer a place of intersection and reconciliation between the natural sphere and human beings. 


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RAFTIDEDA art - #SaturdayRecycling

RAFTIDEDA art - #SaturdayRecycling - Gabriella Ruggieri & partners
This time we will talk about RAFTIDEDA: two brothers, Tiziano and Davide Illiano who create lamps, vases, candle holders and furnishing accessories, using poor and recycled materials, such as earthenware, plaster, stones, hemp ropes or small pieces of wood or driftwood.

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CINGOMMA belts, bags and furnishing #SaturdayRecycling

CINGOMMA belts, bags and furnishing #SaturdayRecycling - Gabriella Ruggieri & partners

This time we will talk about CINGOMMA, belts, backpacks, accessories and also furnishing accessories, created by recycled tires and inner tubes.

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#SaturdayRecycling RANDITAN by Randi Tannenbaum

#SaturdayRecycling RANDITAN by Randi Tannenbaum - Gabriella Ruggieri & partners


RANDITAN
by Randi Tannenbaum

Can excellence be accorded with environmental friendliness? Luxury and green-thinking? It is, indeed, possible. What could be more exclusive than something that, as well as being fabulous and unique, respects the environment throughout its manufacturing processes?


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