This book of brilliant colors and striking images takes us on an extraordinary journey through absolutely ordinary, everyday environments.
‘Emotional architecture’ is what Teresa Sapey herself says lies behind her projects. Pure emotions, aroused through color, unusual dimensions and spaces, achieving results which do not aim to be merely functional and esthetic. Color and exuberance also infiltrate her books: after Sapore Sapey, a quite unique recipe book, halfway between cuisine and design), the second stage in the world of this architect is Sapone Sapey: a book of five chapters describing five different recipes for using soap, from large things (such as planes) to the things we use habitually in daily life. And there are plenty of bubbles, surely the most magical and interesting form of abstract art, between the soap recipes.