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lapala, at home with Mies

 

Openhouse Magazine transformed the iconic Mies van der Rohe Pavilion into a home from May 24th to 26th together with USM. During these three days, the pavilion was viewed as a house, where the public took part in the event by exploring and spending time in the space as if it was their home.

We dressed the iconic pavilion, together with Thonet, Carl Hansen, Frama, Artek, Lobster’s Day, Nanimarquina, Santa Cole, Marset, or Vibia, with outdoor chairs from Lapala collection conceived by Lievore Altherr Molina in 1998.

The public was able to sit down, read and spend time as if it were their own house where Openhouse was a host.

lapala, at home with Mies

 

Openhouse Magazine transformed the iconic Mies van der Rohe Pavilion into a home from May 24th to 26th together with USM. During these three days, the pavilion was viewed as a house, where the public took part in the event by exploring and spending time in the space as if it was their home.

We dressed the iconic pavilion, together with Thonet, Carl Hansen, Frama, Artek, Lobster’s Day, Nanimarquina, Santa Cole, Marset, or Vibia, with outdoor chairs from Lapala collection conceived by Lievore Altherr Molina in 1998.

The public was able to sit down, read and spend time as if it were their own house where Openhouse was a host.

lapala, at home with Mies

 

Openhouse Magazine transformed the iconic Mies van der Rohe Pavilion into a home from May 24th to 26th together with USM. During these three days, the pavilion was viewed as a house, where the public took part in the event by exploring and spending time in the space as if it was their home.

We dressed the iconic pavilion, together with Thonet, Carl Hansen, Frama, Artek, Lobster’s Day, Nanimarquina, Santa Cole, Marset, or Vibia, with outdoor chairs from Lapala collection conceived by Lievore Altherr Molina in 1998.

The public was able to sit down, read and spend time as if it were their own house where Openhouse was a host.

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