“For me, the outdoors means everything that is outside, external, or foreign,” Facchetti begins, “regardless of whether we’re talking about people, places, or identity. You only need to take half a step outside your front door to find yourself immersed within that context.”
Film fans around the world are preparing to immerse themselves in the magical and glamorous atmosphere of the Venice International Film Festival. This year the event will celebrate its 80th edition and Corradi is preparing to participate once again with its exclusive outdoor space: the “Corradi Cinema Lounge” set up at the Hotel Ausonia Hungaria on the Lido.
The third guest on “The Outdoor Voices” with Giorgio Tartaro is Max Adiansi, inventor of Architerror, the “bizarre architecture community that highlights the weaknesses and comical aspects of certain building works”.
Creating a cosy, well-maintained outdoor space is essential if you want to fully enjoy your surroundings without sacrificing comfort. Turning your outdoor space into an oasis of relaxation allows you to enjoy unforgettable moments in the open air, making every day an extraordinary experience. In this article we’ll briefly show you how to furnish your Pergotenda® or bioclimatic pergola to get the most out of your outdoor space.
"What makes a place necessarily happy, or happily necessary?" This is the question with which Tartaro begins his conversation with Laura, who is quick to point out that happiness is a purely personal concept: "everything and nothing can be necessary". She recalled how she felt full and rich with everything she needed even in extreme situations, such as being alone in the desert where air, adventure, light-heartedness and adrenaline were essential.
Alba is the Corradi bioclimatic that gives the outdoor environment a unique comfort. Its clean design is accentuated by the recently redesigned corner casing and allows it to adapt to traditional as well as modern or contemporary architectural styles.